ZE & PFC Electrical Testing Made Easy | How to Perform the Ze and PFC Test on a Megger

Today, I explained how to perform the Ze & Pfc’s tests on my Megger MFT 1711.

Megger are a great manufacturer of test equipment – I have had used them for many trouble-free years. As usual, any suggestions for videos or comments below. Thanks for watching and please subscribe and like the video’s

0:00 Start
0:10 ZE Electrical Testing
0:15 Insert test leads
0:49 Set the machine to the correct setting
1:30 Set the option button to “2Hi”
1:50 Set the probe on the live Conductor
2:10 PFC Electrical Testing
2:45 Put one probe on the Earth bar and one on the live conductor

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