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  • Keeping the city lights on - Megger cable test equipment

    Keeping the city lights on

    The importance of testing

    From power station to plug, Megger test equipment helps you commission and maintain the electrical network, monitor its condition and maintain supply to your customers.

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  • The backbone of power distribution

    The backbone of power distribution

    Avoid the losses associated with unplanned outages

    Whether you’re working on HV cable networks or transformers, circuit breakers or protection relays in the substations, Megger test equipment can maximise your return on investment by helping to optimise the reliability of the network.

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  • Megger test instruments, work where ever you work

    Megger test instruments

    Work wherever you work

    Working in remote locations, you need rugged, portable equipment that you can rely on. Megger engineer equipment that performs in even the most inhospitable environments, leaving you free to carry out critical maintenance tasks in the field.

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  • Safety first, second and third

    Safety first, second and third

    Protecting your business

    With protection built in from the ground up, Megger products are designed to the latest international standards to keep you safe when you’re testing, so they can deliver a reliable supply to the customer and maintain a safe network.

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Megger makes PAT testing easier than ever

Simple and fast to use, reliable and tough, compact handheld PAT testers in the groundbreaking new PAT100 series from Megger are the ideal choice for carrying low to medium volume testing in offices, shops, business units and similar environments. Their very short learning curve and their tough construction – they feature hardened, scratchproof glass to protect the display and rubber armouring for the cases – means they’re also well suited for use by training organisations.

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The ultimate testbox for substations

Portable test equipment expert Megger has launched a new protection relay and substation test system that combines exceptional versatility with rugged reliable construction, portability and ease of use. In a single compact unit, the new SVERKER900 provides engineers with a comprehensive range of tools that cover all major requirements for single- and three-phase testing in distribution substations, renewable power generation installations and industrial applications.

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Megger takes dc insulation testing to a new level

In response to the growing recognition of the benefits of 15 kV dc insulation testing, Megger, a world leader in portable electrical test equipment, has introduced two new instruments with 15 kV testing capabilities – the MIT1525 and the S1-1568.

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Safely check for live circuits new two-pole tester

Compact, convenient and versatile, Megger’s new TPT320 two-pole tester provides electrical contractors with a safe and reliable way of checking AC and DC voltages from 12 V to 690 V. Designed from the outset with safety in mind, the new tester not only has a CAT IV 600 V safety rating in line with EN 61010-1:2010, it also complies fully with the recently introduced EN 61243-3:2010 standard that specifically covers the safety of two-pole voltage testers.

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Megger tames loop testing

By using a user selectable test current from 80 A up to 1,000 A, the new Megger NIM1000 network impedance meter allows users to make accurate loop impedance and fault current measurements on live circuits, close to the source of supply, even in large electrical installations such as those found in major hospitals and on big industrial sites.

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Megger multifunction testers get down to earth

In response to the growing need for earth electrode resistance measurements, Megger has added a new model to its popular and successful MFT1700 family of multifunction installation testers. When used in conjunction with the appropriate accessories, the new MFT1735 provides comprehensive facilities for two-pole, three-pole, stakeless and ART earth electrode resistance measurements, as well as all the functionality needed to test electrical installations in line with the 17th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations.

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New Megger bridge finds HV cable faults quickly and accurately

Robust, readily portable and easy to use, the HVB10 high-voltage bridge from Megger allows cable and sheath faults in power cables to be prelocated reliably and accurately, even in difficult applications. The instrument, which also has facilities for sheath fault testing and sheath fault pinpointing, is particularly suitable for use on long HV cables, and in situations where pulse-reflection methods of fault prelocation do not give satisfactory results.

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Dependable measurements wherever you work

With class-leading noise rejection "twice that of most comparable instruments" and enhanced software filtering with four user-selectable options, Megger's new S1 series 5 kV and 10 kV dc insulation resistance testers deliver dependable results in even the most severe electrical environments, including extra high-voltage substations.

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Electrical test equipment - from power station to plug. 

The extensive Megger product portfolio provides electrical test equipment for an exceptionally wide range of applications at any point of the electricity network. From small handheld low voltage equipment such as multifunction installation testers through to high voltage asset test equipment like insulation resistance testers, circuit breaker analysers, protection relay test systems to transformer condition measurement devices.

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Megger designs and manufactures portable electrical test equipment in factories located in Germany, Sweden, the UK, and USA. Megger products help you install, improve efficiency, reduce cost and extend the life of your or your customers’ electrical assets.

Established in the late 1800s, the company has been designing and making test and measurement instruments that perform electrical measurements for preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and commissioning for decades. Megger products have supported customers all over the world to improve their facilities’ efficiency, reduce costs, extend the life of apparatus and through trending and analysis, anticipate equipment failure and future performance. It now has local offices in many locations with technical support teams and distributors all over the world.

Working with customers

Megger believes that by working closely with customers it can deliver the best customer solutions and after-sales service today, and in the future. Megger is committed to anticipating client needs by listening to customers and industry specialists while continually investing in innovative research and development, design engineering and manufacturing techniques.

Megger brand

Our strategy is to produce all our products with a single brand name, Megger. The advantages to you are that you know the products and software will work well together, and all the products have a similar yet distinctive 'look and feel' with their dark and light grey casings. We don't waste colour on trying to make our test instruments pretty – we reserve it for useful functions such as range selectors and displays. Our design engineers come from many different nations, and they regularly exchange ideas and tips with colleagues from other countries. That means you get the latest innovations, one of the reasons that Megger products are so advanced. As more companies join the Megger family, you may find some test equipment sold by us that have not yet transitioned to the Megger identity system. Don’t worry – our top priority is ensuring that product quality is right. We’ll get round to making sure the colours are the same later.

How the greatest brands in test and measurement came together

Our systems are geared to keeping things local – localised engineering, localised marketing, localised decision-making. Our employees are proud of the companies and brands that go to make our company history and many of these names are still trademarks or registered trademarks of the company in many countries.