About Power Parameters
Power Parameters is an all Australian owned company with a legacy of 100 years. Originally as H. Rowe & Co, then as Nilsen Technologies and in 2003 was acquired under a management buyout and became Power Parameters. Today it is part of the Mayfield Holdings Group.
The Power Parameters Brand logo is Quality & Precision in Power.
Our business is a Solutions Provider for Electrical Power Products and Specialist Services in - Critical Power; Power Quality; Fault Location; Diagnostics & Control. Whilst Test & Measurement features in everything we do our business is focused in five discrete competency areas;
- 1. Critical Power products and services; 2. Power Quality products and services; 3. Cable Fault Location products and services; 4. Diagnostics & Control products and services; 5. NATA Calibration and specialist field services in UPS, PFC & AHF: The industry sectors we service are Manufacturing, Mining, Oil & Gas, Transport, Health, Utilities, Infrastructure and Commercial. Find Out More
Power Parameter’s NATA calibration laboratory
A trusted name and reputation for over 35 years
Power Parameters expands its scope and depth of electrical and temperature parameter calibration services
Power Parameters NATA-registered calibration laboratory sets new parameters in sensitivity for electrical and temperature measurement.
The Power Parameters NATA laboratory has a continuous history of over 35 years, and has always specialised in electrical measurements calibration. In line with the increasing sophistication and sensitivity of field test and laboratory test and measurement equipment, Power Parameters has reached new levels of sensitivity, particularly at very low measurement values approaching zero. In addition the calibration scope has been expanded to include transfer temperature measurement. Click the link below to get the full scope of electrical calibration tests:
Power Parameters is a NATA-registered calibration facility. The NATA laboratory provides calibration services for a very wide range of instrumentation and testers including field instruments such as clamp testers, insulation and resistance measurement as well as low resistance, earth resistance and leakage current.
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Chroma versatile 3-phase AC and AC + DC sources to 90 kVA test IEC compliance
The amazingly versatile Chroma 61511/12 DC and AC power source to 90 kVA tests to stringent IEC compliance regulations for commercial, avionics and military equipment.
BAUR PD-TaD60 Portable Monitored Withstand Tester
Highly accurate cable reliability testing.
Parallel observation of partial discharge and location to 12800 metres and loss angle (tan delta).
Monitored withstand testing voltage change (0.5, 1.0, and 1.5) of rated voltage up to 60 kV peak) with user-defined periods.
Trust Power Parameters for effective harmonic mitigation Ablerex Active Harmonic Filters and Power Factor Correction
Power parameters like voltage phase balance, harmonics and inter-harmonics, flicker, voltage swells, brownouts, etc. can critically affect electrical plant. Motors can draw 20% or more additional full load current due to voltage phase imbalance as little as 4%. Analyzing voltage as positive, negative and zero sequence and appropriate alarms when out of balance reaches a critical point can save significant dollars.
At Power Parameters, we have the instrumentation from the world leaders in power quality analysis AND the expertise to solve your power quality problems.
Camille Bauer intelligent power meters
4-quadrant, ideal for switchboard and motor control board applications
Camille Bauer power meters can operate together with protection relays to provide smart motor control
Camille Bauer SINEAX AM series, 4-quadrant, AM 1000, 2000 (both class 1) and 3000 (class 0.5S) for 3-wire, 4-wire, single and 3-phase balanced, unbalanced and open wye circuits
Three-phase parameters including imbalance, symmetrical components, harmonics to the 50th order, active power and power factor, fundamental power, and reactive power
Phasor display of voltage and current including symmetrical components.
Periodic, event, and disturbance recording (with pretrigger) based on half-cycle with internal data storage via Micro SD card
Ethernet (Modbus/TCP, web server, NTP), RS485 (Modbus/RTU), digital I/O and 20 mA analogue with linear and segmented linear outputs.
Universal power supply: 24 to 48 V DC, 100 V AC or DC to 230 V AC or DC
Camille Bauer A Plus power quality and energy monitoring and SCADA 4-quadrant, for 3-wire, 4-wire, single and 3-phase balanced, unbalanced and open wye circuits
Harmonics, unbalance, earth faults, reactive power compensation, energy efficiency, and load profiling according to the requirements of IEC60688.
Line/phase voltage and current, THD(V), TDD(I), load factor, symmetrical components for V and I, imbalance (zero/positive sequence), phase angles, power factor, reactive and distortion reactive power per phase, harmonics to the 50th order
Measured quantities can be aggregated in steps of 2 cycles to 1024 cycles and synchronised via NTP servers or synchronising pulse.
Software for archiving of configuration and data, resetting including threshold values, and logic function outputs.
Profibus DP, Modbus/RTU via RS485 and Ethernet... read more
Without redundancy and service backup you don’t have a true uninterruptible power supply--trust GE and Power Parameters to look after you.
Uninterruptible Power and Service
From a few kVA to MVA ratings for mission critical applications--and service covering installation, commissioning, battery testing, maintenance and repair.
We know UPS, we install, commission and maintain. We supply UPS systems from the world’s leader, GE.
GE’s RPA configuration overcomes the disadvantages posed by single output junction modules, centralised control, and unequal load-sharing.
GE’s UPS technology provides for high efficiency even at half full-load, thus permitting high efficiency operation of GE’s most popular two-UPS unit RPA systems.
As many as eight units can be combined in a RPA system. This means that the UPS system can grow with the power demand needs of the application.
The superior performance of RPA with its decentralised by-pass, compared to traditional parallel UPS arrangements with centralised by-pass has been well documented and as mentioned earlier GE’s RPA system allows expansion beyond the two-unit configuration.... read more