Megger
BM15 5 kV Insulation Tester


Megger BM15 - A compact 5kV insulation tester. They are very simple to use & provide a quick and accurate reading of insulation resistance. Battery powered.

Part Number:
6410-919

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£1670.00
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500 V/1 kV/2,5 kV/5 kV analogue, battery

5 kV Insulation Testers

• Four test voltages to 5 kV
• BM15 battery powered. MJ15 hand cranked and optional battery powered.
• Voltage range to 600 V indicates auto discharge
• Pass/fail overlays for rapid testing

The BM15 and MJ15 are compact 5kV insulation testers. They are very simple to use and provide a quick and accurate reading of insulation resistance. The instruments use an analog display with a maximum reading of 20 GO.

 

Technical Specification for: Megger BM15 5 kV Insulation Tester

General Specifications
Resistance Range 20GΩ
Capacitance Range 5 µF
Test Voltage 500V, 1000V, 2500V, 5000V
Safety Rating CATIII 300 V
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Accessory Code Description Price (Ex VAT)
1001-895 Lead Set Si Red/Black/Black 9.5 Plug £67.00 ADD
25985-005 Battery 1.25V NiCAD AA price on request
6111-217 Pack of 20 test record cards (5 kV) £14.00 ADD
6220-434 Lead Set ATR Series £52.00 ADD
6420-117 Carry Case with Lead Storage £45.00 ADD
6420-123 Pouch BMM Series Test+Carry £44.00 ADD
1008-022 Lead Set 3kV 3x3m Medium Clips £107.00 ADD
AVTM21-P8B A Stitch in Time - The Complete Guide to Electrical Insulation Testing £24.00 ADD
AVTM22P-1 The Lowdown on High Voltage DC Testing £24.00 ADD

 

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