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POWER ANALYZER 3390
Power measuring instruments
Measure the Secondary Side of Inverters
with the Latest Technology
PA
Maximum accuracy of ±0.16% achieved with
current sensors!
❏ Directly measure the primary and secondary sides of inverters
❏ Advanced motor analysis functions
❏ DC, 0.5 Hz to 5 kHz (frequency response: DC, 0.5 Hz to 150 kHz)
measurement range
❏ Sample and save waveforms at high speeds of 500 kS/s
❏ Measure inverter noise
❏ Powerful yet portable to cover a wide range of applications from bench
to on-vehicle measurements
New Current Sensors!
AC/DC CURRENT SENSOR
CT6862 , CT6863
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Current Sensor Method Surpasses the Accuracy of Direct Connection Method
Power Analyzer 3390
Portable design incorporates new-generation measurement technologies
Demand for high-accuracy, wide-band, high-speed data processing with safe and simultaneous measurement over several
channels is fully met with a single unit – improving efficiency for applications to evaluate new energies, inverters and motors
3390 Power Analyzer – Your Best Partner in an Era of New Energies
■ Features
◆ Newly developed Power Analyzing Control Engine Technology processes all measurement data at
high speeds and with excellent accuracy
◆ Maximum accuracy of ±0.16% (when combined with the AC/DC Current Sensor 9709)
◆ Primary and secondary sides of inverters can be measured simultaneously, while also measuring
inverter noise
◆ Wide variety of motor evaluation and analysis functions on-board
◆ Easy-to-read, crystal-clear, multi-colored data display on a 9” WVGA color screen
1 4-channel isolated input and current sensor method
• Choose wiring from single-phase two-wire to three-phase four-wire
• Measure the primary and secondary sides of inverters simultaneously
• Synchronize the measurements of multiple 3390s
3 All data updated at 50ms*
• Rapid processing achieved with the HIOKI proprietary Power Analyzing Control Engine Technology
• 50ms data refresh rate for all measurements unaffected by settings restraints
• Synchronize the measurements of multiple 3390s
Automatic update rate eliminates the need of switching for low-frequency measurements
(50ms data refresh rate does not apply to waveform and noise analysis)
2 Basic accuracy of Model 3390: ±0.1%
Basic measurement range: DC, 0.5 Hz to 5 kHz
(Frequency bandwidth: DC, 0.5 Hz to 150 kHz)
Effective input range: 1% to 110%
• High accuracy, wide band, and wide dynamic range
• Also measure the secondary side of DC inverters in conjunction with a
variety of HIOKI current sensors
4 Multiple interfaces
• LAN and USB communication (with free dedicated software)
• Automatically save interval measurement data to a CF card
(When saving manually, measured data and waveform data can be saved directly to
the CF card and USB memory)
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5 Simple and safe measurements using a variety of HIOKI current sensors
6 Ideal for Motor Evaluation and Analysis
7 HTTP server function available with free dedicated PC software
8 Waveform Output and 16 Channel D/A output
• Choice of sensors include easy-to-measure AC and AC/DC clamp-on
sensors and feed-through current sensors for high-accuracy measurements
• Current sensor design allows for safe and efficient testing
• Immune to in-phase noise effects when measuring inverters
• HTTP server function through web browser allows easy remote operation
• Free dedicated PC application can be downloaded from the HIOKI website
Collect data and operate the 3390 remotely by connecting it to a PC via
LAN or USB
• Use of the MOTOR TESTING OPTION 9791 (or 9793) allows torque
meter output and rotation input, and facilitates motor power measurement
• Use the D/A OUTPUT OPTION 9792 to update data every 50ms and
output up to 16 items in analog format
• Also output the voltage and current
waveforms for each channel
(using 1 to 8 channels)
Measured waveform at 60 Hz
(Waveforms are output at 500 kS/s and sinusoidal
waveforms can be represented accurately at up to
20 kHz)
Waveform output
D/A output waveform
9 Multiple 3390 units can be linked for synchronized operation
• Connect up to four 3390s and synchronize their clocks and measurement
timing for multiple-channel measurements (using the SYNC terminal and
Connection Cable 9683)
• Use dedicated application software to conduct synchronized operations
for up to 4 units and obtain all the measurement data
11 Connect an External Printer or Thermometer
10 Perfectly sized for Portability and System Installation
• Compact and lightweight
Ideal for field measurements
• Designed for rack mounts
• Print measurements on site by connecting the Printer 9670 (option)
• Data from temperature measurements taken with an external
thermometer aids in motor evaluation
Connecting the 3440 SeriesTemperature HiTESTER (via the RS-232C interface) also
allows temperature data to be collected simultaneously
3440 Series
9670
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Extra-Large Screen Expands Possibilities
Capture measured data and waveforms at a glance utilizing a variety of display options
(The 9” color LCD can display up to 32 data parameters)
(Actual size of display showing 32 measured items)
All measurements start with just a connection
Display just the required data in an easy-to-read graphic interface on the Select and Display screen
Wiring check function prevents connection errors
Screen displaying 32, 16, 8, or 4 items
Display connection and vector diagrams on the Connection Check screen
Improve efficiency and reliability while saving time in wiring even for three-phase measurements
Display items can be set individually for each selected screen
Data can be read quickly and easily by just switching between the screens
Check Vector Direction
Intuitive Interface
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All data is processed in parallel simultaneously. A wealth of data analysis functions all built-in and ready to use.
Add the MOTOR TESTING OPTION 9791 (9793) to get extra functionality, and just switch between the screens to check all data.
1. RMS and MEAN values, and AC, DC, and fundamental waveform components can be measured and displayed simultaneously
2. Waveform display: Inverter waveforms can be observed at a high speed of 500 kS/s
3. Harmonic analysis: Up to 100th order
4. Inverter noise analysis: 100 kHz (FFT analysis)
5. X-Y graph function: For multifaceted analysis
Analyze harmonics up to the 100th order
Clean waveform display at high speeds of 500 kS/s!
Ideal for analysis of inverters (List & Graph)
Primary and secondary waveforms of inverters can also be displayed clearly
Noise analysis at 100 kHz
Y-axis 2-item display of the X-Y graph enables a variety of applications
Ideal for frequency analysis of inverter noise (FFT analysis)
Power and torque display makes it easy to understand the motor I/O characteristics
Efficiency display important for inverter evaluation
Real-time display of motor I/O characteristics
Simultaneously display efficiency and power loss
Simultaneously display torque, rotation, output, and slip
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Measure the primary and secondary sides of inverters
(Performance evaluation of motors and inverters)
Accurately and easily measure the power of inverters and motors for a wide range of measurements, from research and development to field tests
Advantages
1. Isolated input of voltage and current lets you measure the power on the primary and secondary sides of inverters simultaneously.
2. Using a non-invasive current sensor makes the connection simple and easy. A vector diagram display ensures connections are checked.
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3. Accurately measure the Fundamental wave voltage and current values related to the motor axis output with confidence
4. All data is measured simultaneously and updated every 50 ms.
5. In addition to the harmonic analysis required to evaluate the inverter control, noise components can also be measured at the same time - ideal for
determining the leakage of inverter noise
6. Use of a current sensor reduces the effect of in-phase noise from inverters when measuring the power
Inverter
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To ensure accurate measurements:
• Understand the connections and input states while looking at the connection diagram screen
Checking unsure connections allows you to perform measurements without worry
Three-phase
three-wire
Motor
Measurement parameters
Voltage, current, power, power factor, ±electrical
energy, harmonic analysis, noise measurement,
frequency
Measure the primary side of inverters Measure the secondary side of inverters
(Using channels 1, 2, and 3)
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(Using channels 1, 2, and 3)
PC measurements and multiple-unit synchronized measurements
• Dedicated application software allows you to perform PC measurements
right out of the box
LAN and USB compabitility facilitates efficient data collection and remote
operation. Bundled application software allows you to control up to 4 units.
Interval measurement with LAN or USB connection
• Acquire all data even when multi-unit measurements are performed
Two units can be connected using the CONNECTION CABLE 9683 (option) to
synchronize the internal clocks and control signals.
Interval measurements with the two units allow the acquisition of perfectly synchronized data,
making it easy to collect completely harmonized data with a CF card without using a PC.
CONNECTION CABLE 9683
Inverter
PC
Three-phase power supply
Motor
CF card
■ What's so special about inverter motors?
