More often than not, regularly scheduled inspection and maintenance of equipment proves to be crucial, as it allows for problems that do not show any symptoms to be discovered and corrected before it’s too late. Thus, keeping equipment performing at optimal levels while saving companies money.READ MORE >>
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Circuit breakers are used in homes, office buildings, and electric facilities. These instruments are prone to break down as they gather moisture, contaminants, and dirt while in use. If not maintained regularly, ciruit breakers insulation becomes weak as a result of the heat that is created due to arc interruption. Chemicals like hydrogen sulphide or chlorine can also be major factors in the damage and corrosion of insulation as well as metal components of circuit breakers.READ MORE >>
When it comes to testing transformers and rotating machine windings, the Raytech WR14 15 Amp Winding Resistance Meter performs low-current resistance measurements on connections, contacts and control circuits.READ MORE >>
The AEMC DTR 8510 High-Performance Ratiometer is a portable digital ratio meter for testing power, voltage and current transformers.READ MORE >>
The Megger TORKEL 950 Battery Load Unit is utilized to perform load and discharge testing on batteries of up to 500V with a maximum discharge current of 220A.
With this additional capacity the TORKEL 950 is suitable for batteries in essential infrastructure such as telecommunications masts and it is possible to daisy-chain TORKEL or TXL Load Units to increase capacity.READ MORE >>
The Megger CFL535G Advanced Dual Channel TDR is a state of the art, dual channel, high resolution, compact Time Domain Reflectometer with a color screen for locating faults on paired metallic cables.
The CFL535G has a minimum resolution of 0.3 ft /0.1 m and a 60 kft/20 km maximum range depending on the velocity factor selected and the cable type.
Five output impedances are available (25, 50, 75, 100, 125 ohms) and an auto impedance matching feature, and the velocity factor can be set between 0.2 and 0.99 to meet any cable test requirements.