Current transformers are used for relaying and metering purposes in electrical power systems. They connect the high power primary side to the protection and metering equipment on the secondary side. Depending on the application they are used for, current transformers are designed differently.READ MORE >>
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For primary injection testing of current transformers, VTs or differing types of relays, the Omicron CMC 356 Universal Relay Test Set and Commissioning Tool is the high powered, versatile solution.READ MORE >>
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The Omicron CPC 100 Multi-functional Primary Test System allows the verification of the ratio and polarity of CTs and VTs – preventing wrong connections, especially in the case of tapped CTs. Injecting current or voltage into individual CTs / VTs and checking the reading at the relay ensures that phases are not mixed up and that the CT and VT ratio setting in the relay is correct.READ MORE >>
With the Omicron CPC 100 Multi-functional Primary Test System electrical tests on transformers, current transformers, voltage transformers, grounding systems, lines and cables, and circuit breakers can be performed.
The Omicron CPC 100 Multi-functional Primary Test System is the base for multiple accessories. These facilitate further applications, such as tan delta measurements, as well as line and ground impedance measurements.READ MORE >>
Relay test sets are used for all critical operational areas including transmission, distribution and generation. The test simulates different fault conditions and monitors the performance of the protective device under test. In addition to protective relays, relay test sets can be applied to small molded-case circuit breakers and motor overload relays.READ MORE >>
The powerful Omicron CPC 100 Multi-functional Primary Test System provides up to 800 A or 2 kV with up to 5 kVA over a frequency range of 15 Hz to 400 Hz or 400 ADC.
Its compact design (29 kg / 64 lbs) makes it easy to transport and ideal for on-site testing.READ MORE >>
Gas-insulated switchgears (GIS) are compact and are used in applications where space is limited. For commissioning of GIS a high-voltage (HV) withstand test is required in accordance with standards (IEC 62271-203).READ MORE >>