Hand-held transformer tester

  • Tests turns ratio, phase displacement, excitation current, vector group, winding resistance and polarity
  • Fully automatic; fast; easy-to-use; handheld; robust; lightweight
  • Battery powered with power-saving and shutdown function
  • Alphanumeric keyboard
  • RS232 for data transfer and printing
  • Stores 200 test results and 100 user-defined transformer test settings

The TTR100-1 is a handheld, robust, lightweight and battery-operated instrument. This TTR will complement several existing Megger transformer test products and will offer functions, such as winding resistance and polarity. These functions, as well as the phase angle measurement function, can be switched off when not required.

With a turn ratio of 20,000:1, the TTR100-1 offers the highest turns ratio accuracy in the industry of 0.2%. The TTR100-1 features special software capabilities.

The TTR100-1 is used to perform final test and calibration of transformers in the manufacturing process, such as a QA or Test Department. Using the new TTR100-1 in this environment will improve the productivity of such QA testing, as well as efficiently collect and store large amounts of data, which can be uploaded to a PC spreadsheet, or database program.

Technical Documents
Technical guide
A Guide to Transformer Ratio Measurements

COMLink 1.08 is the latest release. The file links below remain for TTR100 users and as a backup for customers in transition to PowerDB™ Lite, PowerDB™ Advanced or PowerDB™ Pro.

Please consider PowerDB™ Lite as your new enhanced interface to all your Megger Instruments that formerly were supported by COMLink. PowerDB™ Lite is free and can be downloaded from here: PowerDB™ Software Downloads Page Additional capabilities are available by purchasing PowerDB™ Advanced or PowerDB™ Pro.

COMLink Version V1.08 (zip)
11.5 MB | 01/03/22
Manual, English (pdf)
3.6 MB | 01/03/22
Using ComLink on Windows 7
112.1 KB | 01/03/22
TTR100 hand held
Manual, English
1.9 MB | 01/03/22
TTR100 version V1.14
416.7 KB | 01/03/22