• AEMC 8510 (2136.50) 90-240V, 50/60Hz Universal Supply Digital Transformer Ratiometer

The AEMC DTR-8510 is a portable, 90-240V, 50/60Hz Universal Supplied Digital Transformer Ratiometer designed for on-site testing of power transformers, VT/PT, and current transformers. Rugged and reliable, the AEMC DTR-85100 is built into an attractive, sealed structural polypropylene case designed to withstand the rigors of industrial and utility field use.

Product Features:

  • Measures power transformers, VT/PTs and current transformer CT turns ratios
  • Displays turn ratio, excitation current, winding polarity and % deviation from the nameplate values
  • Universal voltage (90-240V supply, 50-60Hz) via external smart/fast battery charger; complete charge in less than 4 hours
  • Internal NiMH battery packs provide up to 10 hours of continuous operation
  • Tests performed by exciting the primary and reading the secondary; provides safer conditions for the operator
  • Display warns of incorrect lead connection, reverse polarity, open and short circuits
  • Easy connection and test setup; no calibration or balancing required
  • Large dual display with adjustable contrast ensures clearer visibility in any lighting environment day or night
  • Low battery indicator
  • Includes 15 foot lead set and soft carrying bag
  • Stores up to 10,000 test results in internal memory
  • USB port facilitates configuring the instrument and downloading test results
  • EN 61010-1; 50V CAT IV
  • Includes DataView analysis software for programming, downloading, storing and report generation of test data

Included ;

1 - Rechargeable 12V NiMH battery

1 - Power Supply Cord

1 - DataView analysis software on CD Disc

1 - Test Lead Set

1 - Instruction Manual

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AEMC 8510 (2136.50) 90-240V, 50/60Hz Universal Supply Digital Transformer Ratiometer

  • Brand: AEMC
  • Product Code: 2136.50
  • Availability: Pre-Order
  • Rp.77,000,000


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