Inverter motors are indispensable as the power source of industrial equipment
The rotation of an induction motor depends on the input frequency, so if this input
frequency can be made variable, the rotation can be controlled freely. Development
of a frequency conversion technology called an inverter has made it possible to
freely control the rotation of motors.
In recent years, the mainstream inverter control method is the PWM (Pulse-width
Modulation) method.
Interval measurement enables the
acquisition of perfectly synchronized data
CF card
● Conventional measurement method
Traditional methods use the average rectified RMS indication (Mean) in order to obtain
a component value close to the fundamental wave frequency from a pseudo sinusoidal
waveform (fundamental wave + carrier wave) to be input. To measure an accurate fundamental
component, frequency analysis was required; however, the conventional processing method
was not practical because it could barely perform real-time measurements with FFT as a result
of the limited computing power.
Mean value
● What is the PWM method?
A pseudo sinusoidal waveform (fundamental wave) is comprised of a pulse train
called a carrier frequency (at about several kHz to 15 kHz) as the fundamental wave
frequency that determines the rotation of a motor.
● Performance evaluation and electrical measurement of motor
The axis output of a motor is closely related to the fundamental wave frequency
to be input, so an accurate measurement of this fundamental wave component is
required to evaluate the input characteristics.
Full-wave rectification
PWM waveform
Mean-value processing & coefficient processing
Mean value (average rectified RMS indication value)*
* Method to measure RMS values at a single frequency
● The 3390 is capable of measuring the fundamental wave component accurately
The 3390 performs this frequency analysis using high-speed harmonic computation
processing at an interval of 50 ms and displays the true fundamental wave
component.
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3 To make the best of inverter motor measurements:
• Parameters critical to the measurement of motor inputs (outputs on the secondary side of inverters) can be measured and displayed simultaneously.
Display item
rms value
mn value
fnd value
thd value
unb value
±pk value
dc value
ac value
f value
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Measurement details
RMS value of fundamental wave + carrier wave components
RMS value (mean value) close to the fundamental wave component
True fundamental wave component
Displays the distortion factor of measured waveform
Displays the balance between phases
Maximum positive/negative values of waveform that is being measured
Displays a DC component harmful to the motor
RMS value obtained by removing the DC component from the RMS value
Frequency of each phase
Clearly display efficiency and loss of inverters
• Efficiency and loss measurement function built-in
The operating efficiency and power loss of an inverter can be displayed when
measuring the inputs and outputs of the inverter simultaneously.
5 X-Y graph display lets you check the dynamic aracteristics
of inverters
• X-Y graph display function built-in (X-axis: 1 item, Y-axis: 2 items)
By simply specifying the voltage for the X-axis and the power consumption and efficiency
for the Y-axis, you can display the dynamic characteristics of a motor in real time.
6 Harmonic measurement indispensable for inverter evaluation
• 4-channel simultaneous harmonic analysis function built-in (Performed
simultaneously with power measurement)
Harmonic analysis is essential for the development and evaluation of inverters
Synchronized to the fundamental wave frequency from 0.5 Hz to 5 kHz
Harmonic analysis up to the 100th order can be performed simultaneously with
power measurement.
7 Evaluation of the troublesome noise of inverters
• Noise measurement function built-in (1-channel measurement: Performed
simultaneously with power measurement and harmonic analysis)
Noise components at up to 100 kHz can be read while looking at the measured waveforms
Simultaneously display the top 10 point frequency and voltage/current levels
8 Waveforms can be observed at 500 kS/s, and fundamental waves can also be checked
• Waveform monitoring function fully supported
Display the voltage and current waveforms being measured
The carrier frequency components of an inverter are also displayed in real time
• Filter function
A filter function is used to remove the carrier frequency components from the inverter,
and fundamental wave frequency waveforms can be checked in the waveform display.
* The filter function is reflected in the measured values. Please
be careful when you switch to the function during measurement.
Waveform monitoring of carrier frequency
When the 500 Hz filter is turned ON
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Geared for the latest motor evaluation and analysis of Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Electric Vehicles and the like
Drive the research and development of three-phase inverter motors with high accuracy and high-speed measurements
Advantages
1. Use of the MOTOR TESTING OPTION 9791 (9793) lets you perform a total evaluation of inverter motors
2. The voltage, torque, rotation, frequency, slip, and motor power required for motor analysis can be measured with one unit
3. Current sensors make the connection simple. In addition, use of the AC/DC CURRENT SENSOR 9709 enables measurements with superior accuracy
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4. All data is measured simultaneously and updated every 50 ms. Data collection and characteristics tests can be performed at the industry’s fastest speed
5. Evolution of electrical angle measurements critical to motor analysis has made it possible to perform more accurate measurements using an
incremental encoder
6. Harmonic analysis at 0.5 Hz to 5 kHz without the need for an external timing mechanism
7. Built-in digital anti-aliasing filter (AAF) lets you measure the broadband power on the secondary side of inverters to make accurate harmonic
analyses
● Example of HEV and EV measurement systems
Inverter
Torque sensor
Battery
Encoder
Motor
Load
Measure the primary side of inverters
Measure the secondary side of inverters and of motor outputs
Voltage, current, power, power factor,
±electrical energy, frequency, harmonic
analysis *1, noise measurement
Voltage, current, power, power factor, ±electrical energy,
inverter loss, efficiency *1, harmonic analysis *2, noise
measurement, rotation, torque, slip, and motor power
(Using 4 channels)
(Using channels 1, 2, and 3, and the Motor Testing Option)
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*1: Harmonic components superimposed on the DC
can be analyzed by synchronizing to the secondary
side
Torque sensor
• Torque
• Rotation
9791 (9793)
1 Evaluate high-performance vector control inverters:
• Measurements of fundamental wave voltage and current and their phases based on an accurate
harmonic analysis are indispensable to motor analysis
• Support of an incremental encoder allows detecting synchronization signals from a motor easily
and accurately
Electrical angle measurements are indispensable for dynamic characteristics analysis of motors.
The 3390 can conduct FFT analyses synchronized to rotation pulses from the tachometer and the motor
induced voltage, and the A-phase and Z-phase pulse inputs that allow measuring and detecting the origin
of the motor more simply and accurately – fully meeting the needs of the latest motor analysis tests.
Example of sensor connection
Torque meter
Torque value / frequency output
Incremental type rotary encoder
A-phase pulse output
Z-phase pulse output
■ The importance of measuring the electrical angle of synchronous motors
The key to the performance of high-performance low-fuel consumption vehicles represented
by HEV and EV is the synchronous motor that is used as the power source. The synchronous
motor is finely controlled by alternating signals generated by an inverter device (DC to AC
conversion) using the electricity from batteries.
● What is a synchronous motor?
A synchronous motor rotates in synchronization with the AC frequency. Structurally, the motor is turned
by the rotating force at the magnetic pole of the rotator (rotator magnetic pole), which is generated by
the rotating magnetic field generated by applying an alternating current to the magnetic field (stator
magnetic pole). The rotation speed is synchronized to the speed of the rotating magnetic field, so the
*1: Between the primary and secondary sides, between the secondary side
and motor output, and between the primary side and motor output
*2: If the fundamental frequency varies between the primary and secondary
sides, the harmonic analysis can be performed for only one side
Encoder A-phase signal
Encoder Z-phase signal
θ
Voltage / current waveform
■ Application 1: “Electrical angle measurement”
○ The voltage / current fundamental wave component “θ” from the machine angle origin can be
calculated by performing harmonic analysis of motor input voltage / current by synchronizing to the
A-phase signal and z-phase signal of an encoder.
○ A function to perform zero compensation for this phase angle when a motor induced voltage is
generated can be used to measure the voltage and current phase (electrical angle) in real time based
on the induced voltage when the motor is started.
speed can be controlled by changing the speed of the rotating magnetic field (power supply frequency).
In addition, high operating efficiency is one of the advantages of the synchronous motor.
● Why is electrical angle measurement necessary?
In the case of a synchronous motor, a phase shifting occurs between the stator magnetic pole and
the rotator magnetic pole due to a change in the load torque. This shifted angle and the torque
force that can be generated by a motor have a close relationship, so it is important to understand
this shifted angle (electrical angle) in order to achieve high-efficiency motor control.
