The AEMC PEL 105 Power and Energy Logger is an easy to use unit, and is housed in a an all-terrain IP67 casing capable of withstanding shocks, UV rays and extreme temperatures.READ MORE >>
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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.
Transformers are simple devices in concept, with two coils of insulated wire wound in close proximity on an iron core (windings). One wire (primary) is connected to a power source, such as the utility or a generator. The other wire (secondary) provides power, “transformed” in some way, to the load. Energy transfer from one wire to the other is through magnetic induction.READ MORE >>
Vibration in rotating machinery is simply the back and forth movement or oscillation of a machine and components, such as drive motors, driven devices (pumps, compressors, etc.), and the bearings, shafts, gears, belts and other elements that make up mechanical systems. Vibration itself is not the problem, but excess vibration is a symptom of internal issues, such as bearing failures, imbalance, misalignment and looseness that shorten equipment lifespan.READ MORE >>
Transformer configuration designations like “Delta” and “Wye” originate from the way the windings are connected inside the transformer. These connections determine the way the transformer will perform, and they also determine the methods of calculation required for properly applying a given transformer.READ MORE >>