Megger MIG16-2 Impulse Generator

Megger MIG16-2 Impulse Generator
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Megger MIG16-2
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The Megger Impulse Generator (Thumper) MIG16-2 is designed to provide quick, effective, accurate and safe fault location, reducing system outages and customer minutes lost.The instrument comes in a rugged yet portable enclosure. Its IP64 rating makes it suitable for use in even environmentally hostile conditions.The MIG16-2 offers the facility to undertake cable testing: cable and fault diagnosis and pinpoint fault location using acoustic methods.
 
Megger MIG16-2 Features
  • Easy-to-use manual controls
  • Safety interlocks to prevent injury to operators
  • Safety interlocks to prevent any switching during high voltage generation.
  • 2-ranges ensure 100% of energy available at 8 & 16 kV
  • Powerful 1500 joules output assists rapid, accurate pinpoint fault location even in difficult locations
  • High visibility HV status bar
  • External interlock
  • Detachable HV cable
  • Ergonomically designed transport handles and foot-step allow for easy and comfortable transportation.
Megger MIG16-2 Specs
Testing
  • Output: 0 - 20 kV (negative with regard to earth)
  • 0 – 10 kV, 115 mA constant
  • 0 – 20 kV, 58 mA constant
  • Resolution: 5 mA
  • Metering: Analog metering of current and voltage
 
Fault Conditioning
  • Proof/burn: 0 - 20 kV 58 mA
  • 0 - 10 kV 115 mA
 
Pinpoint Fault Location
  • Surge: 0 - 8 and 0 -16 kV, @ 1500 joule
  • Impulse sequence: Adjustable 5 – 30 seconds Single shot
 
Cables
  • HV: Detachable 15 m (50 ft) 1-phase flexible shielded cable with
  • HV crock-clips
  • Input/supply: Input cable
  • Ground: 15 m (50 ft) 8 mm2 flexible ground cable with vice grips
Megger MIG16-2 Applications
HV testing (proof/insulation testing)
Used to prove the integrity of (and identify and confirm) fault conditions in cable networks. The variable output voltage can also be used for sheath testing at 5 or 10 kV.
 
Proof/burn
Following a breakdown of the cable under test, a high current is applied that stabilizes the fault condition. This can assist pre-location and pinpointing of unstable faults.
 
Pinpoint fault location
Accurate pinpoint fault location is achieved using the acoustic method, whereby the powerful 8/16 kV 1500-joule surge generator (thumper) and an acoustic receiver (Megger MPP2000) is used.