Megger MFT1711 Multifunction Tester (3880R)

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Megger MFT1711 Multifunction Tester (3880R)

Entry level 17th edition tester that offers Cat IV, fast and reliable results for 2 and 3-wire non-trip loop testing with resistance and fault current display and frequency measurement. Adjustable continuity and insulation resistance buzzer threshold. The MFT1711 adds a 1kV insulation test range, auto RCD tests, 10mA RCD, programmable (VAR) RCD, ZMAX and true RMS voltage measurement. Large, bright LCD screen displays showing dual parameters. Supplied in a robust moulded case.

  • Prospective Short Circuit Test & PFC
  • RCD Test
  • LCD Display
  • 100, 250, 500 & 1000V Tests
  • 2-Wire High Current Testing 50-280V
  • IP54 Rated

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Megger MFT1711 Multifunction Tester is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lovely to use This is the most basic in the latest Megger range, but has all the features I require. Its super fast when testing RCD's, the constant continuity testing, and ability to have auto loop testing free's up your hands, along with the 2 connection low current test. The 3 connection low current test is pretty accurate when comparing to the two connection high current test. This instrument is a real pleasure to use compared to my previous French made tester.
Date published: 2019-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MFT1711 A great multifunction tester, I have used many different types but find the Megger products the best for ease of use.
Date published: 2018-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love our Megga We bought a Megga for reliability and functionality It just does what it says on the tin.
Date published: 2017-07-20
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Can this tester test type a rcbos please ?

Asked by: Tsiridas
YES
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-03-29

can you confirm how long the calibration is on the unit?

Asked by: Anonymous
Good afternoon The calibration certificate be updated annually. The calibration certificate issued with a new instrument will take effect from the time the instrument enters service and the “Date Commissioned:”
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-12-04

Will it be 18th edition ready?

Asked by: Raay
Yes. All 17th edition testers meet the requirements for the 18th edition as there were no changes to the regulations with regards to electrical testing.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-02-11

Can you advise why the supplied leads do not have fuses.

Recently bought this equipment and believed GS38 advises fused leads should be used.
Asked by: JRElectrical
The GS38 standard was introduced back in the late 1980’s to counter the problem of low-cost imported meters that had little or no protection built into the units (mainly DMM’s). There were numerous instances of people being harmed when the meters failed (exploded in some cases!) Because Megger build user protection into all their hand-held meters, there is no requirement for the added protection a fused lead set would offer. In fact the MFT is a category IV instrument and as such is safe to use on the primary supply of a domestic, commercial or industrial single or 3-phase system. That said, the leads do comply with the physical attributes of GS38 – in that the insulation, finger protection, exposed metal tips etc. all meet this standard. If you really want to dive into the GS38 argument, there is a consensus within the industry that fused leads on a meter designed to make measurements on the 230V supply can lead to inaccurate readings, or even worse, assumption that the supply is dead when in fact, it is just a fuse that has failed within the lead. i really hope this answers your question :)
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-02-24

Can you do Zs reading by 2-wire leads or do you still need 3? Thanks

Asked by: EstebanPastor
Hi, The MFT has two 2-wire tests. A high current and a no-trip low current test. Both can be used for Zs testing – but if the circuit is protected by and RCD or RCBO, then the no-trip one would be used. Our customer helpline is 01304-502102 if you wish to discuss further. Thanks
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-02-11
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Specification
Brand Megger
Brand Megger
Display Type LCD Display
Display Type LCD Display
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Model Name/No MFT1711
Model No 1008-121
Pack Size 1
Pack Size 1
Parent Colour Multi-Colour
Parent Colour Multi-Colour
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Depth 130 mm
Product Type Multifunction Tester

Product contents

MFT1711, calibration certificate, neck strap, 3-wire lead set with prods and clips and mains plug test lead.