Whether you're looking to rent or purchase equipment, or if you just have a question regarding a specific test requirement, Protec's knowledgeable staff is here to help.READ MORE >>
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Renting electrical test and measurement equipment just got a whole lot easier.READ MORE >>
Electrical test equipment rental is very common these days. There are many companies that give you different kinds of testing devices at reasonable rates. Devices like oscilloscopes, network analyzers, function generators, spectrum analyzers, logic analyzers, and telecommunication test equipment are readily available for rental or lease. But the problem is, which one should you rent? For this, you need to analyze your needs and understand your requirements. Two major companies in the electrical testing industry are Megger and Doble.READ MORE >>
An electrical system that has a lot of distortion, voltage spikes and harmonics can cause serious problems. These electrical interference can cause motors to overheat or lose spinning synchronization, accelerate the breakdown of transformers and cause an increase in power losses. These problems can cause a lot of headache and cost you a lot of money.READ MORE >>
Eaton's Magnum Circuit Breakers are used in ANSI/UL and IEC rated equipment and applications, providing high ratings in minimal space, rugged structure, enhanced safety, and easy maintenance, making them ideal for switchboards and switchgear.READ MORE >>
Full simulation tests can be run on protection schemes and relays very efficiently with the help of a Doble F6150 Relay Testing System.It comes with high power, sophisticated software, and great flexibility that allow for the testing of all sorts of protection schemes. The capabilities of theDoble F6150 range from testing relays ranging from relatively simple electro-mechanical relays to the more modern and complex microprocessor based relays. The Doble F6150 Relay Testing System is a complete solution for any problem related to protection relays and schemes, requiring no additional instruments.READ MORE >>
With the critical role that protective relays play in arresting and isolating electrical faults, it is extremely important to know that they are operating in concert with their design and intent. The unplanned downtime and damages associated with the mis-operation of protective devices during fault conditions can be incredibly detrimental. Regular maintenance testing allows the discovery and resolution of such issues before they are able to escalate into very costly problems.READ MORE >>
The Fault Wizard from Innovative Utility Products is a versatile and portable fault locator that uses arc reflection technology. It helps to localize faults in direct buried cables and display the distance to the faulted portion of the cabling. It also has other features that help make troubleshooting underground cable fast and easy.READ MORE >>
The Cooper VFI Vacuum Fault Interrupter Tester is a current injection device designed to simulate Fault Current for verification of minimum trip values and time current characteristics of Tri-Phase and TPG electronic control boards utilized in VFI pad-mounted switchgear.
Three internal flux-shift trippers enable confirmation of the presence of sufficient levels of energy upon the control board for operation of pad-mounted VFI flux-shift trippers. The on-board flux-shift trippers also enable self-checking of the VFI tester prior to general control testing. Further flux-shift tripper capability enables verification of operation of the flux-shift trippers within the VFI unit under test, external to the Cooper VFI tester.READ MORE >>
The HV Diagnostics EZ-Cable ID Test Instrument allows electrical testing personnel to accurately and effectively identify either one or three cables or cores anywhere along the length of the cable in one identification process. This can be done on both single phase and three phase networks. In addition to identifying the correct cable and phase, the resultant current and frequency in a cable can also be measured by the instrument.
The test set consists of 3 main items: A receive (Rx), transmitter (Tx), and inductive clamp/s, all housed in a rugged, injection molded carrying case. The instrument is extremely easy to use and can be powered by either the internal battery, AC mains or from an auxiliary 12V DC supply. The receiver has a backlit LCD display, is battery operated, housed in a rugged, rubber holster and has a flexible pickup coil to easily wrap around cables.READ MORE >>
Often, the breakdown of unsuspecting components can trigger failures and result in hazardous conditions to patients, doctors, medical personnel and facility devices.READ MORE >>