Red Phase Instruments - Design & Manufacture Electrical Test Equipment
Red Phase Instruments - Design & Manufacture Electrical Test Equipment

PHANTOM LOADS

Portable and workshop phantom loads with both voltage and high current outputs.

100VA PHANTOM LOADS:MODEL 467B-30     
MODEL 467 100A & 467B 100A PHANTOM LOADSThis 3 phase phantom load is used for energising either
CT or Direct connected Energy meters during
commissioning or routine testing.

The 467B-30 can deliver over 100VA per phase at 100Amps / 1V.

"Variacs" are used to adjust the current injection level
from zero to full scale.
Each phase has a dedicated display showing the
instantaneous current level to 1 decimal place

Shrouded safety plugs and sockets are used to connect
the cables to the front panel.
The input required is 240V/415V 3 phase, 4 wire and
this is protected with a 3 pole circuit breaker.

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regarding this product.

20A 3 PHASE PHANTOM LOAD:MODEL 473     
MODEL 467 200A & 467B 100A PHANTOM LOADSSimple and easy to use 3 phase phantom load used in pre or post commissioning of metering and / or measurement products.
Easy way to determine correct installation and phasing of
equipment.
Supplied cable accessory is 4 metres long and is capable of providing 7.5 to 8 Amps of load current.
With shorter and thicker gauge cabling the 473 is capable of providing up to 20 Amps of load current per phase.






POLY-PHASE PHANTOM LOAD: MODEL 472     
MODEL 472 PHANTOM LOAD3 Phase, 4 wire 240V / 415V 50Hz + Earth
3 phase 10A circuit breaker used to protect the unit.
Neon indicators indicate which phase is live
Output configuration is switchable from star to delta.

3 phase, 4wire star 240V / 415V nominal.
Maximum out is 0.7A, 160VA.
The output voltage is controlled by 3 "Variacs", and is adjustable from 0-110%.
The output is not isolated from the mains supply.

3 phase, 3 wire delta 110V nominal.
In this configuration the output from the 472 is isolated from the mains supply.
The N terminal is earthed to chassis and mains earth.
The output of VA and VC terminals is 110V nominal with respect to the N terminal.
The output voltage is controlled by 2 "Variacs" and is adjustable.