50 YEARS OF DESIGN AT THE CENTER OF EVERY TEST SYSTEM.

At Jenkins, history and innovation aren’t at conflict—they work hand in hand. Which means that though the power circuit in our Motor Test Systems has remained unchanged for half a century, we also utilize the latest in industrial software technology. Our systems are built on the principles of safety, simple operation and dependable service, with a power supply engineered to work continuously for eight hours at full ratings. That’s history worth repeating.

Our Most Advanced Motor Test System

GENERATION 3 SERIES

The Jenkins Generation 3 Motor Test System is designed with significantly enhanced capabilities and improved safety features. We’ve standardized our test system on a new controls platform, which will allow for seamless future upgrades and expansion packages. All systems include a Jenkins-built, maintenance-free testing transformer that provides the standard voltage outputs you need.

Operating primarily as a motor repair shop since 1907, our line of Motor Test Systems and Test Documentation Software were originally developed for our shop and those of fellow companies. Handling a wide range of motors, our systems are built to be rugged and field proven. We’ve also included software diagnostic capabilities. With a half century of ingenuity at its core, our system’s operational design is configured to protect the operator, the motor and the input supply while providing full test documentation.

ALWAYS RELIABLE. EVEN EASIER TO OPERATE.

An 18-month warranty, on-site technician training and commissioning are included with each system. Remote technical support is available on networked systems for troubleshooting. With heavy-duty components and few moving parts, our Motor Test Systems are Jenkins-reliable, operating for decades with low maintenance needs.

FEATURES

  • Main circuit breaker with local lockout/tagout provisions compliant with 29 CFR 1910.147 & NFPA 79
  • All 3-phase high current circuit breakers are contained behind steel walls of the enclosure to reduce arc flash risk
  • VeriSafe Absence of Voltage Tester (AVT) meet safety integrity level (SIL) 3 per IEC 615082, and adds a new level of safety for compliance with NFPA 70E-2018, Article 120.5 (7)
  • NFPA 79 Category 0 Emergency Stop system
  • Surge & Transient Protection for Critical Control Circuits in compliance with NEC 670.6
  • The Operator Console is separate from the Power Supply allowing the user to energize the motor under test and monitor live data at a safer distance, reducing risks that can be associated with high-current load testing.
  • Test data from optional peripheral equipment automatically downloads and incorporates into the test report database
  • Red LED warning light and audible alarm to indicate a test is commencing
  • System operational conflict warnings / alarm indicate problems on the HMI display
  • Live test data is displayed on the HMI screen to allow real-time monitoring
  • Upgrade from your current power output transformer and power circuit components to new models without changing control components
  • Record temperature and vibration data simultaneously, and transfer information between module and main controller for direct main database integration
  • A local SQL database preserves test data even when network connections fail
  • Our 24” monitor is easy to use and allows for more prominent data visualization
  • We’ve increased our remote technical support for networked systems, ensuring you have the help you need when you need it

Safety is our Top Concern

OPERATOR CONSOLE

A separated operator station and power supply lets you energize and monitor the motor under test at a safer distance than before, while still compiling live data. Our new operator console isolates the onboard controls from the power supply so you can troubleshoot safely, minimizing exposure to power components.

SAFETY DEVICE INTEGRATION

  • An integrated NFPA 79 Category 0 Emergency Stop System
  • VeriSafe Absence of Voltage Tester (AVT) meet safety integrity level (SIL) 3 per IEC 615082, and adds a new level of safety for compliance with NFPA 70E-2018, Article 120.5 (7)
  • Local lockout/tagout provisions compliant with 29 CFR 1910.147 & NFPA 79


Test Documentation

Our standard test documentation package displays real-time AC and DC meter data during tests, records data to a searchable database, and creates a test report to be kept on file or provided to the client. Test report generation can be configured to integrate with your existing job file structure.

TEMPERATURE & VIBRATION MODULE

This portable data acquisition module connects to the motor test system and includes  inputs for eight accelerometers, four J-Type thermocouples and  eight PT100 RTDs. The software displays temperature and vibration data on screen, including a graphical display of temperature vs. time curves and vibration FFTs.

Contact our Sales Team for more information about our Temperature & Vibration Module.


Optional Upgrades

TDS ADD-ON MODULE

Allows the upgrade most any existing AC, DC, or motor test supply with our state-of-the-art Test Documentation System. The TDS hardware resides alongside your existing supply and collects the desired electrical test data.

Contact our Sales Team for more information about our Test Documentation System.

UNIVERSAL TEMPERATURE DIGITAL RECORDER

The Jenkins Gen3 Universal Temperature Digital Recorder provides up to 8-channels of temperature data logging with programmable limits and faults for each channel. The UTDR8 can be pair with a Jenkins Gen3 MTS to seamlessly supply bake and/or burn-out oven data to the main database.

The UTDR8 can be also used as a stand-along temperature data recorder for most any application requiring temperature data recording and reporting. Visit our Universal Temperature Digital Recorder webpage for more information on our Jenkins UTDR.

WE’VE BEEN FOSTERING EXCELLENCE IN ELECTRO
MECHANICAL REPAIR AND TEST SINCE 1907.

DISCOVER THE JENKINS DIFFERENCE