Motor repair | Manual inspection
The MTC2 is immediately ready to perform spontaneous measurements. By means of the unique manual mode all test methods (resistance-, surge voltage,- insulation resistance- and partial discharge test) may be started. There´s no need for test parameterizations in advance. You only enter the requested test voltage and start the test.
The software always provides you, similar to a multimeter, with the current test results. Thus, the evaluation of the winding and its´insulating system is instantly possible and you are able to decide if the motor needs a repair and what needs to be repaired.
In addition, a variety of motor data can be entered, which can also be printed, together with the test results, on the SCHLEICH standard test report.
Motor repair | Manual inspection of squirrel cage rotors or stators
By means of special test probes a turn-to-turn fault in the stator is determined. This procedure may also be applied at squirrel cage rotors.
See also : Rotor-Stator-Check
Motor repair| Manual rotor inspection
By means of special test probes and the armature booster the rotor is inspected from bar to bar. Usually it is tested between two adjacent bars. A quadrant- or semicircle measurements also possible. The operator is led through the test by the integrated armature booster software.
In this case the armature booster is used for direct measurements at a train.
See also: Armature booster in SchleichPedia
Motor repair| Fully-automatic inspection
In the repair sector, a great variety of motors and generators may be fully-automatic inspected.
For this, the MTC2 offers a fully-automatic mode, which is perfectly-suited for use the in electrical engineering industry. There are 3 options to use it:
As standard, the MTC2 is already equipped with a great number of test sequences for any arbitrary nominal voltage classes. Those are already pre-set for the different test tasks and may not be adjusted. Thanks to this, you can immediately start, even in the fully-automatic mode. The operator only has to select the test sequence according to the motor´s nominal voltage and connect the motor or stator. Then he can start the fully-automatic test with automatic Go/ NoGo evaluation.
Es ist kein technisch geschultes Personal notwendig, um die Messwerte korrekt zu beurteilen!
In the fully-automatic mode the test is performed according to a freely-definable test sequence. The tester evaluates the measuring results fully-automatically and displays them either in red (NoGo) or in green colour (GO) on the screen. There´s no need for special trained or skilled staff to properly evaluate the measured results.
A nearly unlimited number of test sequences may be entered, which may be ideally adapted to and optimized for your test situation and tasks.
All saved tests may be accessed at any time and further measurements based on these settings may be performed. By this you get a direct comparison to former test results.
The MTC2 may be easily integrated in your production line. The cabinet´s dimensions are based on a 19″-housing in which the tester may perfectly be integrated. Additional interfaces allow an entire remote-control by the master PC.
For different kids of test objects any arbitrary number of test sequences may be saved in the MTC2 and accessed and started via the interface.
All test results are accessible via the interface and may be stored in a central data base by means of the master PC. Furthermore it´s possible to save the results either locally on the tester or directly in the network.
||MTC2 on its way to the scene
- Robust, solid test technology
- Use on major construction site in South America
||Motor inspection with the portable MTC2
- The mobile use is very important for all MTC2-users
||Inspection of a broken winding
- test before
- test after
- Test report printout with input- and output data
||Inspection of DC motors
- Inspection from bar to bar
- The armature assistent leads you through the test
||Testing without limits
- The MTC2 is suitable for numerous applications and tasks