JUST LANDED: SEAWARD PR33D HV PHASING UNIT
At Test & Measurement we endeavour to keep our hire fleet up-to-date with the current industry leading instruments and that’s why we are continuously adding new products to our extensive range of equipment. This week we are excited to introduce the Seaward PR33D HV Phasing Unit, a digital HV potential indicator and phasing stick that is designed to indicate the presence of voltage, make voltage measurements and provide a means of phase comparison at the point of paralleling two circuits, without the interposition of voltage transformers or secondary wiring circuits.
Suitable for use on earthed neutral systems up to 33kV, the Seaward PR33D HV Phasing Unit features an LCD display which is powered by an integral rechargeable battery and is supplied complete with battery charger - ensuring optimum productivity for the engineer - and a PH3 proving unit in a bespoke carrying case providing ultimate comfort and ease when transporting the instrument. Conforming to recommended, creepage and safety standards, the PR33D features high-grade PVC tubing and incorporates totally encapsulated resistor chains.
The digital reading instruments provide voltage measurements and are supplied with a detachable earth lead, allowing the digital leg to be used as a voltage indicator, independently from the phasing leg.
The Seaward PR33D HV Phasing Unit is the ideal addition to the electrician’s toolbox and is now available for hire online at our parent company’s website here.
- Provides a means of phase angle comparison and indication of phase angle voltage at the point of intended paralleling of two circuits on neutral earthed systems.
- Both units are digital instruments.
- Chart provides a means of checking phase angle difference of circuits paralleled
- Rail industry
- Electrical distribution
- Other electrical engineering industries
- 1 x Proving Unit
- 1 x Battery Charger
- 2 x Overhead Line Extensions (1.5m)
- Leads & Instructions
- Carrying Case
Click here or call us on 01704 896 521 for more information
Tuesday 26th of February 2019