Electrical contractors buying new Megger test equipment now have a great opportunity to make big savings.
For a limited time only Megger is offering a Safe Insulation Test Kit, which includes an MIT220 insulation tester and a TPT320 two-pole tester, for a very special price that is around 40% lower than the price of the two instruments purchased separately. As an added bonus, a protective hard carrying case, which will accommodate both instruments, is also included at no extra cost.
The instruments featured in the kit are compact, light and easily pocketable, which makes them ideal go-anywhere companions that can meet 90% of testing requirements in situations where a multifunction installation tester is not readily to hand.
“Both the MIT220 insulation tester and the TPT320 two-pole tester feature rugged construction to ensure long reliable working lives even in tough on-site conditions, together with a range of safety features to protect both the instrument and the user.”
The MIT220 is one of the smallest insulation testers currently available, yet it is capable of testing at 250 V and 500 V, and of delivering 1 mA test current at the rated voltage, as required by EN 61557. Insulation resistance can be measured up to 1,000 MΩ. This versatile instrument also offers auto-start 200 mA continuity testing at 0.01 Ω resolution with a fast response audible sounder.
The TPT320 two-pole testers included in the Safe Insulation Test Kit are ideal for simple tasks like measuring voltages and checking continuity. TPT320 testers are a standard for proving circuits are dead, as they make connections to the circuit under test with an integral probe and a permanently connected test lead.
Both the MIT220 insulation tester and the TPT320 two-pole tester feature rugged construction to ensure long reliable working lives even in tough on-site conditions, together with a range of safety features to protect both the instrument and the user. The MIT320 for example, offers live circuit warning and automatic test inhibit if it detects a voltage greater than 25 V when connected to the circuit under test, and the TPT320 warns the user of dangerous test voltages even if its internal battery is exhausted.