Flexible and compact test systems for the testing of medium-, high- and extra-high voltage switchgear with a plus in control and performance.
Complete switchgear testing on site
Using the integrated control panel of ACTAS P260+ | P360+, it is possible to carry out and evaluate comprehensive switchgear tests quickly and easily and with a high degree of flexibility within a single test procedure:
Measurement on 12 PIR and main contacts
Determination of operating times for various switching sequences on up to 12 PIR and main contacts.
Earthing on both sides
In combination with PROMET SE, simultaneous tests can be carried out on up to 3 poles, each of which has 4 main contact chambers, with earthing on both sides. More contact chambers are possible. In GIS systems, the operating times of the breaker units are measured via current pulses. For this purpose, Rogowski coils are attached to the insulated ground of the GIS system.
12 auxiliary contact inputs
Status messages from up to 12 auxiliary contacts with integrated wet / dry switchover.
9 universal sensor inputs
Up to 9 analogue / digital sensor inputs for pressure, displacement, current and temperature measurement for analogue and incremental sensors. The sensor inputs can be flexibly parameterised according to requirements and used for special measurement procedures such as First Trip or measurement via VDS.
Coil and motor current
Coil current measurement on up to 3 closing and 3 opening coils. Freely selectable measuring ranges make it possible to obtain extremely precise measurement results.
Up to 2 relay outputs for actuator control
Contact resistance determination
The determination of both static and dynamic contact resistance can be carried out simultaneously on 3 poles in combination with the various PROMET resistance measuring devices. Depending on the PROMET system, measurements on one or more contact chambers per pole and switch can be tested simultaneously.
Undervoltage release and minimum release voltage
To be able to test motors and coils independently of the station voltage, the supply voltage can be provided by the powerful AC / DC source EPOS or other supported source types. Tests of, for example, the undervoltage releases and the minimum release voltage of coils can thus be carried out reproducibly under always the same conditions
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