The new ACTAS P260/P360: Switchgear testing at its best!

ACTAS P360 P230KoCoS Messtechnik AG (Germany) and its subsidiaries develop, manufacture and sell measuring and test systems. (Image source: KoCaS)KoCoS Messtechnik AG (Germany) and its subsidiaries develop, manufacture and sell measuring and test systems for equipment in electricity supply systems and laser-optical inspection systems for quality monitoring in the semi-conductor, automotive and food industries. 

KoCoS products are used all over the world. Professional competence, productivity and innovation are the foundations on which the KoCoS group is built.

KoCoS has long been recognized as the leading manufacturer of circuit breaker test systems worldwide. Our know-how in this area is first-class and constitutes a core competency which is unique to KoCoS.

The latest additions to our range of portable circuit breaker test systems, ACTAS P260 and ACTAS P360, are two entirely new measuring systems for carrying out comprehensive tests on medium-, high- and extra-high-voltage switchgear. 

Expertise gained from close cooperation with network operators and switchgear manufacturers and over 20 years of experience in developing and manufacturing switchgear test systems have gone into their development.

Excellent ergonomics, functionality and performance are the outstanding features of ACTAS P260 | P360. The integrated control panel with 7“ touch screen and the testing software specially developed for it make for easy operation and optimum display of all information. The extremely rugged and compact suitcase-style housing protects ACTAS P260 | P360 on site and during transport.

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