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Circuit Breaker Testing

  • MEGGER TM1800 | Circuit Breaker Analyzer System with DualGround

    The TM1800 is the instrument platform for circuit breaker maintenance, based on more than 20 years’ experience of over 4,000 delivered breaker analyzers. The modular construction makes it possible to configure the TM1800 for measurements on all known types of circuit breakers in operation in today’s power world.

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  • MEGGER TM1700 Series | Circuit Breaker Analyzer System with DualGround

    The TM1700 series circuit breaker analysers utilizes some of the ground breaking technology from the top of the line version TM1800. There are four models starting from PC-remote controlled to fully stand-alone. All models can be controlled from a computer using the well proven data management and analysing software CABA Win. The robust design offers powerful technology that assists the user to achieve efficient and reliable circuit breaker testing. All inputs and outputs on the instrument are designed to withstand the challenging environment in high-voltage substations and industrial environments. Galvanically isolated inputs and outputs makes it possible to perform all relevant measurements in one test, eliminating the need for new setup and re-connections. The patented DualGround™ method makes the testing safe and time saving by keeping the circuit breaker grounded on both sides throughout the test. The timing measurement inputs are using a patented Active Interference Suppression algorithm to ensure correct timing and accurate PIR (Pre-Insertion Resistor) values even at high capacitively coupled interference currents. The adaptive and easy-to-use software allow the user to perform the test by simply turning the test switch without the need for settings. The operator is only one click away from advanced help functions such as connection diagrams. The 8” color touch screen, with on-screen keyboard, allows the user to efficiently operate this high-level interface.

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  • MEGGER EGIL | Circuit Breaker Analyzer

    The Programma EGIL is an automatic timer and motion analyzer for medium- and high-voltage substation circuit breakers. It is intended for use on circuit breakers with one contact per phase. EGIL incorporates features commonly found on more complex test systems, but is designed to be smaller, simpler to use and less expensive than other similar test sets. It’s price makes it attractive to smaller utilities and it is an ideal supplementary product for maintenance departments at larger power companies and for testing contractors.

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  • MEGGER B10E | Power Supply Unit

    A variable DC voltage is needed to test a circuit breaker. Substation batteries should not be used since this entails considerable risk for testing personnel, testing equipment and also for the equipment being tested. The best way to ascertain whether or not solenoids and protective mechanisms are sluggish or set improperly is to perform a test at minimum tripping voltage. The minimum trip voltage test is described in a number of international and national standards such as IEC 62271-100, ANSI C37.09 etc. B10E DC Voltage Power Supply can be used to test breaker coils in this manner. It provides a ripple-free variable DC voltage that can easily accommodate a high, variable load.

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  • MEGGER VIDAR | Vacuum Tester

    When a vacuum circuit breaker is commissioned or undergoes routine tests, it is very important to be able to ascertain whether or not the Vacuum Interrupter (VI) is intact before putting it back into operation. VIDAR enables you to check the integrity of the vacuum interrupter quickly and conveniently by means of the known relationship between the flashover voltage and the vacuum interrupter. A suitable test voltage (DC) is applied to the breaker, and the result is known immediately.

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  • MEGGER MS-2A | Circuit Breaker and Over Current Relay Test Set

    A variable DC voltage is needed to test a circuit breaker. Substation batteries should not be used since this entails considerable risk for testing personnel, testing equipment and also for the equipment being tested. The best way to ascertain whether or not solenoids and protective mechanisms are sluggish or set improperly is to perform a test at minimum tripping voltage. The minimum trip voltage test is described in a number of international and national standards such as IEC 62271-100, ANSI C37.09 etc. B10E DC Voltage Power Supply can be used to test breaker coils in this manner. It provides a ripple-free variable DC voltage that can easily accommodate a high, variable load.

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  • MEGGER PCA2 | On-Load Protection Condition Analyzer

    Developed to facilitate nonintrusive testing of the entire substation protection system while on-line, PCA2 incorporates an advanced current injection unit together with a multichannel recorder. Both injection and recording functions can be used together or totally independently. All instrument control is via a bright high-resolution colour touch-screen. The built-in printer provides an instant hard-copy printout. The USB port enables quick and convenient results transfer to a PC via ‘pen drives’ as well as the use of a Bar Code Reader for quick site data entry.

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