- Housed in a robust metal case
- Output control for easy test voltage adjustment
- Clearly readable kV meter
- Resettable high speed counter
- Variable alarm and sensitivity controls
- Visual and audible alarms
- Suitable for low or high speed testing
- Conforms to DC testing of cables BS EN 5056:2002 (formerly BS 5099)
- Calibration certificate to National Standards supplied
- CE approved
The DCCT is used extensively in the manufacturing industry for checking cables, plastic sheets, battery cases, moulded components and non-conductive coatings on steel pipework.
A range of four DCCT testers is available with output voltage ranges of 1-7.5kV (ref: C0H), 2-15kV (ref: C1H), 4-30kV (ref: C2H) and 5-40kV (ref: C3H).
These models are supplied complete with a test probe handle installed which can be used with a suitable electrode for manual testing of components. Alternatively, the DCCT can be supplied with a high-voltage lead; please see data sheet C0 for more details.
A calibration certificate is included in the comprehensive operating manual.
C0H: DCCT 1-7.5kV (6002-0005)
C1H: DCCT 2-15kV (6002-0007)
C2H: DCCT 4-30kV (6002-0009)
C3H: DCCT 5-40kV (6002-0011)
For testing cables, the unit can be used with a high- voltage electrode box using brush, air-gap or ball chain curtain electrodes. Material suitable for the electrodes can be supplied – details on request.
Note: DCCT variants with a high-voltage lead (A25) instead of a test probe handle are also available; please see Data Sheet C0H
- Maximum current: < 1mA
- Suitable for continuous operation
- Meter accuracy: +/-2%
- Mains supply voltage: 110/120V or 220/240V AC 50/60Hz
- Dimensions: 50cm x 30cm x 33cm
- Weight (unit only): 17Kg
- Packed weight (inc. handle): 23Kg
- Dimensions (packed): 60cm x 60cm x 60cm
- Commodity Code: 9027801700
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