When needing to easily and efficiently calculate phase frequencies, the Megger PSI410 Phase Rotation Indicator is the perfect solution. Utilizing a three bi-coloured LED display and aubible tones, the device is easy to read, easy to use and helps you to work at peak efficiency.
The device also has the ability to differentiate between different rotations. Clockwise rotation is indicated by clockwise rotating Green LEDs and a constant tone, whole counter-clockwise rotating red LEDs and a warbling tone showcase counter-clockwise rotations.
Working at a slow rotating diaplay speed, the PSI410 ensures that it does not rotate at the supply frequency, allowing easy and efficient recognition of rotation.
The LED display of the PSI410 also uses bi-colouring to help you identify when a phase is present, while a red LED indicator shows you that a phase connection is missing.
Megger PSI410 Phase Rotation Indicator Key Features:
- LED clockwise and counter clockwise phase rotation indication
- Audible indication of direction
- Phase condition LEDs
- Fused test leads
- Croc clips and prods provided
- Dual phase colour identification
Megger PSI410 Phase Rotation Indicator Technical Specifications:
- Rotation display: 3 x red / green LEDs
- Phase present indication = 195 to 265 V
- Audible rotation tone: Clockwise rotation = continuous tone, Counter clockwise = warble tone (0.4 s on / 0.4 s off)
- Maximum voltage: (phase to phase) 500 V
- Frequency: 50 Hz +/- 1 %
- Phase colour coding: L1 (Brown / Red) L2 (Black / Yellow) L3 (Grey / Blue)
- Power supply: Power drawn from a minimum of two phases connected in any position
- Operating ambient: 5 ° - 40 °C <80% RH
- Storage temperature: 0 - 40 °C
- Safety: The instrument complies with IEC61010 CAT IV 600 V
- Dimensions: (W x H x D) 78 mm x 137 mm x 31 mm
- Test lead length: 830 mm
- Test lead fuse rating: SIBA 10 A 600 V
- Weight: 850 g
- Usage: The Megger PSI410 Phase Rotation Indicator is suitable for intermittent tests only and should not be used for continuous monitoring of phase rotation