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Primary Test Manager Features High-Performance Database

Primary Test Manager Features High-Performance Database

The Primary Test Manager software from Omicron supports the user during diagnostic testing for analyzing the condition of power transformers, current transformers, circuit breakers and child assets like bushings and LTCs.

A high-performance database ensures that the installed equipment and the associated test plans can be managed easily. The PTM 2.0 guides the user through the testing process with easily comprehensible testing procedures and detailed wiring diagrams. Tests can be automatically assessed according to international standards and accepted practice.

The combination PTM software and CPC 100 meet national and international standards, such as IEEE 62 (C57.152) or IEC 60076-1 and -3, and exceed all measurement and accuracy requirements.

Key Features
  • Integrated asset data management with a high-performance database
  • Dynamic generation of test plans
  • Guided test procedure for proper testing according to industry standards
  • Comprehensive reporting, incl. test templates for all standard and advanced tests
  • Import and export interfaces for data exchange

Applications

The following values can be measured with the Primary Test Manager software:

Power Transformers (PT)
  • Power factor / dissipation factor and capacitance of transformers
  • Power factor / dissipation factor and capacitance of bushings
  • Exciting current
  • Surge arresters
  • Insulating fluids
  • Short circuit impedance / Leakage reactance
  • Transformer turns ratio (TTR)
  • DC winding resistance
  • Power factor / dissipation factor with variable frequency
  • Frequency Response of Stray Losses (FRSL)
  • Dynamic tap changer diagnostics (OLTC test)
Current transformers (CT)
  • Ratio with primary current injection
  • Power factor / dissipation factor and capacitance
  • Power factor / dissipation factor with variable frequency
Circuit breakers (CB)
  • Power factor / dissipation factor and capacitance of circuit breakers
  • Power factor / dissipation factor and capacitance of bushings
  • Contact resistance
  • Power factor / dissipation factor with variable frequency
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