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.
Our Business comprises three distinct but complimentary verticals;
1. Industrial Products & Equipment (IP&E);
2. Power Services & Calibrations (PS&C);
3. Energy Management Solutions (EMS):
The industry sectors we service are Manufacturing, Mining, Oil & Gas, Transport, Health, Utilities, Infrastructure and Commercial.
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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.
Australia Wide - Australian Owned for 70 Years
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Measuring phase unbalance and harmonics at the premises is not enough. You need to know the direction of harmonic power flow. This is very necessary because an installation imports and exports harmonic power. Although not strictly speaking correct, you can simplify the picture as follows; the electricity demand metered is the supplier’s harmonics-distorted voltage multiplied by the installation’s current plus current harmonics. However to really know what’s going on you need measure power with an instrument capable of measuring harmonic phase angles. Going counter-clockwise, angles between 270°(-90°) and + 90° signify imported harmonic power and those going from +90° to 270° constitute exported harmonics. ... read more