The digital recorder (small photo) is controlled by a built-in industrial PC. The measuring system is also equipped with a comprehensive software package. This makes it possible to record, analyze and store measured data, and to automatically plot certain results.
Cigré in Paris is the world's leading event in the area of energy systems. With 8,000 attendees in 2014, according to the organizer, Cigré is a "must-see," even for HIGHVOLT.
"The conference and associated exhibits are extremely important for us. This is where we learn everything about the newest technological and technical developments. We can also catch up on the state of international standardization," says Thomas Steiner, Technical Director at HIGHVOLT.
"Of course, for our part we will also make use of the possibility for presenting HIGHVOLT's innovative products and offerings to a very wide technical public," adds managing director Ralf Bergmann. "For this year, we will present a top-notch product in the AD3000. It provides a lot of benefits for a very wide range of users, even those beyond high-voltage engineering."
The application areas of the AD3000 extend from measurements in high-power and high-current test bays and EMC measurements, all the way to component testing in the automotive industry. The AD3000 is distinguished by its ability to record high-speed transient processes and, thanks to its different types of measuring channels, to measure different signals at the same time, too.