Megger DELTA-4310 Power Factor (Tan Delta) Test Set

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Delta-4310 Datasheet Accessory Kit Supplemental Document
The Delta-4310 is a fully automatic 12 kV insulation power factor / dissipation factor (tan delta) test set designed for condition assessment of electrical insulation in high voltage apparatus such as transformers, bushings, circuit breakers, cables, lightning arrestors, and rotating machinery. In addition to performing insulation power factor tests, the Delta-4310 can be used to measure the excitation current of transformer windings as well as to perform automatic tip-up tests and HV turns-ratio testing (an optional TTR Capacitor is available). The test set is designed to provide a comprehensive AC insulation diagnostic test. The high power variable frequency design generates its own test signal independent of line frequency quality and the hardware design uses the latest technology available for digital filtering of the response signal. As a result, the DELTA4000 Series produces reliable results and stable readings in the shortest time with the highest accuracy, even in high interference substations.
Megger Delta-4310 Features
  • Easy to use with automatic and manual operation
  • Accurate and repeatable measurement results with high noise suppression for the most extreme conditions
  • Lightweight, rugged two-piece design, with unit weights of 14 kg and 22 kg
  • New built-in intelligent temperature correction eliminates the need for temperature correction tables (patent pending)
  • New automatic voltage dependence detection (patent pending)
Megger Delta-4310 Applications
  • Power transformers
  • Distribution transformers
  • Instrument transformers
  • Rotating machines
  • Oil insulation
  • Bushings
  • Cables
  • Capacitors
  • Circuit breakers
  • Surge arrestors


Test Capabilities:
  • Power factor
  • Dissipation factor
  • Excitation current
  • Automatic tip-up
  • Watts loss
  • Inductance
  • Capacitance
  • Voltage
  • Current
  • Turns ratio