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Innovative SKB EP instruments at International forum Power Grids 2019

10 december 2019

From 3rd to 6th December, 2019 on the territory of VDNH exhibition center in Moscow, Russia was held an annual International forum Power Grids. As has been recognized, the Forum is one of the key events in the electrical and energy industries. In the year 2019, the Forum’s activities were aimed at disseminating the information on the digital transformation of the electrical and energy industries.

Over 17,000 people visited the Forum in 4 days. The Forum program included not only plenary meetings, but also the exhibition part, in which 405 exhibitors from different countries represented high-tech innovative equipment of Russian and foreign production.

SKB EP annually participates in the International forum Power Grids. Therefore, in 2019, representatives of more than 200 companies that are involved in the electrical sector, for example, PJSC MOESK, PJSC FGC UES, PJSC Rosseti, visited the company’s booth.

At SKB EP booth were represented following devices that are beloved by users:

  • MIKO-21 high-precision microohmmeter with accuracy of ±0.05%;
  • MIKO-10 small-size microohmmeter;
  • PKV/M7 high-voltage circuit breaker analyzer;
  • MIKO-9A, MIKO-8M(A) and MIKO-7M(A) milliohmmeters;
  • MIKO-2.3 multipurpose micromillikiloohmmeter with test current up to 1 000 A and MIKO-1 industrial microohmmeter with test current up to 50 A;
  • PKR-2M transformer OLTCs analyzer.

Particular attention of the visitors was directed to the Manipulating rod that is designed to ensure convenient connection to contacts of high-voltage objects. Test cables are connected to the measurement platform from the ground, so you do not need to use any additional equipment.

For the very first time we made some testing at the exhibition booth! We used PKV/M7 to measure time and speed characteristics of Schneider Electric Evolis high-voltage circuit breaker. MIKO-group devices (MIKO-21, MIKO-10 and MIKO-1) were used to measure transient resistance of high-voltage circuit breakers power contacts.

Thanks to everyone who visited our company’s booth at Power Grids!
We will be glad to see you in 2020!

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