Megger DET4TR2 4-Terminal Ground Resistance Tester with Rechargeable Battery, 0.01-20,000 Ohms Resistance Range

The Megger DET4TR2 four-terminal ground resistance tester measures earth ground resistance, soil resistivity, and ground voltage to evaluate the safety and integrity of electrical systems. The tester offers a choice of 2-, 3-, or 4- pole ground resistance testing, and it has a maximum resistance input of 20,000 ohms for testing the resistivity of a range of soil types. The tester’s voltmeter displays the ground voltage during use, which helps increase operator safety. The operator can choose between 25V or 50V test voltage output, allowing the tester to be used in agricultural applications. For accurate readings in noisy environments, the tester can filter out ground voltage noise up to 40 volts (V) peak-to-peak. The DET4TR2 comes with one 49′ (15 m), two 33′ (10 m), and one 10′ (3 m) test leads, four ground stakes, and four right-angle terminal adaptors. The tester’s liquid crystal display (LCD) provides confirmation of the connection and functionality of the potential and current…

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Last updated on February 26, 2019 12:34 am

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Megger DET4TR2 4-Terminal Ground Resistance Tester with Rechargeable Battery, 0.01-20,000 Ohms Resistance Range

Megger DET4TR2 4-Terminal Ground Resistance Tester with Rechargeable Battery, 0.01-20,000 Ohms Resistance Range

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Features

  • Ground resistance tester measures earth ground resistance, soil resistivity, and ground voltage to evaluate electrical system safety
  • Choice of 2-, 3-, or 4- pole ground resistance testing
  • Maximum resistance input of 20,000 ohms for testing the resistivity of a range of soil types
  • Voltmeter displays the ground voltage during use, which helps increase operator safety
  • Meets International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) safety standard 61010 and is certified for category IV installations up to 100V

The Megger DET4TR2 four-terminal ground resistance tester measures earth ground resistance, soil resistivity, and ground voltage to evaluate the safety and integrity of electrical systems. The tester offers a choice of 2-, 3-, or 4- pole ground resistance testing, and it has a maximum resistance input of 20,000 ohms for testing the resistivity of a range of soil types. The tester's voltmeter displays the ground voltage during use, which helps increase operator safety. The operator can choose between 25V or 50V test voltage output, allowing the tester to be used in agricultural applications. For accurate readings in noisy environments, the tester can filter out ground voltage noise up to 40 volts (V) peak-to-peak. The DET4TR2 comes with one 49' (15 m), two 33' (10 m), and one 10' (3 m) test leads, four ground stakes, and four right-angle terminal adaptors. The tester's liquid crystal display (LCD) provides confirmation of the connection and functionality of the potential and current...

Specification: Megger DET4TR2 4-Terminal Ground Resistance Tester with Rechargeable Battery, 0.01-20,000 Ohms Resistance Range

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Height: 540, Length: 1810, Weight: 865, Width: 1450

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Weight: 220

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