● The 3390 provides a more accurate measurement method
The 3390 supports the incremental encoder output in addition to the measurement methods of the HIOKI
3194 Power HiTESTER – enabling you to measure this electrical angle more easily and accurately.
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2 Perform harmonic analysis from the low-speed rotation range of motors
• Harmonic analysis from a synchronization frequency of 0.5 Hz
Accurate measurements can be performed in the low-speed rotation
range of motors without the need of an external clock.
If the synchronization frequency is 45 Hz or more, analysis results are
updated every 50 ms, so data analysis can be performed in real time.
Synchronization frequency range Window wave number
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1
2
4
8
16
32
64
0.5Hz to 40Hz
40Hz to 80Hz
80Hz to 160Hz
160Hz to 320Hz
320Hz to 640Hz
640Hz to 1.2kHz
1.2kHz to 2.5kHz
2.5kHz to 5.0kHz
• Analyze up to the 100th order
Synchronized to the fundamental wave frequency of 0.5 Hz to 5 kHz
Simultaneously perform analysis up to the 100th order harmonic
along with power measurement
Analysis order
100th order
100th order
80th order
40th order
20th order
10th order
5th order
3rd order
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Vector display of electrical angles of motors
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X-Y graph display lets you check the dynamic characteristics of inverters
• Display vectors including that of the phase angle and electrical angle
( θ) of fundamental wave voltage and current. The measured data can
be used as parameters to calculate the Ld and Lq values.
• X-Y graph display function built-in (X-axis: 1 item, Y-axis: 2 items)
By simply setting 2 items to the Y-axis as with a 6-axis graph used to evaluate motors,
you can display the characteristics of a motor and similar devices in real time.
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Clearly view the inverter efficiency/loss and motor power
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Temperature data that is indispensable for motor evaluation
can also be measured simultaneously
• Output, efficiency, and loss of inverter motors can be measured with
one single unit
Operating efficiency and power loss of the inverter and motor can be displayed
when the inputs and outputs of the inverter are measured simultaneously.
• Connect the HIOKI 3440 Series Temperature HiTESTER to measure changes in the motor
temperature and acquire data as parameters for motor evaluation
Connect the HIOKI 3440 Series Temperature HiTESTER to the 3390 (via the
RS-232C interface) to acquire data while displaying the temperature.
To measure temperature, use:
1. HIOKI 3440 Series Temperature HiTESTER
2. Interface Pack 3909
3. RS-232C Cable 9637
Motor
■ Application 2: Electrical angle measurement using induced voltage of motors (The same measurements conducted with the HIOKI 3194 can also be performed)
Correct the rotation synchronization signal and induced voltage phase of motors as well as measure the phase of voltage and current for the induced voltage of a running motor as
an electrical angle.
Rotation synchronization
signal
Other Advance Functionsmotor
• Frequency divider circuit (up to 1/60000 frequency dividing) – helpful when the rotation synchronization
signal consists of multiple pulses for one cycle of induced voltage.
• Δ-to-Y conversation function - convert the line voltage to a phase voltage (virtual neutral reference) when
three-phase three-wire (3P3W3M connection) measurements are performed.
DC power
supply
Inverter
Motor
Torque
sensor
Load/
motor
Torque value
Induced voltage
Load/
motor
Tachometer signal
Motor
○ Measure the fundamental wave’s RMS value
and the total RMS value of the induced voltage.
○ Perform zero compensation for the phase
between the rotation synchronization signal and
the fundamental wave voltage of the induced
voltage.
Step 2: Measurement of a running motor
Rotation
synchronization signal
Step 1: Turn the motor from the load side, and measure the induced voltage of the motor
○ Measure the fundamental wave component, harmonic component, and electrical angle of line voltage
and current of a line to the motor. (The measured data can also be used as parameters for calculation of Lp/Lq)
○ Simultaneously measure motor efficiency, inverter efficiency, total efficiency, and inverter loss while
observing the motor control.
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Evaluate new energies such as solar power, wind power, and fuel cells
Assess power conditioners that are indispensable for converting new energies to electrical power
Advantages
1. The input and output characteristics of a power conditioner can be measured simultaneously in combination with an AC/DC current sensor
2. Use of a current sensor makes the connection simple. Furthermore, accurate measurements can be performed in combination with the AC/DC CURRENT SENSOR 9709
3. The sale and purchase of electrical energy of a power line connected to a power conditioner can also be measured with one unit
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4. Measure DC mode integration, which responds quickly to changes in the input of sunlight and the like, and RMS mode integration, which
handles the separate integration of the sale and purchase of electric energy, all at the same time
5. Ripple factor, efficiency and loss, which are required to evaluate power conditioners for solar power generation, can be measured with one single unit.
Solar panels
Power conditioner
DC measurement
Utility grid
AC measurement
Converter
Inverter
Load
Solar panel output measurement
Power conditioner output measurement
Voltage, current, power, power factor,
±electrical energy, current waveform
Voltage, current, power, power factor, frequency, ±electrical
energy, efficiency, loss, voltage/current waveform, harmonic
analysis, voltage ripple factor, voltage disequilibrium factor (when
measuring 3 voltages and 3 currents), voltage/current distortion
factor
(using the 4th channel)
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(using the 1st, 2nd and 3nd channel)
Conditioner-specific measurement items all measurable
• Power conditioner measurement-specific ripple factor and disequilibrium factor can
also be measured and displayed simultaneously (up to 32 items can be displayed
simultaneously), resulting in enhanced test efficiency
Display item
rms value
P, Q, S, λ values
Loss value
η value
thd value
rf value
unb value
f value
Measurement item
RMS (DC/AC voltage/current of input and output)
Active power, reactive power, apparent power, power factor
Input and output loss
Efficiency
Distortion factor (voltage/current)
Ripple factor (for DC)
Disequilibrium
Output frequency
■ Current trends in solar power generation
● Interconnected system of solar power generation and power conditioner
Electrical energy generated from the solar power generation is DC electrical energy, so it needs
to be converted to AC electrical energy to be used by connecting to the utility grid. The device
to convert direct current to alternating current is the power conditioner. In particular, to sell
electrical energy by connecting to the utility grid, the performance of the power conditioner is
important, so the method to evaluate the performance is specified by the national standards.
● The 3390 supports a long list of measurement items including the specific
ones required.
The 3390 can measure ripple factor and evaluate and analyze through simultaneous
measurements.
● IEC standard
IEC 61683:1999, Photovoltaic systems -Power conditioners- Procedure for measuring efficiency
● Evaluation and measurement of power conditioners
The IEC standard stipulates detailed measurement items to evaluate the input and output
characteristics of power conditioners such as harmonic level, ripple factor, voltage
disequilibrium factor, and voltage/current waveform.
DC variable
power
supply
Utility grid
Test power
conditioner
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The efficiency (loss) and the amount of electrical energy
sold and purchased can be displayed clearly
• Not only the amount of electricity generated with solar cells and the efficiency (loss) of a
conditioner but also the amount of electrical energy sold and purchased by connecting to
the utility grid can be measured simultaneously with one single unit
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Accurately measure harmonics that are important for
connecting to the utility grid
• The harmonic component and distortion factor important for connecting a power
conditioner to the utility grid can be measured simultaneously.
Synchronized to the fundamental frequency of 0.5 Hz to 5 kHz.
Analyze up to the 100th order of voltage, current, and voltage harmonic, and display the current direction
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Check the input and output waveforms of a conditioner
• Simultaneously check the input and output waveforms of a conditioner at 500 kS/s
The input and output waveforms required to evaluate power conditioners can
be checked simultaneously with one unit.
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Also measure the noise flow of a connected utility grid
• Noise measurement function (1-channel measurement: Performed simultaneously with
power measurement and harmonic analysis)
Noise components at up to 100 kHz can be read while looking at the measured waveforms
Frequency and voltage/current levels for the top 10 points can be displayed simultaneously.
