OMICRON Academy Online
Webinar (Recorded)
Background Knowledge, MPD Series

Partial discharge measurements – getting started

OMICRON Academy Online
Webinar (Recorded)
Background Knowledge, MPD Series


Become familiar with the basic principles of partial discharge (PD) measurements. Get to know how to set-up and measure according to IEC 60270. Benefit from an introduction to basic principles of interpreting test results.


  • Understand what partial discharge (PD) is
  • Get to know the measurement methods for partial discharge


  • What is partial discharge
  • Understanding how partial discharges are measured
  • Getting an overview of components and connection options of the MPD
  • Getting an insight on PD test results using recorded streams of actual measurements
  • Basic principles of interpreting partial discharge test results


1:20 h


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Technical staff from electric utilities, railway and service companies as well as manufacturers to be involved in partial discharge testing


Knowledge of electrical engineering


MPD 800 and accessories

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Benefit from an efficient mix of live presentations of the device, logically arranged theory content and practical measurements.

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