Megger BAKER AWA-IV/12
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- Analyzes the Condition of the Insulation Systems in Motors and Generators, as Well as Motor Circuit Condition such as Imbalances
- Determines the Condition of Turn-to-Turn, Phase-to-Phase and Ground-Wall Insulation Using Standards-Based, Low- and High-Voltage Tests
- User-Programmable Test Sequence Automation for Repeatability and Trends Over Time
- Centralized Data Analysis Allows Site Managers to Monitor Asset Condition Across Multiple Testers and Routes
- Tests Include: Winding Resistance, Insulation Resistance, Dielectric Analysis (DA), Polarization Index (PI), DC Step-Voltage, DC Continuous Ramped, DC Hipot, Surge
Each Unit Includes
- FREE 43-1690 Pelican Case
- FREE 18-004 Multiple User Software
- FREE Level I or II Static Training Course in Fort Collins, CO*
- Power cord
- USB flash drive with desktop software
- User manual (on USB flash drive)
- Test leads
- Keyboard with integrated mouse
- *Training must be completed within 1 year from date of purchase.
Designed for fast, reliable, automated testing
The SKF Static Motor Analyzer Baker AWA-IV is designed to perform automated sequences of a user-selected array of motor insulation tests. The analyzers embedded computer conducts the tests, stores the results and continuously monitors voltage levels while testing. If the computer detects a weakness in the insulation during a given test, the test is interrupted, the operator is alerted and all test parameters at the time of the interruption are reported. This instrument performs this automated operation in microseconds, and with a higher degree of precision and safety than can be achieved through manual test methods.
Pre-programmed in the office and implemented in the field
The Baker AWA-IV is the only high-voltage tester that can be programmed to perform a specific set of insulation tests by a user prior to being in the field, then used as programmed in the field. A users work orders or routes often define which motors to test, the order of execution and parameters for each test, such as voltages, duration and pass-fail limits. Operators can program the unit to conduct tests in the field simply by connecting to the analyzer. This allows users to minimize time and effort involved with repeat maintenance test sequences performed manually, and improves reliability of testing procedures.
Save testing results
When testing is complete, results can be saved as part of each motors permanent test record. This type of documentation is critical to successful reliability programmes. With the AWAIV, test results are collected, stored, recalled and managed using a standard Microsoft Access