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Understanding AC Power Source Measurement, Part 3: Power Factor and Crest Factor

Posted by Grady Keeton on Apr 26, 2016 10:19:33 AM

Programmable AC power sources are primarily used to provide a low distortion, precisely controlled sinusoidal voltage to a unit under test, but some AC sources, such as the California Instruments I-iX Series II, perform measurements as well. Part 1 describes the benefits of using sources for measurement and how to make voltage and current measurements. Part 2 describes how to make frequency and power measurements. In Part 3, we'll discuss how to make power factor and crest factor measurements using an AC power source.

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Topics: AC power measurement, AC Power Sources

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