Benning PV1-1

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  1. clear and unambiguous display of all measurement results safe measurement connection, even if the photovoltaic system is delivering energy automatic testing procedure (RPE, VDC (1000 VDC), IS/C (15 ADC) 

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The test includes continuity testing of earth connections, measurement of the open-circuit voltage and short-circuit current as well as insulating resistance measurement between active conductors (+/-) and earth. The BENNING PV 1-1 is provided with contact-protected PV measuring leads for direct connection to all PV modules/ strings by means of standardized PV connectors. The automatic testing procedure gives a warning in case of wrong DC polarity and automatically performs all necessary steps for a safe measurement.

The BENNING PV 1-1 allows to carry out the entire test safely, reliably, easily and quickly. The BENNING PV 1-1 is recommended for daily use by service, cleaning and maintenance teams as well as for solar panel installers and authorized experts for photovoltaics.

Measuring functions protective earth conductor resistance measurement with test current of 200 mA open-circuit voltage measurement of the solar modules or PV strings up to 1,000 VDC. short-circuit current measurement via an internal circuit up to 15 ADC without any danger for the user insulation resistance measurement between the active DC conductors (+/-) and earth with adjustable testing voltage of 250 V, 500 V, 1,000 VDC) functional test via current measurement up to 40 A AC/DC (by means of current clamp adapter BENNING CC 3, item no. 044038) The BENNING PV 1-1 is able to receive the measured values (insolation, PV module / ambient temperature and date / time stamp) of the insolation and temperature measuring instrument BENNING SUN 2 (optional) via radio connection.

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Manufacturer Benning
Weight in kg: 2.0000


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