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Separating Voltage Sags from Steady State Voltage Readings

Category: PQ Theory, Boomerang, Canvass

Separating Voltage Sags from Steady State Voltage Readings

Separating Voltage Sags from Steady State Voltage Readings

Discover how to analyze voltage sags from steady state readings using PMI's Boomerang and Canvass.

 

The Boomerang is a permanent monitor that constantly provides 1-second RMS voltage (and on select devices current and real power) readings to Canvass.

 

These readings may be viewed with an adjustable, sliding averaging window for “what-if ” and engineering analyses of system voltage all through the distribution network.

 

This white paper discusses how to use Canvass and Boomerang to perform longer-term trend analysis for CVR and for basic system profiling by adjusting the averaging interval (increasing it from the standard 1-second interval to a user-defined value) and observing the results graphically.

 

This White Paper Includes:

  • Calculating the Averaging Interval
  • Specifying an Averaging Interval
  • Selecting an Averaging Interval

Download White Paper Here