Vital areas of electrical safety testing for medical products include leakage current, dielectric breakdown, insulation resistance and ground bond testing. To better understand the differences in these tests and others, this article examines the purpose and techniques for each test then offers a detailed discussion on ensuring the safety of medical electronics.
This application note illustrates how to effectively perform electrical safety testing of IMD’s with feedthroughs.
Use dielectric strength test to explain the testing procedures for external cardiac defibrillators.
There are a number of areas of safety testing, which include leakage current, dielectric breakdown, insulation resistance, and ground bond testing. To understand the differences in these tests and others, we will examine the purpose and techniques for each.
This application note covers the basics of what electrical safety testing is, and the tests that can be performed.
This application note looks at protecting devices from high inrush currents and provides a method and considerations necessary in specifying the inrush current protection needed for an example device.
Describes the connection of an isolation transformer to an electrical safety test instrument.
This note will address the benefits, provide examples, and offer tips on how to introduce digital safety testing products to analog users.
This application note describes how to plan for product safety testing.
This application note covers advanced techniques for dielectric analysis.