Megger SMRT1 Single Phase Relay Test System
Weighing in at only 3.2 kg the SMRT1 is an amazingly powerful relay test set designed for your single-phase testing applications. It is highly versatile and ruggedly built for field testing and rack mountable for lab tests. Pound for pound, the SMRT1 provides the highest regulated test current on the market.
SMRT1 Stand Alone Unit or In Parrallel
The SMRT1 can test all single-phase relays, and for applications that require three-phase capabilities simply parallel it with multiple SMRT1 test sets. Daisy chained together to give more channels or more power. All this power can be controlled with STVI manual controller or by use of a laptop and RTMS relay testing software using an Ethernet connection.
The SMRT1 test system has the ability to be manually controlled with Megger‘s new Smart Touch View Interface (STVI). The STVI, with its large, full colour, high resolution, TFT LCD touch screen allows the user to perform manual, steady-state and dynamic testing quickly and easily using the manual test screen, as well as using built-in preset test routines for most popular relays.
Megger SMRT1 has the ‘smart‘ combination of high compliance voltage and high current to test:
- Solid-state and microprocessor-based overcurrent relays, incl. voltage controlled, voltage restraint, directional overcurrent
- Test under/over voltage
- Single-phase impedance
- Single-phase power
- Negative sequence under/over voltage
- Current balance
- Various other relays (see the Data Sheet)
Megger SMRT1 Key Features:
- Small, rugged, lightweight and powerful
- Stand alone unit for single phase testing
- Daisy chained to test more complex relay schemes like: three-phase directional power, distance, loss of excitation, and/or multiple current channel applications
- Operate with or without a computer
- Intuitive manual operation with Smart Touch View Interface
- High current, high power (75 Amps/400 VA rms)
- Network interface provides IEC 61850 test capabilities
- Fully automated testing using RTMS software