CPC 100

Universal primary injection test set for substation assets

Discover our CPC 100

The patented CPC 100 primary injection test system replaces several individual testing devices. This reduces the costs for training and transport, and cuts down testing time. Therefore, the CPC 100 is the ideal test set for substation asset commissioning and maintenance. You can operate the CPC 100 via the integrated front panel, or by using the Primary Test ManagerTM (PTM) software on your laptop.


Key Features

    • Unsurpassed immunity to interference for partial discharge measurements, even under difficult operating conditions
    • High measurement accuracy thanks to completely digital data processing
    • Safe operation through use of fiber optic cables for complete galvanic isolation
    • Recording and playback of measurements with full function control
    • IEC 60270-compliant partial discharge measurement, confirmed by an independent testing institute


    • Current transformers (CT)
    • Voltage transformers (VT)
    • Transformers
    • Rotating machines
    • Grounding systems
    • Lines and cables
    • Circuit breakers

Five Reasons To get CPC 100

Saves you time

The CPC 100 provides you with automated testing procedures and reporting to help you to work quickly and more efficiently.

High level of safety

To protect you and your equipment, the CPC 100 fulfills the highest safety requirements when performing electrical tests according to IEEE and IEC standards.

Compact and lightweight

The compact, lightweight design (29 kg / 64 lbs) makes the CPC 100 easy for one person to transport and ideal for on-site testing in areas with limited space.

Powerful device

The powerful testing device provides up to 800 A or 2 kV (2 kA or 12 kV/ 15kV with boosters) with up to 5 kVA over a frequency range of 15 Hz to 400 Hz or 400 ADC

CPC Sync

The CPC Sync feature ‘provides the opportunity to synchronize up to three CPC100 testing systems. It can be used as a mobile and scalable HV source for on-site induced voltage tests on dry-type transformers (DTT) and gas-insulated switchgears.


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