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Transmission Line Testing

Transmission Line Testing
Transmission line testing is an electrical grouping of hipots and cable fault testing.
  • An AC hipot tester generates high potential, or high voltage, energy to test the insulation of electrical components like transmission lines...

  • Cable fault testing, or cable fault location, is the process of identifying periodic or insulation faults in underground cables for electrical...

  • A DC hipot tester produces a high potential (voltage) electrical current to test the insulation of an electrical component. Hipot tests are...

  • Impulse generators, known colloquially as ‘thumpers,’ send out brief, high-current or high-voltage surges to transmission lines and...

  • ATEC carries partial discharge testers, corona test sets, corona cameras and more partial discharge test equipment from leading manufacturers like...

  • Power factor and tan delta testing, the process of measuring capacitance and dissipation, helps you determine the condition of a system’s...

  • Time domain reflectometers, or TDRS, indicate the source of a fault in an electrical cable system, and in particular underground cables. Cable...

  • VLF, or Very Low Frequency testers, are used to conduct VLF Withstand Tests. These tests are typically carried out on a frequency between 0.1 Hz...