Large, high resolution colour TFT LCD touch screen intuitive smart navigation makes testing relays easier
Designed for either right or left handed operation with control knob centrally located
Standard Software includes: ramping, timing, sequencer, impedance, differential, transducer test, and meter test
Enhanced Software includes: synchronizer, frequency, Megger GOOSE Configurator (MGC), COMTRADE, power swing, and SS1 File playback
Automatic ramp, pulse ramp, binary search and pulse ramp binary search capability for pick up and dropout tests
Overcurrent relay test includes IEC, IEEE, and hundreds of specific relay time-Curves Built-in
Dynamic testing capability, multi-shot trip, and reclose “Sequencing” test screen
Save/View/Print results from internal PowerDB OnBoard
Download results via USB to print
The Smart Touch View Interface™ (STVI) is Megger’s second generation of handheld controllers for the new SMRT and older MPRT1 relay test systems. With its large, full colour, high resolution, TFT LCD touch screen, it allows you to perform manual, steady-state, and dynamic testing quickly and easily using the manual test screen, as well as using built-in preset test routines for most popular relays.
Ergonomically designed for either right or left hand operation, the STVI has rubber cushion grips and a centrally located control knob. It also has an intuitive touch screen making it extremely easy to use. You can even use the built-in stand for single-handed operation! The STVI uses a standard Ethernet cable, and Power Over Ethernet (POE) operation.
The STVI displays metered values such as AC and DC Amperes, AC and DC Volts, and time in both seconds and cycles. Depending on the type of test selected, other values may be displayed, such as phase angle, frequency, ohms, watts, VA, or power factor/dissipation factor. Menu screens and touch screen function buttons are provided to quickly and easily select the desired test function. Tests results can be saved to the STVI with its non-volatile built-in data storage, and can be downloaded to a USB drive to transfer or print test reports.