Power quality analyser

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Description

The power quality analyzer, model FLUKE 43B, is an extremely useful portable instrument to verify the correct nature of the power supply available in a given installation. It makes measurements and logs analyzing aspects such as voltage, frequency, harmonics, transients, etc. It can register two parameters up to 16 days.

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General view of the electronic design laboratory with several workbenches, electronic racks and cabinets for components and electronic parts
Electronic Design Laboratory

The laboratory has the necessary infrastructures for the development, integration and verification of electronic systems

Luis Fernando
Rodríguez Ramos
Enrique
Joven Álvarez
Front detail of the Programmable AC Power Source. Front part of two identical elongated electronic devices with the "master" and "slave" signs, control buttons and ventilation grilles, placed in a rack
Programmable AC Power Source

This programmable power supply allows to simulate a bad behaving AC supply, in order to test the response of the electronic system under development.

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Design, development and manufacture of electronic systems

Within its capacity of building scientific instrumentation, the IAC has extensive experience in the design and development of electronic systems in general and, especially, for astronomical instruments and devices

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