` MDA-510 Series Motor Drive Analyzer

Fluke

MDA-510 Series Motor Drive Analyzer

Simplify complex motor-drive troubleshooting with guided test set-ups and automatic drive measurement


This product is obsolete and has been replaced by:
MDA-550 Motor Drive Analyzer


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The new Fluke MDA 510 Motor-Drive Analyzer save time and eliminate the hassle of setting up complex measurements, while simplifying the troubleshooting process. Simply select a test and the step-by-step guided measurements show you where to make voltage and current connections, while the preset measurement profiles ensure you will capture all the data you need for each critical motor-drive section—from the input to the output, the DC bus, and the motor itself. From basic to advanced measurements, the MDA-510 has you covered, and with a built-in report generator you can quickly and easily generate as-found, and as-left reports with confidence.

 
The MDA-510 is the ideal portable motor-drive analysis test tools, and can help safely locate and troubleshoot typical problems on inverter type motor-drive systems.

• Measures inverter output voltage, DC bus voltage and ripple voltage, harmonics, unbalance
• Three powerful test tools in one: Motor-drive analyzer, waveform analyzer and recording data logger all in one
• Four input channels for voltage and current signals
• Measure key motor-drive parameters including voltage, current, DC Bus voltage level and AC ripple, voltage and current unbalance and voltage modulation
• Use simplified measurement setup with preset measurement profiles to automatically trigger data collection based on the chosen test procedure
• Create reports quickly and easily that are perfect for documenting troubleshooting and collaborative work with others
• Measure additional electrical parameters with full 500 MHz oscilloscope, meter and recording capability for complete range of electrical and electronic measurement on industrial systems
• Includes USB A, and USB mini B connectivity

 
 

DC voltage (V dc)
Maximum voltage with 10:1 or 100:1 probe 1000 V
Maximum resolution with 10:1 or 100:1 probe 1 mV
Full Scale Reading 999 Counts
Accuracy at 4 s to 10 us/div ±(3 % + 6 counts)
AC voltage (V ac)
Maximum voltage with 10:1 or 100:1 probe 1000 V
Maximum resolution with 10:1 or 100:1 probe 1 mV
Full scale reading 999 counts
50 Hz ±(3 % + 10 counts) - 0.6 %
60 Hz ±(3 % + 10 counts) - 0.4 %
60 Hz to 20 kHz ±(4 % + 15 counts)
20 kHz to 1 MHz ±(6 % + 20 counts)
1 MHz to 25 MHz ±(10 % + 20 counts)
True-rms voltage (V ac+dc)
Maximum voltage with 10:1 or 100:1 probe 1000 V
Maximum resolution with 10:1 or 100:1 probe 1 mV
Full scale reading 1100 counts
DC to 60 Hz ±(3 % + 10 counts)
60 Hz to 20 kHz ±(4 % + 15 counts)
20 kHz to 1 MHz ±(6 % + 20 counts)
1 MHz to 25 MHz ±(10 % + 20 counts)
PWM voltage (V pwm)
Purpose To measure on pulse width modulated signals, like motor drive inverter outputs
Principle Readings show the effective voltage based on the average value of samples over a whole number of periods of the fundamental frequency
Accuracy As Vac+dc for sinewave signals
Peak voltage (V peak)
Modes Modes
Maximum voltage with 10:1 or 100:1 probe 1000 V
Maximum resolution with 10:1 or 100:1 probe 10 mV
Accuracy
Max peak, min peak ±0.2 division
Pk-to-pk ±0.4 division
Full scale reading 800 counts
Current (AMP) with current clamp Ranges: Same as V ac, Vac+dc or V peak
Scale Factors: 0.1 mV/A, 1 mV/A, 10 mV/A, 20 mV/A, 50mV/A, 100 mV/A, 200 mV/A, 400 mV/A
Accuracy: Same as Vac, Vac+dc or V peak (add current clamp accuracy)
Frequency (Hz) Range: 1.000 Hz to 500 MHz
Full scale reading: 999 counts
Accuracy: ±(0.5 % + 2 counts)
Voltage/Herz ratio (V/Hz) Purpose: To show the measured V PWM value (see V PWM) divided by the fundamental frequency on variable ac motor speed drives
Accuracy: % Vrms + % Hz
Voltage unbalance drive input Purpose: To show the highest percentage difference of one of the phase vs average of the 3 true-rms voltages
Accuracy: Indicative percentage based on Vac+dc values
Voltage unbalance drive output and motor input Purpose: To show the highest percentage difference of one of the phase vs average of the 3 PWM voltages
Accuracy: Indicative percentage based on V PWM values
Current unbalance drive input Purpose: To show the highest percentage difference of one of the phase vs average of the 3 AC current values
Accuracy: Indicative percentage based on Aac+dc values
Rise and fall time Readings: Voltage difference (dV), time difference (dt), voltage vs time difference (dV/dt), overshoot
Accuracy: As oscilloscope accuracy
Harmonics and spectrum Harmonics: DC to 51st
Spectrum ranges: 1…9 kHz, 9-150 kHz (20 MHz filter on), up to 500 MHz (voltage modulation)
Shaft voltage Events / second: Indicative percentage based on rise and fall time (Impulse discharges) measurements
Report data capture Number of screens: Typical 50 screens can be saved in reports (depends on compression ratio)
Transfer to PC: Using 2 GB USB stick or mini-USB to USB cable and FlukeView™ 2 for ScopeMeter™ test too
Probe settings Voltage probe: 1:1, 10:1, 100:1, 1000:1, 20:1, 200:1
Current clamp: 0.1 mV/A, 1 mV/A, 10 mV/A, 20 mV/A, 50 mV/A, 100 mV/A, 200 mV/A, 400 mV/A
Shaft voltage probe: 1:1, 10:1, 100:1

• OEM field service engineers
• Motor repair
• Industrial plants



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