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Fluke 1732 Three-Phase Energy Logger

The Fluke 1732 Three-Phase Electrical Energy logger is designed for NEC panel capacity studies that requires current logging with 15-minute averages. But it can measure much faster to capture peaks and inrushes. For energy logging, get all power parameters such as kW, kWh, VAR, Pf etc. to discover where you're wasting energy, and see where to optimize your facility's energy use and reduce your bill. The new Energy Analyze software package allows you to compare multiple data points over time to build a complete picture of energy usage. You can also export values to spreadsheets for other calculations.
Base price $3,199.00
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The Fluke 1732 Three-Phase Electrical Energy Logger introduces a new simplicity to discovering sources of electrical energy waste. No other energy logger on the market can deliver a 600 V CAT IV/1000 V CAT III safety rating, directly download data from the instrument to a USB stick or store more logging sessions. With the 1732, you can:

  • Easily discover when and where energy is being consumed in your facility, from the service entrance to the individual circuits.
  • Compare multiple data points over time and build the complete picture of energy usage with Fluke Energy Analyze software package.
  • Quickly understand specific points of energy loss, reduce energy bills more easily than ever. 
  • The Fluke 1732 is the best choice when looking for a dedicated energy logger for performing energy surveys and load studies.
  • Take Energy Surveys to the Next Level

If you’re looking to take your energy surveys to the next level, show up with the 1732 Energy Logger and a VT02 Visual IR Thermometer or the Ti125 Infrared Camera to quickly identify opportunities for energy savings both electrically and thermally. When using a thermal imaging camera or a visual IR thermometer along with the 1730 Energy Logger, you’ll be able to discover potential problems that could be wasting energy and then quantify them electrically with the 1732 Energy Logger. The perfect tool set to discover hidden operational wastes such as lighting, air conditioning and other large loads that could be switched off when not in use.