A New Power Quality Instrument Based on Raspberry-Pi
AbstractThis article describes a new instrument for power quality (PQ) measurements based on the Raspberry-Pi. This is the latest step of a long study started by the Electric and Electronic Measurements Laboratory of “Roma Tre” University 12 years ago. During this time, the Laboratory developed and refined instrumentation for high accuracy power quality measurements. Through its own architecture, the new instrument allows the use of the Raspberry instead of a personal computer (PC). The data acquired and locally processed are then sent to a remote server where they can be shown to users. Imagines of the system and of the data prove the activity of the system. View Full-Text
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Leccese, F.; Cagnetti, M.; Di Pasquale, S.; Giarnetti, S.; Caciotta, M. A New Power Quality Instrument Based on Raspberry-Pi. Electronics 2016, 5, 64.
Leccese F, Cagnetti M, Di Pasquale S, Giarnetti S, Caciotta M. A New Power Quality Instrument Based on Raspberry-Pi. Electronics. 2016; 5(4):64.Chicago/Turabian Style
Leccese, Fabio; Cagnetti, Marco; Di Pasquale, Stefano; Giarnetti, Sabino; Caciotta, Maurizio. 2016. "A New Power Quality Instrument Based on Raspberry-Pi." Electronics 5, no. 4: 64.
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