About PdMA Corporation


MCEMAX®powered by MCEGold® integrates testing, diagnostics, inventory control, scheduling, and cost containment. 

The comprehensive tester monitors all potential fault zones and allows for immediate notification of alarming conditions. The unique static and dynamic operation enables MCEMAX® to be utilized on all applications and motors regardless of size, type, or condition. This tester combines the accuracy of motor circuit analysis with the convenience of motor power analysis. The MCEMAX® is a complete motor/asset management tool for present motor management needs.

Now with the release of the M-Series MCEMAX® tester PdMA® adds more features. Some of the features of the M-Series MCEMAX® tester are: Six channel inrush for improved trouble shooting and analysis, a 400 % increase in battery capacity for extended testing, heads up LED lighting for improved safety while testing, board level calibration, capable of connecting directly to 1000v systems, modular circuit board design, MTAP chip identification recognition, and much more. 

Fault Zone Analysis
The comprehensive tester examines all six potential fault zones: stator, rotor, air gap, power quality, power circuit, and insulation. Each motor fault zone is categorized after each test. Color codes enable quick identification of potential problems. Further analysis of data allows for the definition of problems and isolation of the root cause for each potential motor failure 

Data Includes:
• Phase-to-Phase Resistance
• Phase-to-Phase Inductance
• Balance of Resistance
• Balance of Inductance
• Ground Capacitance
• Polarization Index
• Dielectric Absorption Ratio
• Measured Ground Resistance
• Corrected Ground Resistance
• Rotor Influence check
• DC Field Inductance
• DC Field Resistance
• DC Field Capacitance
• DC Field Ground Resistance
• DC Armature Tests
• Synchronous Motor Tests
• Wound Rotor Motor Tests
• Current Spectral Analysis
• High Frequency Eccentricity Analysis
• Three Phase In-Rush/Start-Up
• Phase-to-Phase and Line-to-Neutral Voltage
• Voltage Imbalance
• Crest Factor
• Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)
• % Full Load Amps
• Phase Current RMS
• Phase Impedance
• Impedance Imbalance
• Power (KW, KVA, KVAR)
• Power Factor
• Efficiency
• Energy Cost Analysis
• Output Power

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