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Model PD is a non-contact phase rotation meter that detects the phase of electrical current flow within insulated wires without using metallic contact voltage clips. The green arrow indicates normal phase, which can be useful for visual reports that document the proper completion of electrical work. The arrow in the center of the instrument turns green to indicate normal phase. In this way, normal phase can be recognized at a glance. In addition, the arrow shows up clearly in photographs, making the PD ideal for documenting proper installation in end-of-project reports. Photo:

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Hioki previously launched the as a no-metal-contact phase detector in , followed by the with a larger voltage sensor in Up to that time, most similar instruments had metal clips that had to be affixed to measurement terminals, raising concerns about electric shocks and short-circuits. The gained a large customer base following its launch because it allowed users to avoid such hazards.

The newly launched PD and PD make it even easier to check measurement results by adding illumination to the arrow located in the middle of the instrument. The PD has voltage clips with a measurable diameter of 2.

What Is a Phase Detector? A phase detector is an instrument that measures a 3-phase, 3-wire connection to ensure that the phases are connected in the proper order. Three-phase, three-wire connections use three wires to supply three AC voltages, and a phase detector is used to verify that the three AC voltages are operating in the correct order in normal phase.

Use of equipment with the three lines out of phase invites equipment damage and other issues. Features of the PD and PD 1. Illuminated arrow for intuitive detection When the PD series detect normal phase, the arrow in the middle of the instruments turn green, making it easy to verify normal phase. Since the indicator is designed so that it appears clearly when photographed, the instruments are convenient to use in photographs taken for use as visual proof in reports. This feature helps prolong battery life.

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Hioki previously launched the as a no-metal-contact phase detector in , followed by the with a larger voltage sensor in Up to that time, most similar instruments had metal clips that had to be affixed to measurement terminals, raising concerns about electric shocks and short-circuits. The gained a large customer base following its launch because it allowed users to avoid such hazards. The newly launched PD and PD make it even easier to check measurement results by adding illumination to the arrow located in the middle of the instrument. The PD has voltage clips with a measurable diameter of 2. What Is a Phase Detector?

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