Bundled software dedicated to the 3390 (free download from the HIOKI website)
♦ Features
• Connect the 3390 to a PC via LAN or USB for completely remote operation
• Save measured data to the PC in real time (interval saving is also available)
• Download data stored in the USB memory or CF card
• Connect up to four 3390 Power Analyzers using the free software for remote operation and simultaneous data collection
Real-time monitoring screen
■ General specifications
Delivery media Download from the HIOKI website
Windows 2000, XP, or Vista (32-bit version) PC
Operating
Pentium III 500 MHz or higher CPU, 128 MB or more RAM, and LAN or USB interface
environment
Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.5.0 or later required
Communication Ethernet (TCP/IP), USB 1.1/2.0
For a USB connection, use the supplied dedicated driver (included with the software)
method
Number of simultaneously4
connected units
Remote operation screen
■ Functions
Remote operation
Key operation and screen display on a PC
function
Download function Downloads data stored on the media (Files in the USB memory or CF card)
Displays instantaneously measured values of the 3390 on the PC monitor
Display function
Numerical display: Basic measurement items
Waveform display: Instantaneous waveform data
Bar graph: Harmonic
Vector: Fundamental wave vector
Saves the specified instantaneous value data to the PC
Measured value
save function
Selects the item to save from the numerical value display items in the display function
Interval save function Saves instantaneous value data to the PC at the specified interval
CSV conversion function Saves the displayed waveform data in CSV format to the PC
BMP save function Saves the displayed waveform and graph data in image format to the PC or copy images to the clipboard
Sends the settings of the 3390 made on a PC to the 3390
Setting function
Setting contents can be saved and loaded to and from a file
Connection of PC and 3390 via LAN or USB
Up to 4 units can be connected using free software
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■3390 Specifications
(Accuracy guarantee conditions: 23°C ±3°C, 80%RH or less, warm-up time 30 minutes or more,
sinusoidal wave input, power factor 1, voltage to ground 0 V, in the range where the fundamental
wave meets the conditions of the synchronization source after zero adjustment)
Input
Single-phase two-wire (1P2W), single-phase three-wire (1P3W), threephase three-wire (3P3W2M, 3P3W3M), three-phase four-wire (3P4W)
Connection setting
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
1P2W
1P2W
1P2W
1P2W
Pattern 1
1P3W
1P2W
1P2W
Pattern 2
3P3W2M
1P2W
1P2W
Pattern 3
1P3W
1P3W
Pattern 4
3P3W2M
1P3W
Pattern 5
3P3W2M
3P3W2M
Pattern 6
3P3W3M
1P2W
Pattern 7
3P4W
1P2W
Pattern 8
Measurement line
Number of input Voltage: 4 channels U1 to U4
Current: 4 channels I1 to I4
channels
Voltage: Plug-in terminal (safety terminal)
Input terminals
Current: Dedicated connector
Voltage: Isolated input, resistance voltage dividing method
Input method
Current: Isolated input using current sensor (voltage output)
Measurement range (Selectable for each connection, auto range available)
Voltage range 15.000V / 30.000V / 60.000V / 150.00V / 300.00V / 600.00V / 1500.0V
Current range *400.00mA / *800.00mA / 2.0000A / 4.0000A / 8.0000A / 20.000A (20 A rating)
( ) indicates the 4.0000A / 8.0000A /20.000A / 40.000A / 80.000A / 200.00A (200 A rating)
sensor rating used 1.0000A / 2.0000A / 5.0000A / 10.000A / 20.000A / 50.000A (50 A rating)
10.000A / 20.000A / 50.000A / 100.00A / 200.00A / 500.00A (500 A rating)
* Only UNIVERSAL CLAMP ON CT 9277 is applicable
Power range Depends on combination of voltage and current range (6.0000 W to 2.2500 MW)
3 (voltage/current), 1.33 for 1500 V
Voltage input part: 2 MΩ ±40 kΩ (Differential input and isolated input)
Current sensor input part: 1 MΩ ±50 kΩ
Voltage input part: 1500 V ±2000 V peak
Current sensor input part: 5 V ±10 V peak
Voltage input terminal 1000 V (50/60 Hz)
Maximum rated
Measurement category III 600 V (Expected transient overvoltage 6000 V)
voltage to ground
Measurement category II 1000 V (Expected transient overvoltage 6000 V)
Voltage and current simultaneous digital sampling and zero cross
Measurement
synchronization calculation method
method
500kHz / 16bit
Sampling
Frequency band DC, 0.5 Hz to 150 kHz
Synchronization
0.5Hz to 5kHz
frequency range
U1 to U4 / I1 to I4 / Ext (with motor analysis option, CH B: when pulse is set) /
Synchronization DC (50 ms, 100 ms fixed)
* Selectable for each connection (Zero cross auto follow-up by digital LPF when U / 1),
source
Filter resistance two-stage switching (high / low), source input 30%f.s. or more when U / 1
Data update rate 50ms
OFF / 500 Hz / 5 kHz / 100 kHz (Selectable for each connection)
When 500 Hz: Accuracy +0.1%f.s. specified at 60 Hz or less
LPF
When 5 kHz: Accuracy specified at 500 Hz or less
When 100 kHz: Accuracy specified at 20 kHz or less (1%rdg. is added at 10k Hz to 20 kHz)
Polarity
Voltage/current zero cross timing comparison method
determination
Voltage (U), current (I), active power (P), apparent power (S), reactive power
Polarity
(Q), power factor ( λ), phase angle (φ), frequency (f), efficiency (η), loss (Loss),
determination
voltage ripple factor (Ufr), current ripple factor (Ifr), current integration (Ih),
Measurement
power integration (WP), voltage peak (Upk), current peak (Ipk)
parameters
Crest factor
Input method
(50/60Hz)
Maximum input
voltage
Accurate
Accuracy
Voltage, currency, and active power measurements
Voltage (U)
DC
0.5Hz to 30Hz
30Hz to 45Hz
45Hz to 66Hz
66Hz to 1kHz
1kHz to 10kHz
10kHz to 50kHz
50kHz to 100kHz
100kHz to 150kHz
Accuracy
guarantee period
Temperature
coefficient
Effect of common
mode voltage
Effect of external
magnetic field
±0.1%rdg.±0.1%f.s.
±0.1%rdg.±0.2%f.s.
±0.1%rdg.±0.1%f.s.
±0.05%rdg.±0.05%f.s.
±0.1%rdg.±0.1%f.s.
±0.2%rdg.±0.1%f.s.
±0.3%rdg.±0.2%f.s.
±1.0%rdg.±0.3%f.s.
±20%f.s.
Current (I)
±0.1%rdg.±0.1%f.s.
±0.1%rdg.±0.2%f.s.
±0.1%rdg.±0.1%f.s.
±0.05%rdg.±0.05%f.s.
±0.1%rdg.±0.1%f.s.
±0.2%rdg.±0.1%f.s.
±0.3%rdg.±0.2%f.s.
±1.0%rdg.±0.3%f.s.
±20%f.s.
Active power (P)
±0.1%rdg.±0.1%f.s.
±0.1%rdg.±0.2%f.s.
±0.1%rdg.±0.1%f.s.
±0.05%rdg.±0.05%f.s.
±0.1%rdg.±0.1%f.s.
±0.2%rdg.±0.1%f.s.
±0.4%rdg.±0.3%f.s.
±1.5%rdg.±0.5%f.s.
±20%f.s.
* Voltage, currency, and active power values at 0.5 Hz to 10 Hz are reference values
* Voltage and active power values more than 220 V at 10 Hz to 16 Hz are reference values
* Voltage and active power values more than 750 V at 30 kHz to 100 kHz are reference values
* Voltage and active power values more than (22000/f [kHz]) V at 100 kHz to 150 kHz are reference values
* Voltage and active power values more than 1000 V are reference values
* As for the current and active power values, add the accuracy of the current sensor to the above accuracy
6 months (One-year accuracy is the above accuracy x 1.5)
±0.01%.f.s / °C (When DC: Add ±0.01%f.s./°C)
±0.01%f.s. or less (When applying 1000 V (50/60 Hz) between the voltage
input terminal and the case)
±1.0%f.s. or less (in a magnetic field at 400 A/m, DC, and 50/60 Hz)
Effect of power
factor
Effective
measurement range
Display range
Zero suppress
range
±0.15%f.s. or less (When power factor = 0.0 at 45 Hz to 66 Hz), add
±0.45%f.s. when LPF is 500 Hz
Voltage, current, and power: 1% to 110% of range
Voltage, current, and power: Range’s zero suppress range setting to ±120%
Selects from OFF, 0.1%f.s., and 0.5%f.s.
* When OFF is selected, a numerical value may be displayed even if zero is input
Voltage: ±10%f.s.
