Megger’s insulation testers are designed for the telecommunications and CATV industries

Megger’s MIT410TC and MIT430 insulation testers are designed to meet the needs of users in the telecommunications and CATV industries. Telecommunications-related features include a soft canvas carrying bag with a shoulder strap, a rugged snap hook to attach to a tool belt and a “bed of nails” test lead set.

The MIT410TC and MIT430 allow users to determine the condition of the insulation of the twisted copper cable pair, which could cause problems for services such as voice, video and data or VOIP. When the insulation becomes weak or brittle, causing cracks or exposing copper within the cable, or water ingresses into the cable, the insulation resistance test will identify these situations immediately. In addition to the insulation resistance test, the meters allow the operator to conduct continuity tests throughout the customer’s premise.

As an aid to ease and speed of use, the instruments feature a dual display. The primary display shows the main parameter being measured — for example, insulation resistance — in both digital and analog forms, while the secondary display shows a related parameter — for example, leakage current — as a digital value. Users therefore save valuable time by measuring two parameters with a single test.

The MIT410-TC and MIT430 offer CAT IV 600 V rating, providing greater safety when testing at higher voltage levels. In addition, the units feature adjustable insulation test voltages, which provide 250 V to 1000 V or 50 V to 1000 V. The model MIT430 offers extensive results storage capability for later recall and Bluetooth download capability for wireless transfer of stored results to a PC.

An exceptional measurement range from 20 G-ohms to 200 G-ohms found in the MIT410-TC and MIT430 is the highest insulation test range available on the market, providing a superior range of measurement applications.

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