The MS-USGT-600 self-contained portable grounds tester provides an easy method to test protective grounds in accordance with ASTM standards. The USGT-600 provides a high current output combined with a low voltage output (less than 3 volts AC) for maximum operator safety. Output readings are measured and displayed using a digital meter, and do not require calibration threshold settings.
Unlike other portable ground testers, the MS-USGT-600 comes equipped with REACH isolating system technology to easily isolate any problem grounding components.
The MS-USGT-600 can evaluate cables from as small as #2 through double 4/0 cable. Top or side mounting studs provide maximum user flexibility when testing cable. Safety features also include a thermal overload device to prevent the device from overheating during operation.
- Product Specifications -
- Input Voltage - 120 vac nominal
- Input Current - 15 Amp AC maximum
- Output Current - 0 - 600 Amp AC
- Output Compliance - 2.5 vac
- Duty Cycle 50% - 15 minutes on, 15 minutes off
- Meter Accuracy - 1%
- Safety Features - thermal overload resettable circuit breaker
- Optional 15 and 27 kV male and female elbow adapters.
- Product dimension: 20 “ x 15 “ x 7.5 “
- Product weight: approximately 45 pounds
- Product is supplied in a heavy duty polymeric case with convenient carrying handle.
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