Zero adjustment
Current: ±10%f.s. zero correction is performed for an input offset less than ±4 mV
Waveform peak Range: Within ±300% of respective voltage and current range
Accuracy: Voltage and current respective display accuracy ±2%f.s.
measurement
Frequency measurement
Number of
measurement channels
Measurement
source
Measurement
method
Measurement
range
Data update rate
Accuracy
Display range
4 channels (f1, f2, f3, f4)
Selects from U / I for each input channel
Reciprocal method + zero cross sampling value correction
Within synchronization frequency range between 0.5 Hz and 5 kHz
50 ms (Depends on the frequency when 45 Hz or less )
±0.05%rdg. ±1dgt.
(When sinusoidal waveform is 30% or more relative to the measurement
range of measurement source)
0.5000Hz to 9.9999Hz / 9.900Hz to 99.999Hz / 99.00Hz to 999.99Hz /
0.9900kHz to 5.0000kHz
Integration measurement
RMS / DC (Selectable for each connection, DC is only available when AC/DC sensor
is used for 1P2W connections)
Measurement mode RMS: Integrates the current RMS values and active power values, only the active
values are integrated for each polarity
DC: Integrates the current values and instantaneous power values for each polarity
Current integration (Ih+, Ih-, Ih), active power integration (WP+, WP-, WP)
Measurement
Ih+ and Ih- are available only in DC mode, and only Ih is available in RMS mode.
item
Measurement
Digital calculation from each current and active power
method
Measurement
Data update rate of 50 ms
interval
Display resolution 999999 (6 digits + decimal point)
0 to ±9999.99 TAh / TWh (Integration time is within 9999 h 59 m)
Measurement
If any integration value or integration time exceeds the above limit, integration stops.
range
Integration time
±50 ppm ±1 dgt. (0°C to 40°C)
accuracy
Integration
±(Accuracy of current and active power) ± integration time accuracy
accuracy
Backup function If power fails during integration, integration resumes after power is restored
Harmonic measurement
Integration time 4 channels (Harmonic measurement for another line at a different frequency
cannot be performed)
accuracy
Harmonic voltage RMS value, harmonic voltage percentage, harmonic voltage phase
angle, harmonic current RMS value, harmonic current percentage, harmonic current
Measurement item phase angle, harmonic active power, harmonic power percentage, harmonic voltage/
current phase difference, total harmonic voltage distortion factor, total harmonic
current distortion factor, voltage disequilibrium factor, current disequilibrium factor
Measurement
Zero cross synchronous calculation method (All channels same window) with gap
method
Synchronization U1 to U4 / I1 to I4 / Ext (Motor analysis option included, CHB: when pulse is set) /
DC (50 ms/100 ms)
source
FFT processing
32-bit
word length
Anti-aliasing filter Digital filter (Variable by the synchronization frequency)
Window function Rectangular
Synchronization
0.5 Hz to 5 kHz
frequency range
Data update rate 50 ms (Depends on the synchronization frequency when less than 45 Hz)
Phase zero adjustment is possible by key / communication command (only
Phase zero
when the synchronization source is Ext)
adjustment
Maximum
analysis order
Synchronization frequency range Window wave number
1
0.5Hz to 40Hz
1
40Hz to 80Hz
2
80Hz to 160Hz
4
160Hz to 320Hz
8
320Hz to 640Hz
16
640Hz to 1.2kHz
32
1.2kHz to 2.5kHz
64
2.5kHz to 5.0kHz
Analysis order
100th order
100th order
80th order
40th order
20th order
10th order
5th order
3rd order
13
Accuracy
Frequency
0.5Hz to 30Hz
30Hz to 400Hz
400Hz to 1kHz
1kHz to 5kHz
5kHz to 10kHz
10kHz to 13kHz
Voltage (U) / current (I) / active power(P)
±0.4%rdg.±0.2%f.s.
±0.3%rdg.±0.1%f.s.
±0.4%rdg.±0.2%f.s.
±1.0%rdg.±0.5%f.s.
±2.0%rdg.±1.0%f.s.
±5.0%rdg.±1.0%f.s.
* Not specified when the synchronization frequency is 4.3 kHz or more
Noise measurement (FFT processing)
Number of channels
Measurement item
Calculation type
Measurement
method
FFT processing
word length
Number of FFT
points
Anti-aliasing filter
Window function
Data update rate
Maximum analysis
frequency
Frequency
resolution
Noise value
measurement
1 channel (Selects one channel from CH1 to CH4)
Voltage/current
RMS spectrum
500 kHz/s sampling (Decimation after digital anti-aliasing filtering)
32-bit
1,000 points / 5,000 points / 10,000 points / 50,000 points (Linked to the
waveform display record length)
Digital filter auto (Variable by the maximum analysis frequency)
Rectangular / Hanning / flat top
Within about 400 ms to 15 s depending on the number of FFT points, with gap
100kHz / 50kHz / 20kHz / 10kHz / 5kHz / 2kHz
0.2 Hz to 500 Hz (Determined by the number of FFT points and the
maximum analysis frequency)
Calculates the levels and frequencies of voltage and current peaks
(maximum values) for the top 10 points
MOTOR TESTING OPTION (Applicable to the 9791 and 9793)
3 channels
CH A: Analog DC input / frequency input (torque signal input)
CH B: Analog DC input / pulse input (rotation signal input)
CH Z: Pulse input (Z-phase signal input)
Input terminal form Isolation type BNC connector
Input resistance (DC) 1 M Ω ±100 kΩ
Isolated input and differential input (No isolation between CH B and CH Z)
Input method
Measurement item Voltage, torque, rotation, frequency, slip, motor output
Maximum input
±20 V (When analog / frequency / pulse)
voltage
Maximum rated 50 V (50/60 Hz), measurement category I 50 V (Expected transient
voltage to ground overvoltage of 500 V)
Accuracy
6 months (One-year accuracy is the accuracy below x 1.5)
guarantee period
1. Analog DC input (CH A / CH B)
Measurement range ±1 V / ±5 V / ±10 V (When analog DC input )
Effective input range 1% to 110%f.s.
10 kHz / 16-bit
Sampling
Simultaneous digital sampling and zero cross synchronization calculation
Measurement
method (zero cross averaging)
method
Synchronization Same as the 3390 power measurement input specification (Common for CH A
and CH B)
source
±0.1%rdg. ±0.1%f.s.
Accuracy
Temperature
±0.03%f.s./°C
coefficient
Effect of common ±0.01%f.s. or less when applying 50 V (DC 50/60 Hz) between the input
terminal and the 3390 case
mode voltage
Range’s zero suppress range setting to ±120%
Display range
Zero adjustment Voltage ±10%f.s.
2. Frequency input (only for CH A)
Effective
±5Vpeak
amplitude range
Measurement range 100kHz
1kHz to 100kHz
Band width
±0.05%rdg.±3dgt.
Accuracy
1.000kHz to 99.999kHz
Display range
3. Pulse input (only for CH B)
Low: 0.5 V or less, High: 2.0 V or more
Detection level
Measurement band 1 Hz to 200 kHz (When duty ratio is 50%)
Frequency divider
1 to 60000
setting range
0.5 Hz to 5.0 kHz (Specified by the frequency at which the measurement
Measurement
frequency range pulse is divided by the set frequency dividing number)
Minimum
2.5 μs or more
detection width
±0.05%rdg. ±3dgt.
