|Brand||Pragati Process Controls|
Magnetic Trip Test Bench
Magnetic circuit breakers are used for protecting the electrical equipment in case the circuit suffers any problem and an excessively large amount of current flows through it which is dangerous for the circuitry ahead. Loose connections or contacts, wrong wiring or a heavy load attached to the circuit can cause such problems and as a result of all these, a current overflow occurs in the path. So far we have known a lot many types of the circuit breaker and even studied a couple of them in detail. So the basic knowledge of the working of a typical breaker must be clear now, along with its advantages over other circuit breaking devices like a fuse etc. The best one being that it does not need any replacement or a time delay after each switching, as it neither heats up nor suffers any kind of damage in usual conditions.
·The cycle time is around 7 seconds for 4 poles MCB (less than 2 seconds per pole)
·Can be used for both production and R&D purpose with report generation and statistical analysis.
·Current setting is instant without any auto transformer movement (Saves time and error due to human handling)
·Current, Type of Curve, CT Range, Number of poles are set automatically by the PLC as per the selected setting: User does not have to configure the above settings
·Drop down menu in the PLC to once select the type (rating or caliber) of MCB: Rest of the test parameters get selected automatically (User can simply jump from one type of MCB to other instantaneously)
·Line Voltage variation have no effect on actual test current
·Output current programmable from 0.5 A to 1250 A for magnetic trip testing of MCB (Automatic Selection via PLC)
·Can test-4 MCBs of single pole, 2 MCBs of double pole,1 MCB of 3 or 4 poles simultaneously for magnetic trip
·Test Procedure (IEC 60898 9.10.2): Continuity Test, Hold Test (No Trip Test),Trip Test
·500 VA branded UPS