There are many situations in which it is necessary to quickly and accurately identify live Low Voltage (LV) cables, for example, when opening a trench, making a branch in a line, before carrying out some maintenance tasks, when making a new connection, …
Merytronic has developed the Ariadna IC2G, an ultra-portable Cable identifier device which is used for positive cable identification, in Low Voltage cables.
The device consists of a transmitter (IC2G-TX) and a receiver (IC2G-RX). Its use is simple: the transmitter (TX) is connected to an LV cable and the receiver (RX) is used to identify or locate that cable upstream, towards the MV/LV transformer.
- Positive cable identification without de-energising the network
- Works on LOW VOLTAGE distribution cables up to 250 V (50-60 Hz)
- Sensor Rogowski: identifies cables by placing the sensor around the cable
- U” sensor: identifies conductors by touching the cable
- Single-phase and three-phase cables
- Fast identification, achieved in seconds
- Simple operation due to automatic synchronisation between transmitter and receiver
In maintenance tasks in LV networks, it may be necessary to know the route of electric cables.
Merytronic has developed a solution that allows a pre-location of the cable route with voltage upstream, in a quick and easy way, by simply connecting a T-sensor to the IC2G device.
- In Low Voltage Active networks
- Pre-location of the cable without cutting the power supply
- From any register point
T Sensor: Pre-location of energised Low Voltage cable
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