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Megger MIT2500

Megger MIT2500

High voltage hand-held insulation and continuity tester.

The MIT2500 insulation and continuity tester has been designed for motor and cable testing, specialist applications and electrical testing  applications, where operation voltages exceed 1000 V and higher insulation test voltages are needed.

The MIT2500 offers both fixed range voltages of 50 V, 100V, 250 V, 500 V, 1000 V and 2500 V, as well as a variable range that allows any voltage between 50 V and 2500 V to be “dialled in”. This is supported by the new test voltage feedback control, which maintains the output test voltage to within 2% of the selected range, even when under test.

  • Insulation testing up to 2.5 kV  and 200 GΩ range in a hand held instrument
  • Guard terminal for high resistance accuracy
  • Adjustable insulation test voltage from 50 V to 2500 V
  • Stabilised insulation test voltage
  • Rechargeable options for mains and car charging
  • Single range, faster continuity testing from 0.01 Ω to 1 MΩ
  • Polarisation Index (PI) & Dielectric Absorption Ratio (DAR)
  • CAT IV 600 V applications

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Using the Megger MIT2500 Integrated Guard Terminal for Accurate PV Array Testing

During solar commissioning or maintenance checks it is important to use a megohmmeter, like the Megger MIT2500, to test the integrity of the conductors in your PV array. A megohmmeter’s insulation resistance test measures two components; current leakage through the insulation and current leakage over the insulation material. The current leaking through the insulation, without the surface leakage, is the true measure of the safety and quality of the conductors and insulation you’re testing.

Using a Megger MIT2500 Megohmmeter on a PV Array

To verify the integrity of conductors associated with a photovoltaic array, you need to perform insulation resistance testing during startup and maintenance activities. Find out how you can use the Megger MIT2500 for testing residential, commercial, industrial rooftops, and large-scale ground mount solar applications. When 1kV isn’t enough, Megger offers the MIT2500, a handheld, lightweight insulation tester that can produce up to 2,500 Vdc for testing insulation resistance in PV systems.