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Proceedings of the 17th IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference [Cat. No. 00CH37066]
The increased application of higher frequency nonlinear loads, such as electronic florescent ballasts and higher speed adjustable drives, has resulted in the need to monitor the higher power system harmonics which were largely ignored in earlier power monitors. Addressing this need requires a meter with substantially higher sample rate and greater computational power. This paper describes a zero-blind, three-phase, three-element power meter that samples three voltages and four currents at 256doi:10.1109/imtc.2000.846807 fatcat:tuzsqfua6jdajk2n5ctoq5chwm