We carry out analyzes to determine the current situation, but also when unexpected electrical problems arise, we analyze the situation and measure to find out what caused it. We determine the power quality parameters on the basis of a network analysis. During the measurement period, we send the data directly to our server where we can immediately monitor and analyze the measurements. From there we can offer solutions.

By sending the data directly to our server, we can analyze it very quickly and detect problems, which gives us a unique advantage. If you would like advice on certain electrical questions, you can contact us for independent and well-founded advice. Our measuring devices are always in optimal condition and are regularly calibrated against our power quality calibrator.  This also allows a control measurement to be carried out before and after an analysis.

Karybel has an extensive range of measuring instruments at its disposal, including:

- Fluke 434-II power quality analysers

- Vecto III power quality analysers

- Dranetz PX5 Power quality analyser

- Calmet Power quality calibrator

- Field strength meters

- Light intensity meter and recorder

- Temperature loggers

- Energy loggers (15 channel)



  • Determination of load condition of transformers

  • Determine flicker level

  • Determination of the losses in the installation

  • Fault tracing when disabling solar protection

  • Debugging faulty inverters and project guidance to replacement

  • Analysis of UPS system failure

  • Analysis of PQ parameters and measuring the presence of transients

  • Analysis of High frequency faults in the installation

  • Detect cause of early differential shutdown

  • Detect cause of defective capacitor battery

  • Exclude certain network phenomena as the cause of damage

  • Preventive measurement of electrical installation and PQ parameters for connecting wind turbines

  • Permanent monitoring of installation + corresponding support on call

  • Analyzes on LED lighting systems

  • Detecting electrical circuits under voltage