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New PAT tester offers affordable solution for in-house testing
20 November 2015
Seaward has expanded its Apollo generation of portable appliance testers with the new simple and affordable Apollo 400 model.
This new value for money mid-volume PAT is ideal for organisations who are looking for a fast PAT testing solution and memory storage of test records.
The latest addition to the range has been designed to provide fast, flexible and straightforward electrical safety testing, with simple test data entry being accompanied by the downloading of results into an internal memory.
With the capability to carry out a comprehensive range of battery and mains powered electrical safety tests, the Apollo 400 ensures compliance with the IET 4th Edition Code of Practice.
Bluetooth connectivity with test accessories, remote data transfer via a mobile device and USB downloading to a PC are also accommodated in the tester’s features.
The lightweight no-nonsense tester incorporates a QWERTY key pad and large colour display for ease of operation and an interactive menu structure provides a choice of automatic testing or user configurable test sequences.
The simple and straightforward approach to appliance safety testing adopted by the Seaward Apollo 400 complements the availability of the Apollo 500 and Apollo 600 testers, which have additional test features and capabilities to meet more demanding PAT applications.
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