Electrical testers are necessary to ensure the safety of both people and equipment. Without testing, faults could go undetected for years. Performing electrical, power, transformer, cable testing, and maintenance can cause electrical systems to last twice as long. Ensuring the safety of the equipment and its surroundings is arguably one of the main reasons to perform electrical testing by detecting any issues before they become a larger problem. Electrical malfunctions can lead to devastating fires, the excess current could cause fatal shocks, and surges can damage equipment.
Megger DET2-2 Auto Earth Tester. The DET2/2 digital ground resistance tester provides a wide resistance range from 0.010 O to 19.99 kilohms for testing larger or more complex grounding systems and for difficult testing environments, with ±0.5% accuracy and 0.001 O resolution.
The Ti55FT-20, an articulating thermal imaging camera offers 320 x 240 resolution with IR-Fusion® Technology – the blending of digital and infrared images into a single image and delivers crisp, quality images, helping you better identify and report issues in hard to reach places.
The Megger MPRT8430 is specifically designed to perform routine testing of protective relays used in the operation of electric utilities, power plants and heavy industrials. Other applications include use in government facilities, harbor and airport installations, large building complexes and by testing service companies who are increasingly interested in a highly flexible, easy-to-use relay test instruments that can help them improve their job efficiency.
The Megger SMRT36 has the "smart" combination of high compliance voltage and high current to test all electromechanical, solid-state and microprocessor-based overcurrent relays, including voltage controlled, voltage restraint and directional overcurrent.