AEMC 6555 Digital Megohmmeter 15000 Volts

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The AEMC 6555 Digital Megohmmeter 15000 V is a high-end portable measuring instrument intended for the measurement of a wide varity of electrical insulation resistance values on cables and devices operating at high voltage. It is the only fully automated 15,000V graphical insulation tester. The AEMC 6555 is packaged in a rugged case that is IP54 when closed. Test results and configuration information is provided on a graphical LCD screen as well as exportable through the use of DataView® software provided. The AEMC 6555 megohmmeter can operate on battery or AC power while testing. The AEMC 6550 also offers the ability to program up to three step voltage profiles (from 40 to 15,000), each containing up to ten steps. There are also ramp profiles and three programmable test voltages in addition to the standard fixed voltages of 500, 1000, 2500, 5000 and 10,000, 15,000V.

Features:


  • Wide measurement range from 10kΩ to 30TΩ
  • Fixed or programmable test voltage from 40V to 10kV
  • 5mA charging current
  • Step voltage testing
  • Ramp voltage testing
  • Large backlit graphical LCD screen with digital display, bargraph and R(t)+v(t), i(t) and i(v) graphs
  • Automatic calculation of DAR / PI / DD /ΔR (ppm/V) ratios
  • Multiple test modes: voltage ramp and step with "burning", "early break" and "I-limit" modes

Applications:


  • Test insulation on cables, transformers, motors, generators, insulators and wiring installations
  • High resistance or absorption tests
  • Spot reading tests
  • Timed resistance measurements
  • Dielectric Absorption Ratio (DAR) and Polarization Index (PI) tests
  • Multi-layer insulation testing (DD)
  • Test old or water damaged installations over long time periods
  • Motor insulation resistance measurements
  • Computer controlled production line testing
  • Predictive maintenance by storing results on a PC for trend analysis with older tests