Test & Measurements Instruments
New testers are tough, safe and simple
Tough enough to cope with any site conditions, Megger’s new MIT200 insulation and continuity testers are small enough to slip into a pocket.
Tough enough to cope
Tough enough to cope with any site conditions, Megger’s new MIT200 insulation and continuity testers are safe and easy to use.
The new instruments are suitable for testing practically all domestic, commercial and industrial installations and are rated to Category III 600V application.
Safe and practical
Safety has been an important design feature of the MIT200. Should one of
the instruments be inadvertently connected to a live circuit, a warning is
immediately sounded, even if the instrument’s internal fuse has failed.
The voltage is then displayed and testing is inhibited. Automatic warning
of fuse failure is also provided, saving time-consuming manual fuse
Instruments in the new range are currently available in four versions. The MIT200 offers a 500 V test voltage, the MIT 210 1000 V, the MIT220 offers insulation testing at 250V and 500V, while the MIT230 allows testing at 250V, 500V and 1000V. Both models feature 1000megohm insulation testing at all supported voltages, 200mA continuity test current, and a fast continuity buzzer with a 5 ohm threshold. Continuity tests are fully automatic, freeing both hands and removing the need to press the TEST button, but still features live circuit detection.
MIT200 testers are supplied with test leads that feature right-angled connectors to prevent tangling and reduce stress in the cable. MIT230 testers and accessories are supplied in a rigid carry case. They are also supplied with free calibration certificates.
Insulation testing to
The MIT200 series will find applications in electrical contracting, both
on domestic and industrial systems, as well as site maintenance and
The MIT200 series of insulation and continuity testers are ideal for
testing transformers, motors, generators, switchgear, panel building,
domestic appliances, power tools etc., as well as fixed electrical wiring