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Schleich MTC1

Data of Insulation-Resistance Test/ Pi Dar Test / Stop- Voltage Test
  • Integrated, Very Sensitive, Fast Dc High-voltage Test
  • Voltage Adjustment Manually Via Potentiometer Or Automatically Via Test Program
  • Measuring Range Current: 0 … 3ma / Resolution: 0.001ua / Max. Current: 3ma / Indication Of Overcurrent (Detection Of Disruptive Breakdown)
  • Measuring Range Insulation Resistance: 1mw … 100gw
  • Evaluation Of Insulation Resistance Or Insulation Current With Freely Programmable Limit Values
  • Test Voltage: 0 …. 12000v Dc (Automatically Adjusted And Stabilized)
  • Voltage Stability And Ripple: Better <0.01% According To Ieee Standards
  • Automatic Pi Test Incl. Graphical Pi-diagram
Test Methods
  • Surge Test Up To 12kv At 4 Winding Connections With Automatic Switch-over Between The Connections
  • Insulation-resistance Test With Dc Up To 12kv With Automatic Switch-over Between The Connections
  • Dc-high-voltage Test Up To 12kv
  • Pi/dar Test With Dc High Voltage
  • Automatic Step-voltage Test
  • Visual Examination
  • Optional High-accuracy Ohmic Resistance Test In 4-wire Configuration Incl. Ambient-temperature Compensation
Surge Test Data
  • 500v – 12000v Continuously Adjustable With Electronic Voltage Source
  • Voltage Adjustment Manually Via Digital Potentiometer Or Automatically Via Test Program
  • Automatic Comparison Of Coils Possible, With And Without Reference
  • Curves Via 8 Individual Automatic Evaluation Methods
    •  Patented Correlation Analysis
    •  Area Analysis (Ea)
    •  Differential Area Analysis (Ea)
    •  Differential Area Analysis With Continuous Voltage Increase (Ear)
    •  Attenuation Analysis
    •  Tolerance-band Method
    •  Frequency Method
    • Discharge Analysis
  • Automatic Comparison Of The Indvidual Coils Of A Stator
  • Manual Testing – Optimized For Service, Maintenance And Repair
  • Imax: 1000 A / Max. Energy: 7,2 Joule / Surge Capacity: 100 Nf
  • Impulses Per Step: 1…9999 For Automatic Testing And Unlimited For Manual Testin
PC Data
  • 1,6GHz Pentium-M CPU with WINDOWS 7 multilingual/ min. 64GByte hard disk / 512MB RAM
  • USB interface (e.g. for printer), Ethernet interface (LAN), RS232 interface, VGA for external monitor
  • 8.5″ color display with bright background and touch-screen operation – replaces mouse and keyboard
  • Language of tester software: German, English and French / other languages on request
Additional Data
  • Red Warning Light For “Attention Test In Process – Leads And Test Object Are Under Voltage”
  • Warning When The Tester Has No Pe Connection (Open-ground Indication)
  • Automatic Discharge Of The Motor At The End Of The Test And Connection Of All Test Leads To Pe
  • Manual Tests Always Starting With The Smallest Voltage
  • Storage: Approx. 1 Million Results And Approx. 1 Million Different Motor Test Programs
  • Dimensions: 4 Height Modules 19″
  • Weight: 19kg
  • Voltage Supply: 100v…240v / 50…60hz (Wide-range Voltage Range)
  • No I/o Interfaces Anymore


The MTC1 is an all-purpose tester for testing electric motors and windings. It combines ten different test methods in a user-friendly and mobile tester.The combination of test methods, the compact design and the option for a battery operation turn the MotorAnalyzer1 into an ideal tool for the on-site-operation – especially at difficult operation locations.

The MTC1 is a digital surge tester for testing inductive test objects, e.g. three-phase stators, single-phase stators, transformers, motors, armatures and
single coils. The tester is controlled by an integrated PC. The tester can be used as a table-top device. (INFO: No 19” version available. It inspect a
three-phase current motor the three winding connections as well as the motor cabinet are connected with the tester. The MTC1 supplies 4 winding
connections (L1, L2, L3 and Star) and one frame connection. Via these connections, it is possible to test 1-phase and 3-phase stators. The stator
windings are interconnected. For example at 3-phase stators, the test is usually performed in four steps:
Delta connection: 1. L1 – L2 | 2. L1 – L3 | 3. L2 – L3 | 4. L1 – L2 – L3 (comparison between phases)
Star connection: 1. L1 – star | 2. L2 – star | 3. L3 – star | 4. L1 – L2 – L3 (comparison between phases)

ADVANTAGE: At all test methods, the measuring leads are switched over to the various winding connections automatically inside the tester.
Therefore, in order to perform the surge test, the insulation-resistance test and the resistance test, the test leads only need to be connected to the
test object, once and don’t have to be reconnected later!


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