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PPM Corona Probe – Offline Partial Discharge Tester

Offline Partial Discharge Testing

Product Overview

The Corona Probe is an off-line instrument to accurately pinpoint the source of partial discharge (PD) in a particular slot in generators and motors.

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The Iris Power PPM-97 Corona Probe supplements on-line partial discharge measurements by more precisely locating the partial discharge to a particular slot and position, with the motor or generator winding energized by an external high voltage AC source.

This offline test provides a method of testing the quality of bonding between the ground wall insulation layers in the slot sections of new resin-rich and individually VPI’d coils/bars, and the adequacy of slot resin fill in global VPI windings.

Product Details

Features

  • The PPM-97 is an offline tool that supplements on-line partial discharge monitoring.
  • The instrument has a continuous wave sensitivity: 0.9 V RMS
  • Runs off 9V battery and is both light-weight and portable
  • The PPM-97 is recommended in IEEE® Standard 1434™

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Call us at +1 905.677.4824 or Toll Free at +1 888-873-4747. Alternatively, please email us at sales.iris@qualitrolcorp.com or fill out our online quote form below.

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