Latest news from Megger
Celebrating ten years of DualGround safety
It is now ten years since Megger launched the first circuit breaker test instrument featuring its unique and patented DualGround™ testing techniques.
A combined TTR and winding resistance tester in one box
The Megger MWA3 Series Transformer Winding Analyzer is designed to perform transformer ratio and winding resistance testing in one box quickly and efficiently. It is an advanced three-phase portable transformer test system that reduces set-up time, increases job-site safety and delivers improved productivity versus individual instrument testing.
Power quality analyser combines versatility with convenience
The new MPQ2000 three-phase portable power quality analyser from Megger offers unrivalled versatility with facilities for measuring, analysing and displaying all key power quality parameters on AC and DC systems operating at up to 1,000 V. It complies fully with IEC61000-4-30 Class A requirements for all measured parameters, and has a CAT IV 600 V safety rating in line with IEC61010.
Fast, effective fault location for LV cables
Designed specifically for use on underground LV cable networks, Megger’s new EZ-THUMP™ 3 cable fault location system makes it possible for even inexperienced users to accurately locate faults quickly and easily, thereby reducing the duration of power outages and the risk of costly penalties
Megger unites turns ratio and winding resistance testing
To save time and money for engineers and technicians whose work involves testing single- and three-phase power transformers, Megger has launched its new MWA300 range of transformer winding analysers.
Unrivalled confidence in loop testing
Key differences between this and other multifunction testers are completely new internal hardware architecture, a novel algorithm to generate the loop test results, and a display that shows the degree of confidence that can be placed on the results.
Earth leakage clampmeter trounces nuisance tripping
The DCM305E is easy to use and has been designed to provide accurate results even in difficult conditions. It offers true RMS (TRMS) measurement, which means that readings are unaffected by distortion in the supply waveform, and has a built-in low-pass filter that greatly improves the stability of results on circuits where high levels of harmonics or electrical noise are present.
Form filling simple and free with Megger
For those contractors who complete Electrical Installation Certificates and Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) reports, Megger’s new FormFiller software has just made life a lot easier. Not only can this versatile and intuitive software be downloaded free of charge from the company’s website, it is also entirely free to use, forever.
Power quality analyser gives Class A versatility
The new MPQ1000 handheld three-phase power quality analyser from Megger makes power quality analysis easier, more convenient and more effective than ever before. Highly intuitive in operation, the MPQ1000 delivers exceptional versatility and performance in a robust yet ergonomic package. In addition, the new instrument is IEC 61000-4-30 Class A compliant for all measurements and it has a CAT IV 600V safety rating. These features make it ideal for a wide variety of applications including substation monitoring, load studies and load balancing as well as for investigating switchgear and component failures.
Introducing Transformer Life Management Bulletins
Introducing Megger Transformer Life Management (TLM) Bulletins and how they can help you:
To aid in the building, growth, maintenance and organisation of a library (corporate or personal), Megger has developed a comprehensive series of Transformer Life Management (TLM) bulletins that broadly cover the fundamentals of managing the life of a transformer. The bulletins span topics from moisture in transformers to each of the many electrical tests available to assess the condition of a transformer or instrument transformer. Moisture in transformers, for example, is a huge subject so there is value in overview summary publications that introduce the topic. If you collect all publications you can find on a topic, Megger TLM bulletins would be suitable to place at the front of each collection to introduce and frame that subject.