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How to use a Fluke 1735 Power Logger.
Skill required to complete this article: Electrical Aptitude and level is Beginner.

The Fluke 1735 Power Logger is able to log voltage, amperage, and frequency of a three phase line. It is recommended to leave the device plugged in while recording data, to prevent loss of power and data. The power adapter port and USB port(communications, not power) are located on the back side. User Manual

 

To log data:

1. Connect the amp and voltage cables to the top of the device.

Current cables

Voltage cables

2. Turn the dial in the middle to METER (V A Hz).

3. Press Record/Measure button. It will prompt you to erase previous log information. Press Enter/Save Screen to continue

4. Confirm logging time. Press ESC/Menu to change the frequency, you can choose between preset values or set your own, down to a 1 second average. The smaller the average, the less time able to log. Once set, hit Enter/Save Screen to continue.

5. The device is now logging and displays the results for each leg. Press the up or down arrow to change between the legs.

6. End the logging by pressing the Hold/Run button. Then hit Enter/Save Screen to confirm.

 

 

The data is now save and must be retrieved by connecting a Mini USB to the back of the device and using the Power Log Classic software. Download

1. Connect to the device by selecting Power Logger 1735 from the drop down in the top left corner.

2. Press the download data button to the right of the drop down list.

Select the Voltage and Current tab to see a graph of the voltage and current for each leg.
Select the Spreadsheet to see column style display of data for each recorded point during the logging. You can export this information to be viewed in Excel by going to File-Export Data or by pressing CTRL+E

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