We know it’s essential for you to have the ability to properly determine the condition of the insulation on wire and motor windings to prevent damage of expensive equipment and unplanned shutdowns as well as ensure personal safety. That’s why we offer a full line of Megohmmeters with test voltages from 10V to 15kV (model dependent), capable of measuring insulation resistances from 1000 to 30TΩ. These rugged, weather resistant meters are accurate, reliable and built to perform. Battery, AC powered, and hand-cranked models are available.
Routinely using a megohmmeter to check both new installations and as a maintenance program helps to ensure your circuits are safe. Our instruments offer high-resistance testing up to 30TΩ. AEMC megohmmeters perform spot, timed, step voltage, and ramp voltage testing to measure resistance, Dielectric Absorption Ratio (DAR), Polarization Index (PI) and Dielectric discharge (DD).
Our powerful DataView software is included to provide valuable insights about the condition of insulation on wires, cables and motor windings.
We created the following all-in-one, one page comparison documents to help you select the best Megohmmeter for your specific needs.
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Megohmmeter Model 6528 (Digital, 250V, 500V, 1kV, 420K-Ohm, V, Continuity, Alarm & Timer) (refurbished)
Model 6528 is a low cost 1000V hand-held instrument that offers Multimeter functions as well as Megohmmeter functions. It is a portable measuring instrument with a digital display. It is powered by batteries. This instrument can check the safety of electrical insulation. For example, it can be used to test new insulation before it is powered up, check existing insulation in a power-off condition, or troubleshoot potential faulty insulation.