Battery Impedance Testers BITEs from Megger. Best way to test the overall health of batteries. Check internal impedance, temperature, etc.
Clampmeters Four models available, including basic models for AC current, a unique "open jaw" model for easy current measurements, and an AC/DC model with multimeter functions.
Cable Tracers Systems to trace both energized and non-energized underground wires and cables. Locate power cables, telephone wires, cable TV, etc.
Dielectric Test Sets 5 and 15 kV Dielectric Test Sets for measuring leakage current while applying a DC voltage at or above the system's operating level.
Height Meters Easily determine height of overhead wires and cables. Uses ultrasonic sound to determine the height so no physical connection required.
Hi-Pot Testers Instruments to test the dielectric strength of electrical insulation and ground circuit continuity of three-wire appliances and other devices.
Price List 2014-2015 prices for all models and accessories
Megohmmeters These 5 and 15 kV Megohmmeters provide a continususly variable test voltage for highly sensitive insulation-resistance measurements of all types of electrical equipment and power cables. Direct reading up to 200,000 MΩ
Discontinued Models Data sheets still available for some older models.
For over 100 years, Megger has been the premier provider of electric test
equipment and measuring instruments for electrical power applications. The company was founded
in 1889 in England as Evershed & Vignoles and over the years has been
known by several names, most recently, AVO International. In 2002, the company
decided to change its name to Megger, which is what many people have
called it all along. Today, Megger enjoys an
outstanding reputation in the areas of insulation testing, low resistance and
ground resistance testing, and a wide variety of electrical contractor
maintenance tools such as multimeters, portable appliance testers and
For many years, the James G. Biddle Company
in Pennsylvania, was the U.S. importer of Megger products and they also manufactured
equipment under their own name. A number of years ago, Megger became the sole owner of
James G. Biddle, and has retained the use of the Biddle trademark
for many of the Biddle products still available today.
Manufacturing insulation testers is where Megger started,
and the Megger brand name is so well known today that maintenance
professionals often incorrectly use it as a verb when they refer to doing
an insulation test on wiring. The Megger trademark was
first registered in May 1903 by Evershed and Vignoles and it, along with "Biddle" are jealously guarded
by the company today.
Although best known for the world famous range of
insulation testers, Megger provides a full service solution to meet your
electrical test and measurement needs. Megger products provide testing
solutions in the most critical maintenance areas including cable fault
locating, earth/ground testing, low resistance measuring
apparatus, and power quality testing. With such a diverse product offering,
Megger and MeterCenter can be a single source for electrical test and
measuring instruments for our customers.
Setting the Standard for Quality
All Megger products meet the highest standards for quality, reliability
and safety. The Megger facilities are certified to full operational requirements
of the ISO 9001 quality standard, with the Dover, England site also certified to
ISO14001, the international environmental standard. Megger constantly
strives to improve its quality assurance position with input from
periodic audits by independent experts required for continued ISO
9001 certification. The company then makes adjustments and refinements in
responsibilities and procedures to make sure your experience with Megger
is always world class.