Accuracy
4. Pulse input (only for CH Z)
Low: 0.5 V or less, High: 2.0 V or more
Detection level
Measurement band 0.1 Hz to 1 kHz
Minimum
2.5 μs or more
detection width
OFF / ON (When ON, a frequency divider circuit of CH B is cleared by a rising edge)
Setting
Number of input
channels
D/A OUTPUT OPTION (Applicable to the 9792 and 9793)
Number of output
16 channels
channels
Switchable between Waveform output / Analog output (selects from the
measurement items) * Waveform output is only for CH 1 to CH 8
Output terminal form D-sub 25-pin connector × 1
D/A conversion
16-bit (Polarity + 15-bit)
resolution
Analog: DC ±5 Vf.s. (Max. about DC ±12V)
Output voltage
Waveform output: 2 Vrms f.s., crest factor: 2.5 or more
Analog output: Measurement accuracy ±0.2%f.s. (DC level)
Waveform output: Measurement accuracy ±0.5%f.s. (at RMS level, in
Accuracy
synchronization frequency range)
Accuracy
6 months (one-year accuracy is the above accuracy × 1.5)
guarantee period
Analog output: 50 ms (As per the data update rate of the selected item)
Output update rate
Waveform output: 500 kHz
Output resistance 100 Ω ±5 Ω
Temperature
±0.05%f.s./°C
coefficient
Output content
Display
English / Japanese / Chinese (simplified characters)
9-inch TFT color LCD display (800 × 480 pixels)
ON / Auto OFF (1min / 5min / 10min / 30mim / 60min)
99999 counts (Integrated value: 999999 counts)
200 ms (Independent of internal data update rate; waveform and FFT
Display refresh rate
depend on the screen)
Measurement, Setting, File Manipulation screens
Display screen
Display character
Display
LCD backlight
Display resolution
External interfaces
1. USB Interface (Function)
Series Mini-B receptacle
Connector
Electrical
USB2.0 (Full Speed / High Speed)
specification
Number of ports 1
Vendor specific (USB488h)
Class
PC (Windows 2000 / XP / Vista (32-bit version))
Destination
Data transfer, remote operation, command control
Function
2. USB memory interface
USB type A connector
Connector
Electrical
USB2.0
specification
Up to 500 mA
Power supply
Number of ports 1
Applicable USB
USB Mass Storage Class
memory
Setting file: Save/Load
Recordable items Measured value/recorded data: Copy (from the CF card data)
Waveform data: Save, screen hard copy
3. LAN interface
RJ-45 connector × 1
Connector
Electrical
IEEE802.3 compliant
specification
Transmission
10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX auto recognition
method
TCP/IP
Protocol
HTTP server (remote operation), dedicated port (port transfer, command control)
Function
4. CF card interface
TYPE I × 1
Slot
Compact flash memory card (32 MB or more)
Usable card
Applicable
Up to 2 GB
memory capacity
MS-DOS format (FAT16 / FAT32)
Data format
Setting file: Save / Load
Recordable
Measured value / automatically recorded data: Save (in CSV format)
items
Waveform data: Save, screen hard copy
5. RS-232C interface
RS-232C, EIA RS-232D, CCITT V.24, JIS X5101 compliant
Method
D-sub 9-pin connector × 1
Connector
Printer / thermometer
Destination
Full duplex asynchronous method
Recordable
Data length: 8, parity: none, stop bit: 1,
items
Flow control: Hard flow, delimiter: CR+LF
2400, 9600, 19200, 38400 bps (2400 bps for thermometer)
Baud rate
6. Synchronization control interface
IN-side 9-pin round connector ×1, OUT-side 8-pin round connector x 1
Terminal form
5 V (CMOS level)
Signal
Maximum
±20V
allowable input
Up to 2 μs (Specified by the rising edge)
Signal delay
Functions
1. Setting
Rectification
switching
Auto range
rms / mean (Selectable for the voltage/current of each connection)
rms: Displays the true RMS value (True RMS)
mean: Displays the average-value rectified RMS value
OFF / ON (Voltage and current range is selectable for each connection)
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OFF / 50 ms / 100 ms / 200 ms / 500 ms / 1 s / 5 s / 10 s / 15 s / 30 s /
1 min / 5 min / 10 min / 15 min / 30 min / 60 min
* Maximum number of items to save can be specified by the setting (130 items/50
ms, up to 5000 items)
Interval time and maximum number Guide to the time during which items can be
of Items to be saved
saved automatically(When using a 512 MB card)
Interval
Number of items Number of items to be saved Time during which items can be stored
130
10
About 2 days
50ms
(When 200 ms: 520)
40
About 14 hours
2600
10
About 42 days
1s
(5 s or more: 5000)
1000
About 11 hours
40
About 416 days
5000
1min
4000
About 7 days
Data save
interval
Time control
Scaling
Averaging
Method
Response time
Efficiency/loss
calculation
Calculated item
Calculation rate
Calculable factors
Calculation algorithm
Δ – Y calculation
Display hold
Data update
Output data
Peak hold
Data update
Output data
2. Display
Connection
check screen
Connection
display screen
DMM screen
Harmonic screen
Select/Display
screen
Efficiency/Loss
screen
Waveform & Noise
Measurement screen
OFF / Timer / Actual time
When using Timer: 10 s to 9999 h 59 m 59 s (unit: 1 s)
When using Actual Time: Start time / stop time (unit: 1 min)
VT ratio: OFF / 0.01 to 9999.99
CT ratio: OFF / 0.01 to 9999.99
Displays the averaged values of all instantaneously measured values including
harmonic value
(Excluding the peak value, integrated value, and noise value)
* Averaged data applies to all data including the saved data during averaging
Exponential averaging (Applies to the data update rate of 50 ms)
OFF / 0.2s (FAST) / 1.0s (MID) / 5.0s (SLOW)
(Time within which to fall in the accuracy range when the input changes to 0%f.s. to 100%f.s.)
Calculates the efficiency η[%] and loss [W] of active power for each
connection and channel.
Active power value (P) for each channel and connection
Motor power (Pm) when the 9791 and 9793 Motor Analysis Option is included
Calculates and updates at a data update rate of 50 ms
* The latest data of calculation is used for a calculation between
connections whose synchronization sources are different
3 formats for the efficiency and loss, respectively
Calculated item is specified for Pin and Pout in the format below
h=1005 Pout / Pin , Loss= Pin - Pout
Converts line voltage waveform to phase voltage waveform using the
virtual neutral point for 3P3W3M connection
Uses a phase voltage to calculate all voltage parameters including harmonic
or voltage RMS value
Stops and displays all displayed measured values and display update of waveforms
Updates data when the hold key is manipulated, when the interval is
reached, and when an external synchronization signal is detected
D/A output, CF data save: Outputs the hold data (The waveform output continues,
and the interval auto-save outputs data immediately before it is updated )
Displays and updates the maximum value for each of all measured data (without
waveform display and integrated value)
(While averaging is performed, the maximum value is applied to the measured
value after averaging. This cannot be used in conjunction with the Hold function)
Data is cleared when the hold key is manipulated, when the interval is
reached, and when an external synchronization signal is detected (Data is
updated at an internal data update rate of 50 ms)
D/A output, CF data save: Outputs the peak hold data
(The waveform output continues, and the interval auto-save outputs data
immediately before it is cleared)
Displays the connection diagram and the voltage/current vector diagram
* The right connection range is displayed in the vector diagram, so the connection can be checked.
Displays measured power and harmonic values on channels 1 to 4
* The values are displayed for each measurement line pattern of combined connections
Basic Measurement screen, Voltage Measurement screen, Current
Measurement screen, Power Measurement screen
Bar Graph screen, List screen, Vector screen
Selects and displays any 4, 8, 16, or 32 measurement items from all basic
measurement items
Display pattern: 4 items, 8 items, 16 items, or 32 items (4 pattern switching)
Displays the numerical values of efficient and loss set in the calculation algorithm
Display pattern: 3 efficiency items, 3 loss items.
Displays the voltage/current waveforms sampled at 500 kHz in a compressed screen
* Displays the waveform and noise measurement (FFT calculation) result when noise
measurement is performed
Synchronization timing of harmonic synchronization source
1,000 points / 5,000 points / 10,000 points / 50,000 points × all voltage/current channels
1/1, 1/2, 1/5, 1/10, 1/25, 1/50 (Peak-Peak compression)
Trigger
Record Length
Compression Ratio
Recording time
Recording speed /
1,000 points 5,000 points 10,000 points 50,000 points
Recording length
2ms
10ms
20ms
100ms
500kS/s
4ms
20ms
40ms
200ms
250kS/s
10ms
50ms
100ms
500ms
100kS/s
20ms
100ms
200ms
1000ms
50kS/s
40ms
200ms
400ms
2000ms
25kS/s
100ms
500ms
1000ms
5000ms
10kS/s
Selects items on the horizontal and vertical axes from the basic measurement items
and displays them in the X-Y graph
*The graph is drawn at the data update rate, data is not recorded, and drawing data is cleared
Option Horizontal axis: 1 item (with gauge display)
Vertical axis: 2 items (with gauge display)
X-Y Plot screen
Motor screen
Displays the measured values of the MOTOR TESTING OPTION 9791 (9793).
