High Voltage Testing

The Seaward high voltage testing equipment range has been specially designed for the safe and practical detection of voltages on electrical systems in the power generation and distribution, rail network, petrochemical and electrical service and maintenance industries.

The high voltage test range is designed for use on power system voltages of up to 33kV, and includes ergonomically designed portable neon and digital voltage indicators, capacitive voltage indicators, circuit phasing equipment, insulator leakage detectors and current clamps.

This highly specialist range of HV test equipment is in widespread use with test engineers and electrical power technicians worldwide, and has a longstanding reputation for reliability, accuracy and robust construction.

Importantly, with safety such a crucial factor, all Seaward high voltage testing equipment is fully compliant with international standards and is manufactured in compliance with IEC 61243.

 

Voltage Indicators

Voltage Indicators

Voltage testers are a staple requirement of the professional electrician’s toolkit. View the Range

Proving Units for High Voltage Testing Equipment

Proving Units for High Voltage Testing Equipment

A high quality range of proving units provide the important role of verifying the safe operation of high voltage potential indicators used by power engineers, maintenance personnel and service engineers. View the Range

Phasing Sticks

Phasing Sticks

Seaward PR11 high voltage phasing rods enable phase comparisons to be made at the point of paralleling two circuits without the interposition of voltage transformers or secondary wiring circuits. View the Range

Current Measurement

Current Measurement

Specialist test equipment is available for the measurement of electrical current flow in overhead line systems and large diameter conductors and fuses. View the Range

Safe Discharge Rods

Safe Discharge Rods

These instruments will allow you to conduct the safe damp discharge of the residual charge on the cable / equipment by limiting the discharge current. View the Range