Raytech Micro Centurion II Offers Wide Range of Features for Low Resistance Testing

Raytech Micro Centurion II 200A Automatic Digital Low Resistance Ohmeter Raytech Micro Centurion II 200A Precision Micro-Ohm Meter (ductor) is a vital tool used in electrical troubleshooting. Allowing the measurement of extremely low resistance and the detection of minute resistance changes, the Raytech Micro Centurion II (ductor) offers a wide range of features for effective low resistance measurement.

Measure Low Resistance Accurately with the Raytech Micro-Centurion II

The Raytech Micro Centurion II MC2 200A Precision Micro-Ohm Meter was designed for a high degree of accuracy for the measurement of very low resistance

Raytech Micro Centurion II 200A Automatic Digital Low Resistance OhmeterPackag ed into a portable test system for use by apparatus manufacturers, rebuild shops, and electrical maintenance crews, the Raytech Micro-Centurion II  has an easy to use operation screen, which allows quick selection of the current level and resistance level to be measured. The system has the ability to detect the resistance level and suggest the correct range to select which provides for extremely accurate results.

A Product Comparison of Raytech Micro Ohm meters

Raytech Micro Centurion II MC2 200A Precision Micro Ohm MeterMicro ohm meters are devices that allow technicians to accurately measure junction resistance of conductors like circuit breaker contacts, bus bar connections and electrical terminals. An ordinary Ohmmeter won’t do because it doesn’t have a compensation circuit that isolates the lead resistance from the sample. Also, the range of ordinary Ohmmeters is limited which may give false readings.

A Comparison of Raytech Winding Resistance Test Sets

Raytech WR50-12 Two Channel Winding Resistance Test SetWinding resistance of transformers is a good indicator of transformer condition. Developing defects like corroded terminal connections, inter coil shorts and core to coil shorts can affect the resistance of the windings. However, you can’t just use any Ohmmeter to measure coil resistance of distribution transformers. You must use a device that has enough current to pass through the thick windings and has protective measures to reduce the incidence of inductive kickbacks.