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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
With the launch of the new TM1700 range of circuit breaker analysers from Megger, users with regular circuit breaker testing requirements no longer have to choose between low-end instruments designed only for simple applications and versatile but costly high-end instruments.
For transformer manufacturers, test laboratories, power utilities and others with a need to measure capacitance and dissipation factor at high voltages, Megger's new CDAX 605 test set provides a convenient, cost-effective and versatile solution. Faster and easier to use than even self-balancing capacitance bridges, more versatile and at least as accurate, the innovative CDAX 605 combines an exceptionally wide measuring range with fully automatic operation.