10 Reasons You May Not Be Measuring Power Accurately

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As energy efficiency becomes an important consideration for governments, industries, and markets, engineers are looking to maximize product efficiency by optimizing power consumption and reducing losses in every process. Accurate measurement of power is an important element of quality control from the design phase all the way through to production and field operation.

Join us and let’s explore together some of the key factors in power measurements to help you get the best accuracy out of your measurements.

Key areas covered include:

  • Understanding measurement, accuracy, and uncertainty (reading and range uncertainty)
  • How is power measured?
  • Other Influencers: Phase Shift (PF), CMRR, RMS vs Peak (Crest Factor), Temperature, External Sensors, Calibration and more.
  • + Other considerations


Yusuf Chitalwala

Marketing Manager, Test & Measurement

Bio: Yusuf H Chitalwala is the Marketing Manager for the Test & Measurement Division of Yokogawa Corporation of America, located in Newnan, GA, a southern suburb town of Atlanta. Yusuf is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma, Norman, with a BS Degree in Electrical Engineering. He also has an MS Degree in Electrical Engineering from George Washington University, Washington DC. He has over 21 years of experience in test and measurement industry, and continues to provide expertise in the areas of Data Acquisition and Power Measurements.

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Mr. Jeff Melrose is the Principal Technology Strategist for Cybersecurity at Yokogawa Corporation of America and has over 20 years of experience in Computer Security. Prior to his assignment with Yokogawa, Mr. Melrose was a Principal Security Engineer at Lockheed Martin and Raytheon designing secure systems for the US Military.

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