Hipot testers determine the suitability of the dielectric or insulation barrier between hazardous and non-hazardous parts. Hipot testing (dielectric strength testing) appears in nearly every product safety standard and is a fundamental test used to check a fully assembled product as it exits the production line.
Chroma’s advanced hipot testers are used in quality assurance sample inspection testing, manufacturing testing, and development validation. Some example products are: Power cords, Household appliances (IEC 60335), Information technology products (IEC60950), Medical equipment (IEC60601), Lab/testing equipment, Video (IEC60065), and EMI filters.
Quality verification testing for wound components including EV motors, servomotors, ascension motors, stators, transformers, heaters and solenoid valves. The Impulse Winding Test (WPT) discovers potential defects such as layer short, corona, and/or partial discharge which can go undetected during early phases of design and production.
A battery cell insulation tester accurately measures leakage current (LC) and insulation resistance(IR) of battery jelly-roll/dry-cell as well as other insulation materials. The tester includes partial discharge (PD) and flashover detection to identify defects and potential hazards. Our Surge Tester is designed for testing the insulation quality between the positive and negative plates of a lead-acid battery cell.
An economical instrument dedicated to measuring grounding resistance. Its compact form factor and easy to operate feature set supplies highly reliable and accurate test results.
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