BAUR sheath test and fault location device

The shirla sheath test and fault location device is used for cable and cable sheath testing, and for the pre-location and pin-pointing of cable sheath faults and cable faults due to earth contact.

The fault pre-location is based on the measuring bridge principle according to Murray and Glaser. The measuring bridge is dimensioned specially for power cables, but also enables pre-location for control and lighting cables. Zero balance and evaluation take place automatically. The fault distance is shown in meters. Various cable sections can be entered, thus increasing the accuracy of the measurement. For fault pin-pointing, shirla generates a pulsed voltage, thereby permitting the use of the step voltage method. Using the KMF 1* earth fault locator or the UL 30* universal receiver, cable sheath faults and other faults due to earth contact can be located quickly and accurately.


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Description

Functions
▪ Cable and cable sheath testing with DC voltage up to 10 kV
▪ Insulation resistance measurement
▪ Pre-location of cable sheath faults and faults due to earth contact with measuring bridge
▪ Step voltage method for cable sheath fault pin-pointing

Features
Pre-location of cable sheath faults and
faults due to earth contact
▪ Measuring bridge with automatic zero balancing
▪ Automatic evaluation
▪ High accuracy by accounting for different cable sections in terms of length, conductor cross-section and material
Cable sheath fault pin-pointing
▪ Pulsed voltage up to 10 kV
▪ 4 pulse patterns selectable
▪ Adjustable switch-on delay and operating time
General functions
▪ Continuously adjustable voltage
▪ Adjustable current and voltage limitation
▪ Automatic measurement sequences and reporting
▪ Automatic report export to USB stick
▪ Integrated discharge unit
▪ Connection for external emergency

BAUR sheath test and fault location device