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October 2008
Mjölner Wins test

Mjölner Wins test

26 October 2008

Romain Douaib - Product Marketing Manager

The MJÖLNER 200 is designed to measure the resistance of circuit breaker contacts, bus-bar joints, contact elements in bus-bars and other high-current links. The product has been designed with safety, ease of use and versatility in mind.

The microhmmeter conducts true DC ripple free current and can be used anywhere to measure a low resistance value with high accuracy. With MJÖLNER 200 it is possible to make measurements according to the DualGround™ method. This means that the test object will be grounded on both sides throughout the test giving a safer, faster and easier workflow.

The lightweight and rugged suitcase design makes MJÖLNER 200 an excellent choice when you need a portable solution in the field. When the case is closed, the product can withstand the impact of water, dust or sand – it even floats.

Two optional accessories are a remote control and the PC software MJÖLNER Win that is compatible with IPS–CBEX and have export functions for tables to Microsoft® Excel®.

Standard features include fully automatic testing - microprocessor controlled, CEBEX/IPS integration, lightweight suitcase design withstands the impact of water, dust or sand, DualGroundTM Remote control.

Once you have your data from the Mjolner Micro Ohmmeter, you can save it to a text file and import that data into Excel. Import the data as a Semi Colon Delimited file. Once it is in Excel you might want to create a graph of the values. To do this, follow this procedure.
Open the Excel Sheet and highlight the Test Values you want on the chart.

Then click on the Graph ICON

This will bring up the graph selection screen. Choose the type of graph you want to generate. 

In this example we will choose Column graph and click next. Now select Series.


Notice the bottom line on the Series Screen and you can click on the ICON to the very right side and you will be able to select the data to use for the X Axis.

Click Next and you will get to the final screen.

Enter the Name for the Chart and the values will be the ones that you previously highlighted. Finally, you can enter labels for the X and Y Axis. Play around with the different options and you will be able to print a report with the best of them.
Click Finish when you are done.