Brand-new. Innovative. Express Technology. Power Analyzer DEWE3-PA8

The highspeed Power Analyzer PA8 of the DEWE3-Series is the brand-new Power Analyzer from DEWETRON. The DEWE3-PA8 offers up to 16 power channels united in a single chassis. Moreover, polyphase motors from 1 to 9 phases turn the DEWE3-PA8 into a Multi Power Analyzer. It is the solution for integration into testbed environments and automation systems, while also guaranteeing reliable data transmission, easy-to-use remote control and remote configuration through TCP/IP based protocols. These protocols follow standardized protocols (e.g. ASAM) and file formats.DEWE3-PA8

What is the innovation behind it?
First, the PXI Express Bus Technology ensures highspeed throughput for future challenges. Second, 10 MS/s/ch sampling rate guarantees high-resolution raw data and data integrity. Third, it has a single-range technology, which enables measuring from 10 V to 1000 V without measuring range changeover. But the DEWE3-PA8 provides a lot of such advantages.

What are your individual benefits?
Presently, everyone would like to save time and costs. The “made-in-Austria” DEWE3-PA8 makes it possible: Gapless raw data, only one system for all measurements, easy configuration with DEWETRON’s innovative OXYGEN Measurement Software, as well as the integrated redundant supply for current transducers meaning lower costs for configuration, operation and licenses. The user-friendly 11.6” touch-screen-display makes the brand-new Power Analyzer complete.


DEWE3-PA8 key facts:

  • Multi power, up to 16 power channels
  • Polyphase, 1 to 9 phases per power system
  • 10 MS/s, 18-bit ADC
  • PXI Express Bus Technology
  • Lowest influence of Power Factor: 1% @ PF = 0.01
  • Measurement range 1000 V / 20 A (crest factor 2)
  • 11.6″ multi-touch screen
  • Mixed signal inputs (low voltage, digital, RPM, …)
  • Continuous waveform recording
  • Integrated redundant power supply for 8 CT’s

DEWETRON GmbH will exhibit at the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo Europe on Stand 363.