To meet the recommendations and requirements of the updated IEEE and NERC standards for battery systems, Battery Testing Equipment has been specifically designed to measure, record and archive your preventive maintenance program
A Clamp Meter combines a current clamp with the basic functions of a digital multimeter, also called DMM. Clamp the "jaw" around a conductor to measure current.
Datacom Testing and Telecommunication Equipment covers a broad spectrum of test equipment such as IT networking, datacom cabling, and telcom networks
The Electrical Parts and Products in this category are used in a variety of electrical applications, including wire management, wire pulling, troubleshooting and more
Ground Testing Instruments offer a comprehensive solution to ground rod resistance and soil resistivity (4 point) requirements
Micro-Ohmmeters, Milliohmmeters, and Megohmmeters measure resistance in different ranges and applications
TEquipment carries three types of Leakage Detectors: Microwave emissions from ovens; Ultrasonic for compressed air and similar applications; and Refrigerant gas
Multimeters are the instrument of choice when you need to measure voltage, current, or resistance
Phase Sequence and Motor Rotation Testers determine the phase rotation of energized circuits and the rotation of motors
Transformer Testers / Transformer Turns Ratiometer (TTR) measure the turns ratio, excitation current and polarity of windings in single and three phase distribution and power transformers
Electrical equipment makers use Safety Testers in design, testing, and certification to meet UL, CSA, CE, and other international standards
Cable Length Meters determine spooled length on uninstalled cables or wires. A TDR finds cable length plus where there are faults in cables
Thickness Gauges meaure thickness, the distance between two surfaces of objects ranging from metals, glass, plastic, coatings, and more.
Transmission Line/Station Testing devices are used to measure and test on Transmission Lines and Substations
Wire Tracers, Circuit Breaker Locators, and Circuit Identifiers are basic electrical tools to verify power presence and troubleshooting
Extend the capabilities of your instrument or get genuine Accessories that fit your test equipment
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Megohmmeters, or Insulation Resistance (IR) Testers, are used to measure the resistance, integrity and safety of electrical wiring insulation
Comparison of the Fluke 87V vs Fluke 787
Discontinued Products Gone but Never forgotten.
Megger has been working hard to make the best electrical test and measurement products for over 100 years. In addition to their famous insulation testers, they offer 30 distinct product groups with over 1,000 specific products. These products provide testing solutions in critical maintenance areas including cable fault locating, protective relay testing, and power quality testing. Today they employ 1500 people, maintain offices in the USA, UK, Germany, India, France, Bahrain, Mexico, and Sweden, and do business with countries on each of the 6 major continents through a global network of several hundred sales representatives. This allows Megger to help their customers install, improve efficiency, reduce cost and extend the life of electrical assets across the globe.
Megger began by manufacturing insulation testers ranging from 1KV to 10KV. Their reputation for quality and innovation has only gotten stronger over years of manufacturing, and is unmatched in the areas of ground testing, oil testing and maintenance tool supply for electrical contractors (multimeters, portable appliance testers, clamp-on meters). Megger has most recently built upon their reputation of innovation by creating a range of instruments for testing telecommunications and data integrity for both copper and optical technologies. They have collaborated with major telecom/data industry players to provide easy to use products that keep test and measurement costs down and productivity up.