Display pattern: Displays the numerical values of 4 items
3. Data save
Auto data save Saves each measured value to the CF card at each interval
Save destination OFF / CF card (cannot be saved to the USB memory), the save destination
folder can be specified
Save itemAuto Any item can be selected from all measured data, including harmonic value,
and peak value of the noise measurement function
Data format CSV file format
Manual data Save Saves each measured value to each save destination when the SAVE key is pressed
Save destination USB memory / CF card, the save destination folder can be specified
Save itemSave Any item can be selected from all measured data, including harmonic value,
and peak value of the noise measurement function
Data format CSV file format
Screen hard copy Saves the display screen to the save destination when the COPY key is pressed
Save destination USB memory / CF card / printer
* The save destination folder can be specified when USB memory or CF card is specified.
Data format Compressed BMP format (256 colors), monochrome when printer is selected
Setting data save Setting information can be saved and loaded to and from the save
destination as a setting file
(With the exception of language setting and communication setting)
Save destination USB memory / CF card (the save destination folder can be specified)
4. External connected equipment
The 3390 master and 3390 slaves can be connected with synchronization
Synchronized
cables to perform synchronized measurements
measurement
* If the interval setting is identical, synchronized measurements can be
saved automatically
Synchronized item Clock, data update rate (excl. noise measurement), integration start/stop,
data reset, event
Event item Hold, manual save, screen copy
Synchronization timing Clock, data update rate, start/stop, data reset, event (During operation of the
master by the key or via communication)
Synchronization delay Up to 5 μs per connection, up to +50 ms per event
Temperature measurement Acquires the measured temperature values from the thermometer connected
Applicable thermometer to the RS-232C interface
Number of channels HIOKI thermometers capable of communication via RS-232C
1 channel
Screen copy is printed to the printer connected to the RS-232C interface
Printer output
Applicable printer HIOKI 9670
Output content Screen hard copy
Printer setup
Printer auto setup function available
5. System
Display language English / Japanese / Chinese* (*available soon)
Auto Calendar, Auto Leap Year Adjustment, 24 Hour Meter
Clock function
Clock setting Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute Setting, Zero Second Adjustment
Real time accuracy Within ±3 s / day (25°C)
OFF / ON
Beep tone
COLOR1 / COLOR2 / COLOR3 / COLOR4 / MONO
Screen color
Start screen select Connection screen / screen closed in the previous session (Measurement screen only)
ON / 1min / 5min / 10min / 30min / 60min
LCD backlight
Sensor recognition Automatically recognizes the current sensor connected
Voltage/current peak over threshold detection, synchronization source nonAlarm display
detection (Alarm mark on)
ESC key: ON/OFF by holding down the key for 3 seconds (Key lock mark on)
Key lock
Sets the equipment to the default (factory) settings (Communication settings
System reset
are not changed)
File manipulation Media data list display, media formatting, new folder creation, folder file
deletion, file copy between media
General specifications
Operating location Indoors, altitude up to 2000 m, contamination class 2
Storage temperature
-10°C to 50°C, 80%RH or less (No dew condensation)
and humidity ranges
Operating temperature
0°C to 40°C, 80%RH or less (No dew condensation)
and humidity ranges
For 15 seconds at 50/60 Hz
AC5.312 kVrms: Between the voltage input terminal and the unit case
AC3.32 kVrms: Between the voltage input terminal and the current input
Withstand voltage terminal / interface
AC370 Vrms: Between the 9791 and 9793 input terminals (CH A, CH B,
CH Z) and the unit case
Between CH A and CH B / CH Z
Safety: EN61010-1
Applicable standard
EMC: EN61326-1 Class A, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3
Rated power
100 to 240 VAC (expected transient overvoltage of 2500 V), 50/60 Hz
supply voltage
Maximum rated power 140VA
340 (W) × 170 (H) ×157 (D) mm (excluding protrusions)
Dimensions
4.8 kg (including the 9793)
Weight
Backup battery life About 10 years (a reference value of a lithium ion battery used at 23°C to
back up the clock, setting conditions, and integrated values)
Product warranty period 1 year
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Basic calculation algorithms
Connection
1P2W
Item
1P3W
Xrms(i) =
Voltage and current
RMS value
(True RMS value)
Motor analysis calculation algorithm
3P3W2M
3P3W3M
Xrms12 or Xrms34 =
Xrms123 =
1
(Xrms(i) + Xrms(i+1) )
2
1
∑ (X(i)s)2
M s= 0
M−1
3P4W
1
( Xrms1 + Xrms2 + Xrms 3 )
3
Xmn12 or Xmn34 =
Xmn123 =
Voltage and current Xmn(i)=
average rectified π 1 M−1
1
1
Xmn(i) + Xmn
( Xmn1 + Xmn2 + Xmn 3 )
∑ X(i)s
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RMS indication
2 2 M€s= 0
3
2
value
Voltage and current
2
2
Xac(i) = ( Xrms(i)) − ( Xdc(i))
alternating-current
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component
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Voltage and current
1 M−1
Xdc(i) = M ∑ X(i)s
mean value
s=0
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Voltage and current
Fundamental wave value X1(i) based on the harmonic calculation result
fundamental wave
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component
Maximum value among X pk+(i) = X (i)s M
Voltage and current
Minimum value among X pk-(i) = X (i)s M
peak value
P(i) =
P12 =P1+P2
1 M−1
P123 =P1+P2+P3
∑ (U(i)s × I(i)s)
P34 =P3+P4
M
s=0
Active power
(
)
• In the cases of 3P3W3M and 3P4W connections, phase voltage is used for the voltage waveform U (i)s.
(3P3W3M: U1s = (U1s-U3s)/3, U2s = (U2s-U1s)/3, U3s = (U3s-U2s)/3)
• The polarity symbols of active power P indicate the power direction when power is consumed (+P) and when power is regenerated (-P).
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Apparent power
S12 =S1+S2
S34 =S3+S4
S(i) =U(i)5I(i)
3
(S1 + S2 )
2
3
S34 =
(S 3 + S 4 )
2
S12 =
S123 =S1+S2+S3
• Selects rms or mn for U(i) and I(i) €
• In the cases of 3P3W3M and 3P4W connections, phase voltage is used for the voltage U (i)
Q(i) =
Reactive power
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Power factor
si(i) S(i)2 − P(i)2
λ(i) =
P(i)
si(i)
S(i)
Q123 =Q1+Q2+Q3
λ12 = si12
P12
P
, λ 34 = si34 34
S12
S34
λ123 = si123
P123
S123
Setting unit
1 M−1
∑ As
M s=0
V (DV voltage)
Calculation algorithm
A [V] × chA scaling setpoint
chA N• m / mN• m / kN• m When analog DC
(Measurement frequency - fc setpoint) × rated
When frequency
common (torque)€
torque setpoint / fd setpoint
M: Number of samples between synchronization timings, s: Sample point number
1 M−1
∑ Bs
M s=0
V (DC voltage)
chB
Hz (frequency)
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r/min (rotation)
When analog DC
B[V] × chB scaling setpoint
Pole number setpoint x pulse frequency / 2 ×
When pulse input
pulse number setpoint
When analog DC
B[V] × chB scaling setpoint
When pulse input 2 × 60 × frequency [Hz] / pole number setpoint
N• m (unit of chA) (Indicated value of chA )× 2 × π × (indicated value of chB) / 60
mN• m (unit of chA) (Indicated value of chA) ×2 × π × (indicated value of chB) / 60 / 1000
Pm kN• m (unit of chA) (Indicated value of chA) ×2 × π × (indicated value of chB) × 1000 / 60
Calculation cannot be performed when the unit of chA is other than the above, or the unit
of chB is other than r/min.
Hz (unit of chB)
100 × input frequency – indicated value of chB / input frequency
100 ×2 × 60 × input frequency – indicated value of chB × pole
r/min (unit of chB)
Slip
number setpoint / 2 × π × input frequency
Selects the input frequency from f1 to f4
When using the 3390 with a DC power supply as with the case
of on-vehicle measurements:
Provide a DC-AC converter separately.
Required DC-AC converter output specification
Output type
: Sinusoid wave type, 50/60 Hz (60 Hz recommended)
Output capacity: The maximum power consumption of the 3390 is
140VA. Select a rating more than the capacity.
• The polarity symbol si of power factor λ indicates symbol [none]: lag and symbol [-]: lead.
• The polarity symbol si(i) is determined by lead or lag of voltage waveform U (i)s and current waveform I (i)s for each
measurement channel (i), and si12, si34, and si123 are determined by the symbol of Q12, Q34, and Q123, respectively.
