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The Chroma 19055 Hipot analyzer is designed for hipot testing and analysis. The AD/DC/IR tests can is programmable in 5 kV / 100 mA with an output power of 500 VA, in accordance with the EN50191 standard.
In addition to these tests, the 19055-C version contains a new measurement technology – Corona Discharge Detection (CDD), which according to the Discharge Level Analysis (DLA) test can detect the following:
-Corona discharge Start Voltage (CSV)
-Flashover Start Voltage (FSV)
-Breakdown Voltage (BDV)
Regarding the Contact Check during Hipot test: in addition to the Open Short Check (OSC), the Chroma 19055 series is also equipped with a new function, the High Frequency Contact Check (HFCC). Carrying out the Contact Check during the Hipot test significantly increases reliability and efficiency.
The unit has a large LCD display for operation and reading. The earth leakage protection and floating safety outputs provide protection for the user.
-Test motor stator and rotor testing
-Transfer transformer corona testing
-Test high-voltage capacitor, opto-coupler and insulating material.
19055 Hipot Analyzer AC/DC/IR
19055-C Hipot Analyzer AC/DC/IR (with Corona discharge detection)
Open the datasheet for detailed specifications of this product.
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