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At a minimum there are two production tests which all heater manufacturers perform in addition to ensuring the heater is operating properly. One test performed is a DC resistance test; the other test is a dielectric withstand test, more commonly known as a Hipot test. In many cases two pieces of test equipment are used to accomplish these two measurements. The Wound Component EST Scanner...
Brochure outlining Chroma battery testing solutions. Chroma satisfies battery test requirements such as charge rate, discharge rate, state of charge (SOC), and state of health (SOH), and depth of discharge (DoD) with your need for accuracy in measuring voltage, current, temperature and power – statically and dynamically.
This application note provides information on changes in appliance hipot testing procedures.
This application note illustrates how to use low limits to verify hipot connection to the device being tested.
This application note provides an overview of UL standards.
How do you know if your hipot tester is functioning properly? Are you getting false failures or worse, false pass results? This application note demonstrates how to use a load box to verify that your hipot tester is measuring properly and that all test leads are in working condition.
This application note will show how the hipot tester can be used not just as a means to check the DC Leakage Current or the Insulation Resistance, but can also be used to verify the existence and the value of a filter capacitor.
This application note provides a tutorial on safety testing for UL certification of products.