Low Resistance & Battery Test Equipment
From Megger, these highly accurate, easy to operate instruments measure resistance with resolution as fine as 0.1 micro-ohm. Digital micro-ohmeters and DLROs measure contact resistance of switch and circuit breakers, aircraft frame bonds, and rail and pipeline bonds just to name a few of the applications.
Megger has models available for testing using test currents from 0.5 mA to 100 amps covering a multitude of applications that require precise low-resistance measurements.
The Megger BITE3 Battery Impedance Test Equipment determines the health of lead-acid cells up to 2000 Ah by taking
measurements of the most important battery parameters.
Cable Fault Locating Equipment
Power cable fault locating and testing takes on a whole new dimension with the modular cable fault locating concept from Megger. They have geared their development to the industry requirements for a more tempered fault locating method and have developed more sophisticated methods that reduce the stress on insulation systems.
Megger provides advanced diagnostic testing technology for transformer. The IDAX range of Dielectric Frequency Response Analyzers are designed for measuring moisture in power transformers as well as testing insulation material in various power system products.
FRAX range of Sweep Frequency Analysis products are designed for detecting electromechanical changes inside power transformers. The products have the highest measurement range and accuracy and fulfil all international standards.
- Clamp on Meters
- Portable Power Monitor/recorder
- Portable Oscilloscopes
- Temperature & Pressure Transmitters
- Actuators ,IP convertors & Positioners
- Magnetic Flow meter
- Vortex Flow meter
- CoriolisMass Flow meter
- Gas Analysers
- FACTORY AUTOMATION PRODUCTS:-
- Proximity Sensors
- Photoelectric Sensors
- Ultrasonic Sensors
- Rotary Encoders
- Inclination & Acceleration Sensors
- Modicon M340/M580
- IPC & HMI
- Vijeo Citect
- Clear Scada
- Wonderware Online
The task of supervision of machinery and industrial processes on a routine basis can be an excruciatingly tiresome job. Always being by the side a machine or being on a 24x7 patrol duty around the assembly line equipment checking the temperature levels, water levels, oil level and performing other checks would be considered a wastage of the expertise of the technician on trivial tasks. But, to get rid of this burdensome task, the engineers devised equipment's and sensors that would prevent or at least reduce the frequency of these routine checks.As a result of that, control systems and it's various off springs like SCADA systems were formed. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) offers the ease of monitoring of sensors placed at distances, from one central location.