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 TESTING INSTRUMENT FOR POWER CABLE TESTING :

 

1.0   Sweep Frequency Response Analyzer (SFRA) : For Transformer Core and Winding Movement

         Diagnosis.

         Make : Doble , Type : M5200. Quantity : 2 sets.

         1.1   The best diagnostic instrument for detecting "hidden"

                  transformer defects

         1.2   The M5200 detects mechanical failure or movement of

                  windings due to short circuits, mechanical stresses, or

                  transportation. Used to ensure transformer

                  performance, reduce maintenance cost, reliability and

                  increase the service life of transformers. 

          1.3   The M5200 can "see" inside transformers and can detect problems early, before they become

                  costly failures. This test is used :

  • To improve the quality of your regular inspection program

  • To eliminate unnecessary detanking and costly internal inspections

  • To check new transformers to verify good condition on site

  • To inspect for damage if the 'transformer' has experienced mechanical stress during 

                       transportation or in service

  • In case of system problems, like short-circuit faults that can damage transformers

  • After earthquakes, lightning, or other environmental events.

         1.4   The entire set is operated with a software which can be used for analyzing SFRA plots. Detailed

                  description of this test can be viewed at :
                 
www.powersystemconsultant.com/htm/SFRA.htm

 


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                                                                                                                                                                       Update : 11.12.14