All-Test Pro On-Line III
ENERGIZED ELECTRICAL SIGNATURE ANALYSIS (ESA) TESTING INSTRUMENT
The All-Test Pro On-Line III (ATPOL III) power quality and electric motor analyzer is the most complete electrical signature and power analysis instrument for AC/DC motors, generators, and transformers.
- Handheld & Lightweight (~1lb)
- Fast – 60 second tests
- Testing distance – virtually unlimited between motor and load (including submersible equipment)
- Early alert – detects faults at earliest stages before motor failure
- User safety – Bluetooth® wireless communication enables remote operation including data collection
- Quick asset management – Test Plan Manager allows for route-based testing and trending
ADVANTAGES OF THE ALL-TEST PRO ON-LINE III
Test your motor quickly and easily with the most complete energized motor and power diagnostic instrument, all in a handheld, lightweight package.
The ALL-TEST PRO On-Line III electrical signature analysis (ESA) tool delivers superior AC diagnostics for the evaluation of your motor health, including electrical and mechanical rotor health, stator health, air gap, and the entire driven load, whether geared, bladed, or belted.
The ATPOL III software analyzes and reports on the electrical and mechanical conditions of the entire motor or generator system.
This power quality and electric motor analyzer is the most complete electrical signature and power analysis instrument for AC/DC motors, generators, and transformers.
The ATPOL III™ offers many software and data analysis advantages compared to the competition, including key determinations that are made automatically, including:
- Line frequency, running speed and pole pass frequency
- Software automatically looks for patterns related to stator slot and rotor bar fault frequencies
- Automatic detection of static or dynamic eccentricity faults
- Evaluation of incoming power, including harmonics
- Calculates efficiency for AC induction & DC motors
- Power analysis includes sag/swell and transient detection, plus energy consumption data logging