The test is controlled by general test plans that are automatically individualized for each circuit breaker. Each test plan defines what is to be tested and sets the TM1600/MA61 or EGIL automatically. As a result, operator intervention is minimized, and the test can be conducted repeatedly in the same way.
After each breaker operation the results appear on the computer screen, both graphically and numerically in the form of calculated parameters such as time, speed and distance travelled. A test result can be compared immediately with previous results and with reference measurements thanks to the fact that graphs obtained from different tests can be superimposed.
Test results can then be stored on the PC's hard disk or on diskette so that you can compare results obtained at different times, thus revealing gradual changes in a breaker's condition. Results can also be printed out on paper.
An optical fibre link ensures galvanic isolation between the computer and the measurement equipment. Two or more breaker analyzers can be connected together to a single computer.
CABA Win can be connected to a data base so that measured data can be administered efficiently. Both measurement results and information about circuit breakers can be kept in the data base, which can store data for two or more CABA Win users within a company. Information in the data base can also be exchanged between different users. Please contact Programma for further information.
Programma Electric Inc., 1225 Carnegie Street, Suite 109, Rolling Meadows, IL 60008. Tel: 847-506-1126; Fax: 847-506-1760.