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Megger TM1600 Circuit Breaker Analyzer

Manufacturer part number: TM1600
The Megger TM1600 circuit breaker analyzer measures a circuit breaker’s timing cycle. The timing channels record closings and openings of main contacts, resistor contacts and auxiliary contacts. Since the timing channels are not interconnected, you can take measurements of resistor contacts and series-connected breaker chambers without having to disconnect them.
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The Megger TM1600 circuit breaker analyzer measures a circuit breaker’s timing cycle. The timing channels record closings and openings of main contacts, resistor contacts and auxiliary contacts. Since the timing channels are not interconnected, you can take measurements of resistor contacts and series-connected breaker chambers without having to disconnect them.

A built-in program unit permits easy selection of different sequences of breaker control pulses. The delay time between pulses is set on a thumbwheel. The breaker operation unit can be used to control coil currents of up to 25 A. The time values obtained refer to the exact instant at which voltage was applied to the coil, and a built-in printer provides you with a hardcopy printout immediately after measurement.

The TM1600 can be equipped with up to 24 time-measuring channels as required by the user. When more than 24 channels are needed, one or several units can be connected together to get an unlimited number of measurement channels. Modular design also makes it easy to combine the system with the MA61™ Motion Analyzer for up to 6 analog channels. The TM1600 supports communication with the CABA Win™ Breaker Analysis Software. Fully equipped, it weighs only 12 kg (26.5 lbs).

  • Time Measurement
    • Range: 0 to 6.5 s (up to 1000 s with CABA)
    • Resolution: 0.1 ms
    • Inaccuracy: 0.01% of printed value ± 0.1 ms
    • Start Time Measurement: Automatic a) when breaker is operated from the TM1600, b) when an external event actuates the trigger input or c) optionally when the status of any time measuring channel is changed.
    • Trigger Input: Independent input with its own voltage source. Measurement starts when voltage is detected or when contacts close. Same data as for time-measuring channel when it is in the contact-measuring state or voltage detection state.
    • Trigger Output: Closing capacity, up to 1 A
  • Breaker Operation
    • Contact Functions: Two independent contact functions
    • Contact Properties: Bouceless closing. Closing time <0.1 ms
    • Sequences: C, O, C-O, O-C, O-C-O
    • Make/Break Capacity: 25 A, 250 V (AC or DC) per contact function
    • Start Breaker Operation: Locally via rotary switch or remotely by closing contacts at the opto-isolated start input.
    • Time Difference Between Control Pulse and Timer Start: < 0.1 ms
    • Pulse Delay: Adjustable in steps of 10 ms
  • Printout
    • Types of Printout: A number of different printout formats are available, both graphic and numeric. Printout can be obtained in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Swedish or Finnish.
    • Printer: Thermal printer with fixed print head
    • Graphic Resolution: 8 dots/mm (203 dpi)
    • Paper Width: 114 mm (4.5")
  • Environment
    • Operating Temperature: -20 to 50°C (-4 to 122°F)
    • Storage Temperature: -30 to 70°C (-22 to 158°F)
    • Humidity: 5% – 95% RH, non-condensing
  • General
    • Mains Voltage: 85-270 V AC or 100-270 V DC (set automatically), 47-63 Hz
    • Power Consumption: 150 W (max)
    • Battery Operation: Built-in battery with automatic charger
    • Dimensions
      • Basic Unit: 400 x 250 x 153 mm (15.7” x 9.8” x 6.0”)
      • Transport Case: 520 x 485 x 210 mm (20.5” x 19.1” x 8.3”)
    • Weight: 6.5 kg (14.3 lbs)
Description

The Megger TM1600 circuit breaker analyzer measures a circuit breaker’s timing cycle. The timing channels record closings and openings of main contacts, resistor contacts and auxiliary contacts. Since the timing channels are not interconnected, you can take measurements of resistor contacts and series-connected breaker chambers without having to disconnect them.

A built-in program unit permits easy selection of different sequences of breaker control pulses. The delay time between pulses is set on a thumbwheel. The breaker operation unit can be used to control coil currents of up to 25 A. The time values obtained refer to the exact instant at which voltage was applied to the coil, and a built-in printer provides you with a hardcopy printout immediately after measurement.

The TM1600 can be equipped with up to 24 time-measuring channels as required by the user. When more than 24 channels are needed, one or several units can be connected together to get an unlimited number of measurement channels. Modular design also makes it easy to combine the system with the MA61™ Motion Analyzer for up to 6 analog channels. The TM1600 supports communication with the CABA Win™ Breaker Analysis Software. Fully equipped, it weighs only 12 kg (26.5 lbs).