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φ(i) =
Phase angle
Q12 =Q1+Q2
Q34 =Q3+Q2
• The polarity symbol si of reactive power Q indicates symbol [none]: lag and symbol [-]: lead.
• The polarity symbol si(i) is determined by lag or lead of voltage waveform U (i)s and current waveform I (i)s for each
measurement channel (i), and in the cases of 3P3W3M and 3P4W connections, phase voltage is used for the voltage
waveform U (i)s.
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si(i)cos−1 λ (i)
φ12 = si12cos−1 λ 12
φ 34 = si34cos−1 λ 34
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φ123 = si123cos−1 λ 123
The polarity symbol si(i) is determined by lead or lag of voltage waveform U (i)s and current waveform I (i)s for each
measurement channel.
si12, si34, and si123 are determined by the symbol of Q12, Q34, and Q123, respectively.
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(i): Measurement channel, M: Number of samples between synchronization timings, s: Sample point number
■ Options
Options for current measurements
CLAMP ON SENSOR 9272-10 (AC)
AC/DC CURRENT SENSOR CT6862 (AC/DC)
UNIVERSAL CLAMP ON CT 9277 (AC/DC)
AC/DC CURRENT SENSOR CT6863 (AC/DC)
UNIVERSAL CLAMP ON CT 9278 (AC/DC)
AC/DC CURRENT SENSOR 9709 (AC/DC)
UNIVERSAL CLAMP ON CT 9279 (AC/DC)
Overview of sensor specifications (Accuracy guarantee period of 1 year with the exception of the 9709 for 6 months)
Model
9272-10
CAT III 600V
9277
9278
CAT II 600V
CAT III 300V
CAT II 600V
CAT III 300V
Rated current
Maximum continuous
input range
AC 20A/200A
AC/DC 20A
AC/DC 200A
50A/300A rms
50A rms
350A rms
Accuracy
(45 to 66 Hz, DC: DC
compatible sensor)
±0.3%rdg.±0.01%f.s.,
±0.2°
Frequency
characteristic
1Hz to 5Hz: ±2%rdg.±0.1%f.s.
1kHz to 5kHz: ±1%rdg.±0.05%f.s. (±1.0°)
10kHz to 50kHz: ±5%rdg.±0.1%f.s.
1 k to 50 kHz: ±2.5 % (±2.5°)
50 k to 100 kHz: ±5.0 % (±5.0°)
φ 46mm
φ 20mm
Note1
Measurable
conductor diameter
Dimensions/
weight
78W×188H×35Dmm,
850g
9279
Not CE-marked
600 V insulated conductor
AC/DC 500A
650A rms
CT6862
CAT III 1000V
CT6863
9709
CAT III 1000V
CAT III 1000V
AC/DC 50A
AC/DC 200A
AC/DC 500A
100A rms
400Arms
700A rms
±0.05 %rdg.±0.01 % f.s. , ±0.2°
(Right after power is turned on ±0.05 %rdg.±0.01 % f.s. , ±0.2°
(10 minutes after power is turned on)
at DC and 16Hz to 400Hz)
DC to 16 Hz: ±0.1%rdg.±0.02%f.s.(±0.3°)
5kHz to 10kHz: ±1%rdg.±0.02%f.s. (±1.0°) DC to 45Hz: ±0.2%rdg.±0.02%f.s.(±0.3°)
5kHz to 10kHz: ±2%rdg.±0.1%f.s. (±2.0°)
1 k to 10 kHz: ±2.5 % (±2.5°)
500kHz to 1M Hz: 300kHz to 500k Hz: 20kHz to 100kHz: ±30%rdg.±0.1%f.s. (±30°)
10 k to 20 kHz: ±5.0 % (±5.0°)
±0.5%rdg.±0.05%f.s. ,
±0.2°
(30 minutes after power is turned on and after magnetization)
DC to 1kHz: ±1.0% ( ±0.5°)
176W×69H×27Dmm, 470g
±30%rdg.±0.05%f.s. Note2 ±30%rdg.±0.05%f.s. Note2
φ 40mm
220W×103H×43.5Dmm,
860g
Cord length: 3 m
φ 24mm
φ 24mm
70W×100H×53Dmm, 340g
Note1 : Includes derating characteristics
φ 36mm
160W×112H×50Dmm, 850g
Note2: No phase precision regulations
Options for voltage measurements
Voltage Cord 9438-50 (Red x1 and black x 1, 600 V specification)
Voltage Cord 9438-70 (Red x 1 and black x 1, 1000 V specification)
Grabber Clip 9243 (Red x 1 and black x 1)
Cord length: 3 m
Cord length: 3 m
Usage:
Indoor wiring in buildings and
factories for measurements up to
600 V.
CAT II 1000V
CAT III 600V
CAT III 600V
CAT II 1000V
CAT III 600V
Enlarged view of the end
9243
9438-70
9438-50
Usage:
Attaches to the end of the Voltage
Cord 9438-50 or 9438-70.
Usage:
Indoor wiring in buildings and
factories for measurements up to
600 V; can also be used for internal
voltage measurements of equipment
up to 1000 V.
PC connection and other options
Printer option
PC Card 256M 9727 (Capacity: 256 MB)
PC Card 512M 9728 (Capacity: 512 MB)
PC Card 1G 9729 (Capacity: 1 GB)
LAN CABLE 9642
CONNECTION CORD 9217 (For input of the 9791 and 9793 with a length of 1.5 m)
CONNECTION CABLE 9683 (For synchronized measurement with a length of 1.5 m)
CARRYING CASE 9794 (Hard case dedicated to the 3390)
Rack mount brackets
PRINTER 9670
AC ADAPTER 9671 (For the Printer 9670, AC 100 V to 240 V)
RS-232C CABLE 9638 (To connect the 9670, 1.8 m (5.91 ft) length)
RECORDING PAPER 9237 (80 mm×25 m, 4 rolls)
Supplied with PC
Card adapter
9729
9670
9642
9683
PC Card Precaution
9794
For display copy, includes 1 roll of
recording paper, Power supply AC
Adapter 9671
9671
9638
9237
Ready for truck, air, or other
transportation services
Use only PC Cards sold by HIOKI.
Compatibility and performance
are not guaranteed for PC cards
made by other manufacturers. You
may be unable to read from or save
data to such cards.
Hard trunk to protect your
3390 during transportation
(With casters)
9217
When purchasing the PRINTER 9670, please also purchase the AC ADAPTET
9671. To connect to the 3390, please purchase the RS-232C CABLE 9638.
■ Factory options (please specify at the time of order)
MOTOR TESTING OPTION 9791
D/A OUTPUT OPTION 9792
MOTOR TESTING & D/A OUTPUT OPTION 9793
● Combination example 2.
Ordering Information
POWER ANALYZER 3390
Accessories: Instruction Manual × 1, Measurement Guide × 1, Power cord × 1, USB cable × 1, D-sub
connector × 1 (when 9792 or 9793 is installed), Color label × 2
Note: Dedicated PC application software and communication command manual are available for the
3390. Please download them from the HIOKI website.
Inverter input and output evaluation and measurements (Three-phase there-wire
(3P3W2M) two-circuit)
3390 × 1 + 9438-50 (voltage cord) × 4 + 9709 (500 A sensor) × 4 + 9729 (1 GB card) × 1
+ 9794 case × 1
Please purchase separately-sold voltage cord and current sensor for measurements. A HIOKI-issued
PC card is also necessary in order to save measured data.
General measurements (Three-phase three-wire (3P3W3M) single-circuit)
3390 × 1 + 9438-50 (voltage cord) × 3 + 9272-10 (200 A sensor) × 3 + 9729 (1 GB card) × 1
+ 9794 case × 1
9438-50×3
9709×4
9438-50×4
9729×1
9794×1
● Combination example 3.
● Combination example 1.
3390×1
3390×1
9272-10×3
9729×1
Motor evaluation and measurements (DC input / three-phase motor evaluation
(DC, 3P3W3M measurements))
3390 × 1 +9793 (motor and D/A option) + 9438-50 (voltage cord) × 4 + 9709 (500 A sensor) ×
4 + 9729 (1 GB card) × 1
9794×1
3390×1
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HEAD OFFICE :
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9793×1
9438-50×4
9709×4
9729×1
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All information correct as of 10. June, 2010. All specifications are subject to change without notice.
3390E5-06B-00P
Printed in Japan
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