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Megger CB-360-DC DC Circuit Breaker Test Set

Manufacturer part number: CB-360-DC
Set Up to 30,000 A
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The Megger CB-360-DC DC Circuit Breaker Test Set is a mobile, high-current test set designed specifically for testing dc circuit breakers. It incorporates a variable high-current dc output, control circuitry, instrumentation, and overload and short-circuit protection. The Megger CB-360-DC DC Circuit Breaker Test Set is designed to test low-voltage dc circuit breakers with dc current. The unit provides the capability of calibrating and functionally testing the time-delay characteristics of the electromechanical or thermal-magnetic trip devices on dc circuit breakers. This is accomplished by simulating an overload or fault condition on the circuit breaker.

Features

  • High-current output up to 30,000 amperes
  • Capable of testing electromechanical or thermal-magnetic trip devices with dc current
  • Digital timer
  • Timer control circuit
  • Output connections
  • Overload protection
  • Enclosures
  • Input: 460 V ± 5%
  • Current: 100 A
  • Frequency: 60 Hz
  • Display: 6-digit display with 0.38-in. (9.5-mm) numerals
  • Dimensions
    • Control Section: 45 H x 53 W x 30 D in. (114 H x 135 W x 76 D cm)
    • Output Section: 45 H x 54 W x 30 D in. (114 H x 137 W x 76 D cm)
  • Weight
    • Control Section: 1460 lb (663 kg)
    • Output Section: 1585 lb (720 kg)
Description

The Megger CB-360-DC DC Circuit Breaker Test Set is a mobile, high-current test set designed specifically for testing dc circuit breakers. It incorporates a variable high-current dc output, control circuitry, instrumentation, and overload and short-circuit protection. The Megger CB-360-DC DC Circuit Breaker Test Set is designed to test low-voltage dc circuit breakers with dc current. The unit provides the capability of calibrating and functionally testing the time-delay characteristics of the electromechanical or thermal-magnetic trip devices on dc circuit breakers. This is accomplished by simulating an overload or fault condition on the circuit breaker.

Features

  • High-current output up to 30,000 amperes
  • Capable of testing electromechanical or thermal-magnetic trip devices with dc current
  • Digital timer
  • Timer control circuit
  • Output connections
  • Overload protection
  • Enclosures