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PD SCAN

Online PD Handheld Scanner

Defects in medium and high voltage systems not only require costly repairs, but also can lead to failures of entire network sections with corresponding consequences. Therefore, it is in the interest of all network operators to recognize signs of impending defects as early as possible and to be able to take appropriate countermeasures on time. 

With the PD Scan, Megger offers a lightweight, robust and portable PD scanner that can quickly inspect various type of equipment for partial discharge signals.

  • For fast verification of partial discharge activity in MV and HV plants 
  • Universal application range, thanks to variety of sensors 
  • For a quick assessment of the condition of the switchgear and cables 
  • Allows the allocation of maintenance resources directly to the problem areas 

  PD Scan Details

TDS NT

Cable test and diagnosis system in one

Network operators can now get faster and significantly more reliable information about the quality and the condition of their cables. This is made possible thanks to the brand-new 50 Hz Slope Technology. For the first time, it has become possible to immediately locate faults in underground cables during the actual PD measurement.

With the 50 Hz Slope Technology for the first time, a withstand test with VLF cosine-rectangular voltage (VLF CR) and PD diagnosis with damped alternating voltage (DAC) is combined in one unit. This allows an efficient and integrated solution for precise inventory of the network infrastructure. The important fact here is that the PD measurement data, gained with the VLF CR or with the DAC test voltage, can be compared directly with the 50 / 60 Hz network voltage. This facilitates reliable decision making.

  •  Two proven voltage wave shapes in one device
  •  Standard compliant VLF cable testing with accompanying PD diagnosis
  •  Non-destructive PD diagnosis by means of proven DAC voltage
  •  50 Hz Slope Technology for a direct comparison with the power frequency

  TDS NT Details

UHF PD Detector

Handheld online PD substation surveying system

Component failure in a substation has serious repercussions. It has the potential to cause injury, damage and unplanned outages, which result in significant disruption and cost. Predictive condition assessment aims to identify faults developing in electrical equipment so that they can be addressed before failure.

The UHF PD Detector is the ideal tool for quick, non-invasive surveys in MV and HV substations and should be part of the toolkit for all maintenance and service teams. Due to its high measurement bandwidth, the UHF method provides accurate local online partial discharge (PD) measurements on HV components such as cable end-terminations, surge arrestors, voltage transformers and isolators.

Dual measurement channels allow two phases or two types of UHF sensors to be compared, which further increases the scope of use of the UHF Detector. MV switchgear surveys can also be carried out using the radio frequencies in combination with the wide selection of TEV and HFCT sensors. The phase resolved PD pattern (PRPD) display helps to identify type of defect and, importantly, differentiate the noise from the PD signal. Noise can affect PD readings, leading to a false interpretation of the results and unnecessary component replacement. The noise handling capability of the Megger UFH PDD ensures a true reading of PD, eliminating false positives, so only failing component are identified for replacement.

The handheld unit can either be operated using a keypad or using the large 6” colour touch-screen. It has a battery life of over 10 hours. Its mix of features and performance make the UHF detector the most  cost effective unit of its kind.

  • Non-invasive tool for online PD measurements in MV and HV substations
  • Large colour touch-screen for easy operation
  • Dual channel system for direct comparison between two sensors
  • Synchronises with power frequency via internal, mains or external sensor for PRPD pattern recognition

 UHF PDD Details

 

 

New Catalog 2017