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Performing a safety test on, for example, a three-phase transformer or an electric motor is quite laborious. Besides the standard tests like an AC or DC high voltage test and the insulation resistance test, in this case you also want to test if there is no short circuit in the windings and measure an accurate wire resistance. Chroma integrates the above tests in one unit with the 19036 Wound Component EST Analyzer.
The Chroma 19036 has a high voltage test capability of 5kV AC and 6kV DC. The insulation resistance can be measured with a maximum test voltage of 6kV. In order to measure the insulation between the different windings, an impulse test with a maximum voltage of 6kV is used. In addition, the 19036 has the possibility of a four wire DC resistor test.
Because of the 10 channels on this safety tester, all tests can be carried out quickly and easily one after the other. The number of channels can be expanded to a maximum of 40 channels with additional scanners.
This makes this safety tester extremely suitable for performing quality / safety tests on wound components such as motors, transformers and solenoid valves.
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