The cable identifier Ariadna CI-DE device allows to identify of any type of de-energized cable, in a RELIABLE, SIMPLE, and SAFE way.
Specially designed for maintenance tasks involving the handling of electrical cables, it is an effective tool that allows operators to easily and without error identify de-energized cables from other conductors in trenches, manholes, panels…
It doesn’t require calibration before using it, factory calibrated.
Induced with induction clamp
Merytronic PI-3 MV & LV cable identifier is a robust, user-friendly, and advanced digital tool. It helps users easily identify any de-energized electric cable and its phases, among multiple conductors, in substations, trenches, manholes, panels, aerial/underground conversions, etc
The transmitter includes three inductive clamps (or crocodiles). Therefore, it can detect each one of the phases of a feeder without changing the transmitter connection. It also helps to identify both de-energized cables prior to being cut and open cables (once they have already been cut) to join the phases of both sides correctly
There are many situations in which it is necessary to quickly and accurately identify live Low Voltage (LV) cables, for example, when opening a trench, making a branch in a line, before carrying out some maintenance tasks, when making a new connection, …
Merytronic has developed the Ariadna IC2G, an ultra-portable Cable identifier device that is used for positive cable identification, in Low Voltage cables.
The device consists of a transmitter (IC2G-TX) and a receiver (IC2G-RX). Its use is simple: the transmitter (TX) is connected to an LV cable and the receiver (RX) is used to identify or locate that cable upstream, towards the MV/LV transformer.