EAGLE EYE POWER SOLUTIONS  GFL-1000    Ground Fault Locator
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Price: $7,995.00
Product ID : EAGLE EYE POWER SOLUTIONS GFL-1000 Ground Fault Locator
Manufacturer: Eagle Eye power solutions llc
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EAGLE EYE POWER SOLUTIONS Ground Fault Locator The Eagle Eye GFL-1000 Ground Fault Locator is an essential instrument to pinpoint faulty grounding where electrical cables have breakage and loss to the ground. The unit measures current leakage of DC systems with high resistance. The GFL-1000 is designed to fast-detect, track, and locate virtual grounding faults for both offline and online DC systems. Measurement of online DC systems is possible as the output current of the GFL-1000 is very low but the output voltage can be up to 1000V. The GFL-1000 battery ground fault locator provides accurate solutions for troubleshooting and preventative maintenance, increasing the reliability of electrical equipment. Fast localization and elimination of grounding faults is critical for electricians and service technicians whose goal is to increase system reliability. GFL-1000 The Eagle Eye GFL-1000 pinpoints ground faults by accurately measuring grounding resistance and distributing capacitance. Based on different distributing capacitance, it selects the right output frequency for testing - enabling it to be used on a variety of DC systems. The GFL-1000 has a compact and rugged design making it easy to use in small places and harsh environments. The GFL-1000 Ground Fault Locator is widely used in the telecom, utilities, and transportation industries. The GFL-1000 Kit Includes: GFL-1000 Main Body Signal Generator Power Adapter Two (2) Signal Testing Leads Two (2) Alligator Clips Punctuation Clip Signal Receiver Two (2) Dual-Range Current Detector Two (2) Batteries Battery Charger Carrying Case User Manual Utilities commonly use the GFL-1000 to meet NERC compliance. The GFL-1000 is recommended by NERC PRC-005-2 to inspect for unintentional grounds for Vented Lead-Acid, Valve-Regulated Lead-Acid, and NiCad batteries every four calendar months. In many cases, the first ground that appears on a battery is not a problem. Unintentional grounds that appear on the opposite pole become problematic, and it is up to the user to determine if corrective actions are needed on detected unintentional DC grounds to reduce any possible consequences.

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