SKB EP devices’ demonstration for Russian Railways, JSC team
SKB EP devices’ demonstration was held at the Irkutsk State Transport University (IrGUPS). During this meeting SKB EP engineer represented the features of the devices to the employees of Russian Railways, JSC.
At the East Siberian Railway, the branch of the Russian Railways, JSC there are milli-ohmmeter MIKO-9A in operation and a multipurpose low / high resistance meter MIKO-2.3. Before starting the work with these devices employees needed to get advices from SKB EP experts. What is more, an advanced circuit breaker analyzer PKV/M7 and a transformer OLTC diagnostic system PKR-2M were also presented during this training.
MIKO-9A is the flagship device among SKB EP milli-ohmmeters. The device allows to connect to three phases of the transformer simultaneously and take measurements with automatic switch between them. This mode allows to reduce the number of ascents and descents from the object that saves the time that is spent on high-voltage equipment diagnostic. MIKO-9A:
- is easy to operate and transport due to its small dimensions;
- has wide resistance range;
- allows the fast measurement process, due to the possibility of electrical resistance measurement on two windings;
- has various auto calculations and non-volatile memory.
MIKO-2.3 is a portable mini-laboratory allowing to perform all tasks connected with resistance measurement in electrical equipment as this instrument operates in four modes: micro-ohmmeter, milli-ohmmeter, kilo-ohmmeter and thermometer.
The demonstration was successful. The Russian Railways employees got acquainted with devices functionality and had an opportunity to try MIKO-9A milli-ohmmeter and MIKO-2.3 resistance meter in operation and to get recommendations from SKB EP engineer at the same moment.
SKB EP company offers individual on-site training events that will give you all the necessary information on working with devices. If you want to learn more about such trainings, leave a request at the website or ask SKB EP specialists via mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone +7 (812) 500-25-48