The Quadtech Guardian 6100 Plus safety analyser is suitable for electrical products safety and compliance testing to the requirements of UL, CSA, IEC/EN, TUV and other specifications.
The GF309 infrared camera has been specifically developed for high-temperature industrial furnace applications and is claimed to ‘see through flames’ in all types of gas-fired furnaces, chemical heaters and coal-fired boilers.
The RLD2 UV leak detector flashlight is designed for use by HVAC technicians, plant maintenance technicians and automotive technicians to instantly uncover refrigerant leaks.
AlphaPAT is a portable appliance tester that tests leakage in single- and three-phase electrical appliances to verify their electrical safety.
The PTI-160 series cameras offer an optimal price/performance ratio. Equipped with an integrated high-performance UFPA detector, they are quickly ready for use and deliver sharp, accurate thermal images for on-site problem analysis.
The ESA620 electrical safety analyser has a selection of three test loads, two protective earth test currents and two insulation test voltages to perform all primary electrical safety tests as well as several additional leakage tests for premium standards compliance worldwide.
The TiR1 and TiR thermal imagers are designed for use in building restoration and inspection applications.
The MIT and S1 insulation testers have been enhanced so that they now meet the requirements for use in CAT IV 600 V applications. This makes them suitable for performing measurements at the source of supply in low-voltage installations and offer immunity to high-voltage transients up to 8 kV.
FLIR Systems has added two camera models to its T-series, a compact handheld infrared camera range for industrial and technical applications.
The Farnell calibration service for test and measurement instruments provides services including initial calibration for new products, NATA accredited calibration and to check the accuracy of existing test equipment.
The SafeTcheck Pro Logger II is an electrical portable appliance tester (PAT) designed and manufactured in Australia. The tester ensures the electrical safety of appliances and complies with the requirements of the current Australian and New Zealand Standard AS/NZS3760 (In-service safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment).
New OHS regulations for the testing and tagging of portable electrical equipment and RCDs on construction sites will come into effect shortly.