Advanced Test Equipment Press Release - July 7, 2009
Advanced Test Equipment Announce Rental Availability of the New AEMC 6472/6474 Ground Resistance Tester
CA - July 7 -- Advanced Test Equipment Corp. -- The GroundFlex™ Adapter Model 6474 is capable of power
transmission tower and tower leg ground resistance testing when used in combination with the Model 6472 Kit. This
multi-functional and high performance earth and resistivity tester has been designed for reliability, speed and
accuracy. This is the ONLY system on the market capable of testing ground resistance of individual power
transmission tower legs and total resistance without disconnecting the overhead ground wire. Not only will you
save time and money with this comprehensive tester, but it is significantly safer than many other earth testing
systems on the market.
of the AEMC® Tower & Substation GroundFlex™ are able to test both ground resistance of tower legs (individually
and total) and overhead ground wires. Unlike traditional earth testers, the Model 6472 offers the possibility of
analyzing the frequency behavior of earthing systems up to 5 kHz. By employing a high-frequency measurement signal
it is possible to assess the behavior of an earthing system in the event of lightning. Other features include Bond
Resistance, Ground Resistance, Soil Resistivity, Ground Coupling, Selective Ground Resistance using a Current
Probe and Step & Touch Potential Testing.
NOTE: The GroundFlex™ Adapter Model 6474 can only be used with
the Ground Tester Model 6472 Kit.
About Advanced Test Equipment Rentals
Advanced Test Equipment is a rental solutions provider of test equipment for Electromagnetic Compatibility
(EMC), Communications, Aerospace and related industries. Headquartered in San Diego, California, Advanced Test
Equipment has over 28 years of experience and services clients worldwide. Additional information about Advanced
Test Equipment is available at
Advanced Test Equipment
(888) 485-ATEC (2832)
Date posted - 7/7/2009
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