AC/DC/IR HIPOT TESTER MODEL 19070 & 19050 SERIES
Complete Dielectric Testing Solution
The 19050 series electrical safety testers are advanced digital hipot testers with load and line regulation to ensure measurement integrity. Multi- step capability allows users to perform multiple tests in sequence, such as AC hipot followed by IR.
The Chroma Hipot Tester 19050 series provides 3 models to choose from. The 19052 includes AC/ DC/IR Hipot testing and insulation resistance (IR) measurements. The 19053 provides 8 scan channels for IR measurement, and the 19054 provides 4 scan channels for IR measurement in a single compact unit.
The Chroma Hipot Tester 19070 series provides 2 models to choose from. The 19071 is for AC Hipot testing. The 19073 combines both AC and DC Hipot with insulation resistance (IR) measurements into a single compact unit.
Open Short Check (OSC)
The O.S.C function is used to check whether the connection is open, or a short circuit, between the instrument and DUT (device under test) before the Electrical Safety Test is performed. If the connection is bad between the instrument and DUT, like bad leads or relay oxidation, the test may reult in a PASS determination. In some cases, the DUT has a short before testing. Testing continually leads to instrumentation damage due it suffering the high load current. Therefore, we check for the open and short circuit to ensure the test is effective and to protect the instruments.
Generally, DUT have a capacitive load (Cx) from tens to thousands of pF. If the connection is open, a capacitance will appear and then total capacitive load is lower than that of normal conditions. If the DUT is shorting, the total capacitive load is higher than that of normal conditions. Therefore, we can measure the value of the capactive load to verify that the contact is good or not.
Ground Continuity Check
All of the 19050 series testers have a ground continuity check feature to determine the resistance between the ground blade of the power cord and any exposed metal on the product. This resistance should be less than 1Ω.
Ground Fault Interrupt (GFI)
A requirement for test environments indicates that test equipment be equipped with auto interrupt device. Chroma builds in a Ground Fault Interrupt (GFI) function for this purpose. When the current meter A1 and A2 detect a difference (i2-i1=iH) between the value i1 and actual i2 test current over high, this device can cut the power transiently for protection of the operator. It is not only compliant with the safety standard but also provides additional safeguards for test personnel.
- LINE Switch
- Window Display
- Stop Button
- Start Button
- Function Keys (F1~F4)
- Pass Indicator
- Fail Indicator
- Test Indicator
- HV Output
- 8 channels HV Output (19053 only)
- Remote I/O
- LINE Voltage Selector
- Power Cord Receptacle
- GPIB/Printer Interface (Option)
- Scan Interface (Option)
- Remote Interface
- RS-232 Interface
- Continuity Test O/P