AGL-5

Voltage detector designed for use on offshore, remotely operated vehicles and airfield ground lighting systems

  • Compatible for use on any system up to 5kV
  • Complete with proving unit and carry case
  • High visibility indicators

 

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AGL-5

The Seaward AGL-5 is a two pole voltage detector designed specifically for use on Offshore systems or Airfield Ground Lighting systems up to 5kV. The instrument indicates the presence of voltages greater than 50V AC/ 70V DC and is ideal for proving dead on Remotely Operated Vehicles or AGL systems up to 5000V AC or DC.

The unit is totally encapsulated in a high impact rugged enclosure and is IP64 rated. The ultra-bright high intensity red LED indicators and a polarizing filter making it clearly visible in all working environments. The AGL-5 is supplied complete with a proving unit for proof testing before and after use and a protective carry case.

  • Compatible with all AGL systems up to 5kV
  • High visibility indicators
  • Compact and highly portable
  • Fully compliant with all relevant international standards
  • Complete with proving unit and carry case

Case study - Test Equipment Ensures Safe Working on Jersey Airport Ground Lighting Systems

Jersey Airport testing Ground Lighting Systems with AGL-5

Innovative test instrumentation is helping a busy airport to ensure that important electrical maintenance work can be carried out safely and efficiently in compliance with aviation industry regulations...

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AGL-5

Technical Specification
 

AGL-5 Two Pole Voltage Detector

Working Voltage 5000V ac/dc max
Threshold Voltage  50Vac/70Vdc
Circuit Current  <3.5mA
Indicator  2 ultra-bright red LED
Compliance  IEC 61243-2 and IEC 61243-3

 

PH3-LLT Proving Unit

Output Voltage  500V dc nominal
Output current 0.45mA into 2kohm
Two non-touchable terminals  
Neon ‘active' indicator  
Compliance BS EN 61010-1  

 

Part Number AGL-5 Voltage Detector 374A910

 

 

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