The TTRU3 is an important tool for determining the mechanical condition of transformers. All ratio tests are performed in one instrument, with only one 3Ø lead-set connection. The TTRU3 utilizes the latest 7 inch (180 mm) color touch display, as well as an optional printer so you never lose your results. This is complimented with remote control which can be operated from your PC, as well as the ability to download results to a USB memory device.
A variable DC voltage is needed to test a circuit breaker. Substation batteries should not be used since this entails considerable risk for testing personnel, testing equipment and also for the equipment being tested. The best way to ascertain whether or not solenoids and protective mechanisms are sluggish or working properly is to perform a test at minimum tripping voltage. The minimum trip voltage test is described in international and national standards such as IEC 62271-100, ANSI C37.09 etc.
B10E can be used to test breaker coils in this manner. It provides a ripple-free variable DC voltage that can easily accommodate a high, variable load.