The measuring system MI 3295 for step and contact voltages is a voltage measuring system for testing the protective earthing of power plants, substations and other energy systems. The system consists of a station for power generation and an autonomous voltmeter. Due to its high test current (up to 55 A) and its effective noise suppression, the MI 3295 provides very accurate and stable measurements of the step and contact voltage values with a resolution of up to 10 ÂµV. For faster analysis of the voltage distribution around the test object, several voltage measuring devices can be used simultaneously. All test results and parameters can be stored in the memory of the measuring device and later downloaded using the PC software HVLink PRO and used for analysis and creation of test reports.This text is machine translated.