Chauvin Arnoux
CA6549 Digital Megohmmeter


CA6549 Digital Megohmmeter. 5000 V digital insulation tester. 4 fixed test voltages: 500 / 1,000 / 2,500 and 5,000V

Part Number:
P01139703

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£3215.00
3858.00 incl. VAT)
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5000 V digital insulation tester

In its site-proof casing, the C.A 6549 insulation tester offers quantitative and qualitative insulation analysis on a large backlit graphic screen.

Functions and specifications:

measurement range: 10 kΩ to 10 TΩ
4 fixed test voltages: 500 / 1,000 / 2,500 and 5,000V
adjustable test voltage position: 40 to 5,100V in 10V or 100V increments
step voltage mode: R(Utest) measurement curve viewed on the screen and gradient calculated automatically in ppm/V
DAR, PI and DD quality ratios calculated automatically
programmable test length and R(t) measurement curve displayed directly on the screen
after measurement with indication of measurement temperature, resistance recalculated at reference temperature for reliable and accurate insulation monitoring
many other functions: test voltage locking, smooth function, programmable alarms, etc.
storage of several thousand measurements
RS 232 connector for connection to PC or very compact serial printer
power supply: NiMH rechargeable battery for 30 days‘ operation with 10 DAR measurements and 5 PI measurements per day
electrical safety: IEC 61010-1 Cat.III 1000V or Cat.I 2500V and 61557
dimensions: 270 x 250 x 180 mm; weight: 4.3 kg

 

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