Voltage detectors

August 2005 IT infrastructure

Dehn's PHE III voltage detectors from Surge Technology's HV division, offer electronic, visual and acoustic indication providing safe and reliable operation for personnel working in metal clad switchgear systems and sub-station environments.

The PHE III voltage detector can be used in switchgear that mounts horizontally, and a 90° test probe is available for testing in switchgear that mount vertically. All major switchgear manufacturers have approved the voltage detector and test probes for use in switchgear.

Manufactured and tested in accordance with IEC requirements, the voltage detectors are suitable for indoor and outdoor use, as well as in wet weather conditions.

The type PHE III are available for dedicated voltages or voltage ranges up to 33 kV, 50 Hz as an IEC category type 'S' voltage detector for switchgear applications. Both user-friendly and versatile, the devices are easily transported due to their detachable insulating rods and test probes.

The indicator units are fully insulated and an acoustic and LED display indicate their operational and battery status. The PHE III voltage detectors are supplied with a detachable glass-fibre reinforced insulating rod and various contact electrodes.

Dehn is represented locally by Surge Technology.

For more information contact Johan van Staden, Surge Technology, 011 792 1303/4/5, info@surgetek.co.za, surgetek.co.za


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