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For many years, KoCoS has been recognized as the world's leading manufacturer of switchgear test systems. With the new ACTAS P260+ and ACTAS P360+ switchgear test systems, KoCoS now offers two portable devices which once again overtop the previous series in terms of performance.

  1. Larger range of functions thanks to new hardware and software features
  2. Increased flexibility in switchgear testing
  3. Improved ergonomics, functionality and performance
  4. Operation via integrated operating unit with 7" touch screen and/or the specially developed test software
  5. Easy operation with optimal display of all information
  6. Built in an extremely robust and compact case housing

ACTAS P360+ has been extended by two controllable outputs in the form of relays, which can be easily integrated into the test sequence. This also works retroactively with existing test templates from the pre-production series. ACTAS P260+ also received two additional control outputs, one also in the form of a relay, the other as an IGBT control output. For example, the reserve output coil of a switchgear can be connected directly without reconnection, which enables the connection of one input and two output coils simultaneously. The systems offer another major advantage with the display of measurement data oversampled at 200 kHz at 50 kHz.

There is also news in the testing software. ACTAS EXPERT is now generally included in the scope of delivery and offers some additional functions. Among other things, it is possible to export measurement data in various formats, to overlay measurement data using the measurement history and compare them directly, or to insert envelopes as a reference. For the display and analysis of the data, you can also create your own display graphics, which are also used in the corresponding test reports.

Do you have any questions, additions to the topic or would you like to convince yourself of the performance of the systems during a product demonstration online or in person at your premises? Then feel free to contact us via the comment function here in the blog or by e-mail to cstuden(at)kocos.com.

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