DET4TCR2 + Kit Megger Digital Ground Testers
- IP54 rated
- 2, 3 and 4 point testing
- Attached Rod Technique (ART)
- Stakeless measurements
- User selectable test frequency
- Dry cell or rechargeable versions
- User selectable output voltage
- Simple one button operation
- Robust carry case
- Backlit display
- Delivered with calibration certificate
- Hard carry case
- Stake and wire kit (15m, 10m, 10m, 3m)
- Right angle terminal adaptors (to connect bare wires to terminals)
- External AC/DC charger
- ICLAMP (for ART testing)
- VCLAMP (adds stakeless testing)
- Field calibration check for instrument and CLAMPS
- Separate professional ground testing kit (2 x 50 m, 2 x 30 m, 4 auger stakes, tape measure, in hard carry case
Megger’s DET4 family of ground testing instruments offers a comprehensive solution to your ground stake and soil resistivity testing needs. The standard instrument comes with test leads, stakes, terminal adaptors for bare wire, batteries and calibration certificate are delivered in a tough carry case which has space to accommodate all the instrument accessories - everything you need to start testing in one kit.
The DET4TC2 and DET4TCR2 are designed for extended temperature range use with an IP54 rated enclosure making them genuinely outdoor instruments. The instrument provides all the functions required for ground system testing: variable frequency 2 pole, 3 pole, 4 pole, Attached Rod Technique (ART), stakeless, leakage current and ground noise voltage measurement.
The instrument is easy to use with a large rotary selector switch and one-press test button, both of which permit operation with gloved hands. Unlike some instruments, the design negates the need for a shorting link when making two pole measurements. There are no hidden functions with the instrument: clearly labelled auxiliary controls are used to select the test frequency (94 Hz, 105 Hz, 111 Hz and 128 Hz), output voltage (50 V or 25 V where local standards apply) and to switch the backlight on or off.
The optional ICLAMP augments the traditional fall-ofpotential measurement method with ART (Attached Rod Technique) which allows electrode testing without disconnection and also leakage current measurements down to 1 mA.