Worst Case Leakage Current Testing

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Leakage current testing is the measurement of electrical “leakage current” that results from powering
an electrical appliance via mains or dc power. Leakage current is the unwanted or unintended flow of
electrical current that presents an electrical hazard such as shock or burn. This testing is performed
during the compliance or type-testing phase of a new design and is also performed during
manufacturing to ensure products comply with international safety standards such as IEC60601,
IEC61010, IEC60950 and others.

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