MDAs Handle Three-Phase Motor Drives

MDAs Handle Three-Phase Motor Drives
Teledyne LeCroy

The MDA800 Series motor drive analyzers (MDAs) combine three-phase power analyzer static (steady-state) calculations, dynamic three-phase power and mechanical motor analysis capabilities, and a 1-GHz bandwidth embedded control system debugger in a single instrument. Based on the company’s HDO8000 oscilloscope platform, the MDAs come standard with eight input channels (16 digital channels optional) with 12-bit resolution, 2.5 Gsample/s sample rate, up to 1 GHz bandwidth, and up to 250 Mpts/ch acquisition memory. A complete set of serial trigger/decode and analysis software options, and a wide variety of voltage and current probes are also available. Standard Teledyne LeCroy passive or active voltage probes and current probes may be used for power measurements. The MDA is priced at $29,850 for the 350 MHz model, $32,850 for the 500 MHz model, and $35,850 for the 1 GHz model. For more details and specs, visit

Teledyne LeCroy
Chestnut Ridge, NY

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Company: Teledyne LeCroy
Country: United States (USA)

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