Megger

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Megger

(ˈmɛɡə)
n
(Electrical Engineering) trademark an instrument that generates a high voltage in order to test the resistance of insulation, etc
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To make sure that the highest safety standards are being provided, the Meggar is used to measure the insulation resistance of the coils of the motor.
In the first incident thieves broke into a van parked in Fownhope Close and stole items including a Meggar CM500 mains tester worth pounds 1,200, a SDS 11-volt corded drill worth pounds 150 and a Bosch battery drill worth pounds 100.
The initial phase will include meggar testing the existing generator and evaluating the maximum torque that can generated by the water flow based on measurements provided by NEAE.
Aimed at the economy market, Brownells' final magazine offering is Meggar's inexpensive Italian imports.
The team also uses the Meggar electrical tool that generates a high voltage to test the resistance of power cables insulation and motor windings.
Another tool which we regularly use is the Meggar RCDT330.