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    Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
    Key Features:
    • Determines condition of lead-acid and NiCd cells up to 7000 Ah
    • On-board Pass/Warning/Fail indications
    • Robust, repeatable instruments
    • On-line testing
    The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
    The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
    Key Features:
    • Accurately measures ground resistance under the most demanding conditions
    • High resolution — 0.001 Ω with autoranging
    • Simple menu-driven operation
    The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
    Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
    • Measures up to 20 TΩ
    • PI, DAR, DD, SV and ramp test
    • Improved productivity – operate from line power/mains if battery dead
    • Li ion battery – extended capacity, rapid charge
    • Advanced memory with time/date stamp
    • CATIV 600 V safety rating
    • Offering CAT IV, the MIT1025 is compact, light 10 kV insulation resistance tester for the diagnostic testing and maintenance of high voltage electrical equipment. Enclosed in a tough case it is both smaller and lighter than its predecessor making it even easier to carry and store.
    As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
    Key Features:
    • Batteries can be tested “in service”
    • Unit adjusts to include load currents in the test parameters
    • User adjustable alarm and shutdown points to avoid excessive discharge
    • Easily expandable for larger battery banks using TXL extra load units (option)
    • Computerized test operation using TorkelWin software (option)
    The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
    • Batteries can be tested in service
    • Dynamic discharge technology – full power at all voltages
    • Safety in all details, e.g. detection of blocked airflow
    • Real time monitoring during test
    • Quick report
    • Easily expandable for larger battery banks using TXL extra load units
    • BVM cell monitor control integrated in the system
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The second silent technology in the new digiPHONE+: as soon as one approaches the handle, the sound switches off before the hand touches it, no more cracks or bangs. After removing the hand, a short delay ensures that the digi-PHONE+ sensor is standing stable and possible mechanical oscillations have ceased, before the headset is activated.HousingThe new housing concept of the sensor in connection with a floating microphone suspension reduces the body sound of the sensor itself and provides a stable base for the digiPHONE+ sensor, even on sloped surfaces.Tracing The left-right indication keeps the operator on top of the cable, and a compass indicates the fault direction. Distance to the fault can be displayed in meters/feet.The acoustic method is applied for precise pin-pointing of the cable fault.
As well as measuring insulation resitance to 20 TΩ, the MIT1025 also offers various diagnostic tests such as Polarisation index, Dielectric Absorption Ratio, Step Voltage, Dielectric discharge and ramp testing. Now equipped with lithium ion fast rechargeable batteries, the instrument has a large, clear, easy to read, display making it equally suitable for use in both bright sunlight and poorly lit environments. Information displayed includes resistance, voltage, leakage current, capacitance, battery status and time constant. In addition, the elapsed time of the test is displayed constantly removing the need for separate timer.
Key Features:
The TORKEL™ 900 series is used to perform load/discharge tests which are the only way to determine battery systems actual capacity. Together with the cell voltage logger, BVM, connected directly to the TORKEL 900, it becomes a complete, stand-alone, discharge test system. TORKEL 930 is used for battery systems ranging from 12 to 300 V, often encountered in switchgear and similar equipment. The high discharge capacity of TORKEL gives the opportunity to shorten the test time.
Whether you are working on-site, in the countryside or an urban environment, having the right equipment available when conducting fault location operations is vital. When the correct tools can be accessed easily, fault-location time speeds up dramatically, and faults can be dealt with more efficiently. Megger’s range of cable test vans offer solutions to the challenges of fault location in the real world, no matter the environment. Our test van systems have been developed in collaboration with end users to ensure that they live up to the standards of daily fieldwork. Our vans are designed to be adaptable to the end users needs so that the most appropriate tests may be carried out for the cable in question, regardless of whether it is low, medium or high voltage.
Key Features: The BITE 2 and BITE 2P Battery Impedance Test Equipment determine the condition of lead-acid and nickel-cadmium cells up to 7000 Ah. An advanced feature set has been developed that includes Pass/Warning/Fail calculations based on a user-entered baseline value, advanced printing functions and more. The case of the BITE 2P consists of both the transmitter and a carrying case for all of the standard accessories and some of the optional accessories, in an all-in-one unit. The BITE 2 and its accessories fit into a sturdy canvas case with a shoulder strap. The instruments work by applying a test current across the battery string while on-line, then measuring the total current (ac ripple + test current) and the voltage drop of each cell/jar. It then calculates the impedance. They also measure dc voltage and interconnection (strap) resistance to help determine the overall condition of the entire battery string’s electrical path from terminal plate to terminal plate. The BITE 2 and BITE 2P receiver stores the readings in its internal memory. These measurements, along with other maintenance data such as ambient and pilot cell temperatures and ac ripple current, assist in determining the overall condition of battery systems. Megger recommends that impedance measurements with the BITE 2 or BITE 2P be made part of a battery maintenance program with readings taken and recorded semiannually for flooded batteries and quarterly for VRLA. Unlike load cycle testing that involves substantial downtime and repeated discharges, using the instruments require no battery discharge, nor do they stress the battery in any way compared to other techniques. With a test time of less than 20 seconds for each cell and intercell connector, one person can easily, quickly, and precisely measure internal cell impedance, dc terminal voltage and intercell connection resistance without taking the battery system off line. Naturally, everything you need to perform these tests is included with the basic instruments. There is a full line of optional accessories to enhance the capabilities of the BITE 2 and BITE 2P. Both have the ability to download to a PC for data interpretation. Additionally, the BITE 2P has a built-in printer to review the active test but also to leave a hard copy record at the site.
The Megger BVM is a battery voltage measurement device that is used for the capacity testing of large, industrial battery banks commonly found in electrical power sub-stations, telecom facilities and computer data center UPS systems. When used in conjunction with a load device, such as the TORKEL unit, and test data management software, such as PowerDB and TORKEL Win, the BVM enables the user to perform a completely automated battery bank capacity test, according to IEC test method. The test also meets NERC/FERC requirements. The BVM is designed in modular form where one BVM device is used for each battery or “jar” in the string to be tested. One BVM for each battery connects to the next in a “daisy-chain” fashion, thereby providing easy and economical expandability to meet the testing requirements for small-to-large battery bank systems.
Key Features: The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 Ω to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 Ω resolution. Microprocessor control and advanced filtering simplify testing in environments with high levels of interference.
Adiradh Energy offers Megger make Surge wave receiver ModeldigiPHONE+ for acoustic and electromagnetic fault pinpointing,Perfect acoustic quality and noise immunity,Automatic mute function to protect your ears,Bright, transflective sun readable display ,Easy handling with automatic adjustment,Earphone volume limitation to 84 dB(A) The