Phenix Technologies, Inc.

75 Speicher Drive
Accident, MD 21520-2174

About Phenix Technologies, Inc.

Phenix Technologies is a manufacturer of electrical testing equipment for testing transformers, motors, cables, circuit breakers, reclosers, insulation materials, switchgear, utility worker’s rubber goods/protective gear; offers a wide range of testing solutions. Our 80,000-square-foot headquarters located in Maryland is a modern manufacturing facility where all aspects of electrical and mechanical design, software design, and production are performed. Phenix Technologies has 40+ years’ experience and ISO9001 quality compliant. Our Service and Calibration Department travels worldwide to assist customers during and after equipment installation.

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Products by Phenix Technologies, Inc.

By Phenix Technologies, Inc.

High Current Test Sets from 300 Amps to 75,000 Amps for instantaneous testing of circuit breakers. Computer controlled models feature test template creation and data acquisition. Recloser Test Sets with output power of 19 kVA or 47 kVA. Used to verify the operation of circuit breakers... Read more »