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Fluke 1734 Power Logger Rental System

Designed specifically for load studies, panel capacity, energy and power consumption studies, the Fluke 1734 model is a versatile three-phase Power Logger.
PROBES INCLUDED:Comes with 3 Fluke 1730-iFlex® 1500 Current probes, 150/1500A range. 3000 Amp and 6000 Amp probes also available. The 1734 model is equipped with wireless Fluke Connect.
Base price $450.00
Price / kg:
Monthly Rental

The Fluke 1734 Three-Phase Electrical Power Loggers are simplicity itself. Each has an easy-to-understand, uncluttered user interface to get you monitoring quickly. They each have a 600 V CAT IV/1000 V CAT III safety rating. You can directly download data from the instrument to a USB stick. The 1734 model from Fluke provides you with the easy-to-understand data and graphs, using Fluke Energy Analyze Software, to take further action. They are an excellent choice for performing energy surveys, panel and load studies. With support from PowerCET you'll be assured of a successful monitoring project. We can train you on-line, and help with reports.  Note: For power quality studies choose the Fluke 1750.


With the 1734, you can:

    • Log RMS voltage and current. Plus watts, VA, VAr, power factor, Hz and kWh.
    • Measure base-line current consumption on panels before adding new loads or breakers.
    • 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 to reduce energy bills.

Take Energy Surveys to the Next Level

If you’re looking to take your energy surveys to the next level, why not bring a Fluke Infrared Camera. You’ll be able to discover potential areas of wasted energy use, heat loss, and at the same time quantify the associated electrical costs. Discover hidden operational wastes such as lighting, air conditioning and other large loads that could be switched off when not in use.