Outram Research Ltd
Outram Research Ltd are an electronic design house drawing from over 30 years' experience in the supply of high precision, high-reliability data acquisition systems in order to ensure client satisfaction with every product provided. With systems available running from extremely slow to 100 million samples per second, the power analysers available for hire and to purchase from Outram are designed with everything needed to monitor and record power quality parameters.
The professional team offer an extensive product range, including Power quality, harmonics and flicker monitors, fault level and power quality monitors and hybrid power quality analysers and power quality meters to name a few. Outram Research Ltd also supply power quality software designed to provide all the features needed to analyse, report and manage data from Outram power quality monitoring products.
Outram Research Ltd also offer design solutions involving the following
- Analogue Signal Processing
- Windows Applications
- Programmable Logic Design (FPGA) (EPLD)
- Harmonics and Power Quality Monitoring
- Digital Signal Processing
And more. For expert advice and assistance on choosing the best power quality monitor for you and your business, look no further than the professional and knowledgeable team at Outram Research Ltd.
Have you given it long enough to charge up slightly so it can automatically start its recording?
if you have left the unit on a shelf for a long period of time without charging it, it might take a few minutes to come back to life again. once the unit is plugged in and the battery has reached a reasonable level of charge, the lights on the front of the unit will start flashing again.
you might have to wait a minute or two for this to happen. once they do, check the green lights are flashing appropriately as your recording should then start up automatically.
Can the pm3000 interface to my network?
Yes it can. we can provide an ethernet to serial converter to enable your pm3000 to connect to your network. we’ve had a lot of success with moxa de311, just ask us for one.
Is the frequency measurement in the pm7000 derived from the v or i signal?
The pm7000 can track using any of v1, v2 or v3. v4 or the current channels are never used. the analyser will use v1 unless v2 or v3 are more than twice as big. also if the selected channel has less than (about) 4 volts rms then no frequency tracking is done, the pm7000 will keep running at the last known frequency.
this answer applies only to the pm7000, there are minor differences for the other products.
How long does the pm7000 stay in ‘discovery mode’ for bluetooth operations?
The pm7000 stays in ‘discovery mode’ for bluetooth for 1hr. it is stimulated and woken up by lifting and closing the lid on the unit. the bluetooth led on the top panel will flash twice every 4 seconds to show that the bluetooth is awake, then once connected that light will remain on. if the logger is on mains power or charger power the bluetooth will stay on all the time.
My functions panel has disappeared in the new version of pronto. can i get it back?
Any version of pronto for windows starting with 6. will have a screen specific functions panel which appears on the right hand side of the screen. if for any reason this has disappeared you can switch it on again by clicking on ‘view’ in the tool bar at the top of the page and selecting ‘functions panel’. this will bring it back into view.
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UK (Bosham, West Sussex) based business - with over 30 years' experience - providing power quality analyser products. Website includes details of products and services provided, accreditations gained, testimonials, FAQs, associations, full contact details. Company website has been online since 2005 according to web.archive.org.
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EREC G5/5: Our PM7000 can now measure Harmonics to the 100thpublished on 7 April 2020
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