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When evaluating the reliability of insulation, the Megger MIT1025 10kV Insulation Resistance Tester can be used to measure quality control at the time a piece of electrical equipment is produced, periodic preventive maintenance, and as a troubleshooting tool.
The Megger MIT1025 offers such advanced features as:READ MORE >>
The Megger MIT430-TC2 Insulation Resistance and Continuity Tester is designed specifically for use within the telecommunications industry.READ MORE >>
The Fluke 1587/MDT FC Advanced Motor and Drive Troubleshooting Kit includes a Fluke 1587 Insulation Multimeter FC 2-in-1 Insulation DMM, Fluke i400 Current Clamp, and a Fluke 9040 Phase Rotation Indicator.
The Fluke 1587 FC Insulation Multimeter features four diagnostic functions through the Fluke Connect Measurements application:READ MORE >>
The Megger BM15 Analog 5kV Insulation Resistance Tester is a general purpose, 5 kV insulation tester for electrical contractors and engineers who test machinery, transformers, switchgear, cables, etc.READ MORE >>
Measuring the quality of insulation involves checking the insulator’s resistance through the use of a megohmmeter. Acceptable insulator resistance values are typically 1 to 10 megohms, depending on the standards referenced.READ MORE >>
Protec Equipment Resources is proud to announce the addition of Megger MIT400 series of insulation and continuity testers to our inventory of electrical test equipment. These instruments offer those working in electrical engineering, the electrical supply industry and in maintenance, repair and servicing of industrial equipment and manufacturing processes a convenient and reliable tester.READ MORE >>
Insulators are designed to resist the flow of current from the central conductor towards the sheath of the electrical component, and protect the components from developing shorts or electrocution of personnel.READ MORE >>
Insulation plays an important role in electrical systems. Without insulators, the electricity flowing in the conductors is exposed, which can cause short circuits or electrocution to personnel, and therefore it is important to always check the condition of the insulation to ensure safety and reliability.READ MORE >>