How does the sverker750/sverker780 work?
The SVERKER750 and SVERKER780 features many functions that make relay testing more efficient. For example, its powerful measurement section can display (in addition to time, voltage and current) Z, R, X, S, P, Q, phase angle and cos φ.
How much does a Sverker weigh?
Designed to comply with EU standards and other personal and operational safety standards, SVERKER750 and SVERKER780 are also equipped with a serial port for communication with personal computers and the PC software SVERKER Win. Since the compact SVERKER weighs only 18 kg (39 lbs), it’s easy to move from site to site.
How can sverker780 help you test directional protective equipment?
You can also test directional protective equipment efficiantly by means of the built-in variable voltage source. In SVERKER780 this has a continuous phase shift function and adjustable frequency as well. Automatic reclosing devices can also be tested – just as easily.
Can two or more Sverker units be synchronized?
Two or more SVERKER units can also be synchronized, which allows the user to operate a basic 3-phase test set. Please note: To control and communicate with the SVERKER 750/780, the SVERKER needs to have a license installed.
What is the range of the Sverker Megger?
SVERKER features a well-defined lower tinue after tripping occurs. The range is 0-999 cycles. limit called the 0-level. The original Megger setting is 4 cycles. If no delay is When testing ground fault protection (for example) desired, set the number of cycles to 0.
How much does the Sverker weigh?
Since the compact SVERKER weighs only 18 kg (39 lbs), it’s easy to move from site to site. Two or more SVERKER units can also be synchronized, which allows the user to operate a basic 3-phase test set.
How do I protect my Sverker 750/780 from lightning?
Page 7 1 SAFETY Important For added protection during a lightning storm, or when the SVERKER 750/780 is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet. This will prevent damage due to lightning and power line surges.