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    Ailtech Gertsch PAV-4BR / PAV4BR Phase Angle Voltmeter with SF1 Module & 400Hz Filter - PARTS UNIT

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    Ailtech Gertsch PAV-4BR / PAV4BR Phase Angle Voltmeter with SF1 Module & 400Hz Filter - PARTS UNIT


    Part Number: sku2739
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    Product Description

    PARTS UNIT: SOLD AS-IS, FINAL SALE.

    The PAV-4 series of Phase Angle Voltmeter provides complete capability for measurement of the amplitude and phase characteristics of AC voltages. Wide frequency coverage (30 Hz to 300kHz), large dynamic range (300 ┬ÁV to 300 V), harmonic filtering and high input impedance (10 megohms) with or without input isolation are standard.

    Mainframe and plug-ins of the PAV-4 series are designed for various types of applications.
    The PAV-4B has signal and reference inputs which are isolated from ground. The frequency range is 300Hz to 300 kHz in the total mode.


    NOTE: The above specifications are for the PAV-4B, Not 4BR - Additional specifications available upon request.

    This PAV includes the SF-1 Plug-in with 400 Hz filter.

     

    Mainframe Differences

    Mainframes and plug-ins of the PAV-4 series are designed for various types of applications.  Basic differences are are listed below.

    PAV-4A: The PAV-4A has direct inputs and a frequency range of 30 Hz to 300 kHz in the total (unfultered mode.  It has the broadest frequency range of the three mainframes.

    PAV-4B: The PAV-4B has signal and reference inputs which are isolated from ground.  The frequency range is 300 Hz to 300 kHz in the total mode.

    PAV-4C: The PAV-4C has isolated inputs and a frequency range of 57 Hz to 20 kHz in the total mode.

    We have the specifications for the non-R version, which are available upon request.

     
     

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