All in One - Fully Automatic
BAUR Sheath Testing and Fault Location System - shirla
- Cable and cable sheath testing up to 10kV
- Resistance measurement
- Cable and cable sheath fault pre-location with high precision measuring bridge
- Definable cable sections with individual adjustable length, cross section and conductor material
- Cable sheath fault pin pointing
- Integrated discharge unit
- Step-less voltage adjustment
- Automatic reporting function
- Mains and battery operated
- Menu control via one button operation
- Timer function for testing and switch-on delay time
The new top device - SHIRLA is used for cable- and cable sheath testing, fault prelocation as well as for sheath fault pin pointing according to the step voltage method.
The special measuring bridge is performing the measurements according to Murray and Glaser. With the integrated high voltage DC source, shirla allows prelocation of low resistive as well as high resistive cable faults. The measuring principle enables prelocation of faults especially at unshielded control- and lighting cables as well as cable sheath!
Analyses are done automatically and the results are displayed digital.
For cable fault pin pointing according to the step voltage method, a defined DC pulse pattern is applied and the step voltage can be picked up by using the KMF1 or UL Receiver set.
Cable Sheath Fault Receiver
- Battery operation
- Zero point compensation
- Amplification selectable step less
- Battery test
- Indication of direction by moving coil instrument
- Accurate location of cable sheath faults
- Applicable in combination with cable sheath test set or surge voltage generator
The cable sheath fault receiver KMF 1 is applied according to the step voltage method. With two earth probes (dismountable for transportation) the cable route is followed. Additionally, the battery powered instrument is suitable for location of several successive sheath faults. Equipped with an adjustable carrying strap, the sturdy instrument fulfills all requirements for a rigorous application in the field.