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Megger Use on Aircraft Wiring

Megger Use on Aircraft Wiring

(OP)
Anyone aware of any published guidance on using meggers (MegOhm Meters) to check aircraft wiring insulation (and connectors) on aircraft wiring?

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RE: Megger Use on Aircraft Wiring

Catching up to an old post... sorry if it's too late to matter.
Does the aircraft in question have an "ESPM" or Electrical Standard Procedures Manual?

STF

RE: Megger Use on Aircraft Wiring

(OP)
Thanks, I eventually did find it in the Airbus ESPM found nothing in a Boeing SWPM though. It's under insulation testing and they call it a megohmmeter.

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RE: Megger Use on Aircraft Wiring

OK
I figured you would have found it by now.

STF

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