This is Sparta!
Our portable relay test unit receives Network Rail approval
07 June 2016 13:15:00



We are delighted to announce that Sparta by Unipart Rail has now received Network Rail approval.

Sparta – Standard Portable Automatic Relay Test Apparatus - is an innovative relay Portable Test Unit, which is designed to allow preliminary testing of a wide range of BR930 line and track signalling relays.

The unit provides engineers with the ability to confirm the basic condition of a relay before it is inserted into the circuit and also assists in establishing the root cause of signalling failures prior to replacing relays.

The test status and results of each relay are provided via a touch screen LCD, these are automatically stored to the internal memory of the unit and can be exported via a USB port

Click here to find out more about Sparta. For ordering, please quote catalogue No. 0088/000020.

To find out more about the latest innovations from Unipart Rail, visit our Innovation Wall.
 


For more information, please contact us using our Online Enquiry Form here
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Mark Warman says:
09 June 2016 17:28:11
Looks a nice portable unit and ideal for us on site testing relays prior to plugging the the Locs. for our resignalling works,
Please could you supply me a quotation for one of these,

Kind Regards Mark
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