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The Chroma 19301A Impulse Winding tester is equipped with high/low inductance test technology and has 1000 V impulse voltage and 200 MHz high sample rate with 10 bit resolution. This allows most test requirements for power coils to be met for a wide range of 0.1 µH to 100 µH.
The Chroma 19301A is specially designed for coil testing, using a micro high voltage capacitor (contains small amount of energy) which forms a parallel resonant RLC circuit with the coil under test. By analyzing the decreasing amplitude of the waveform through a fast and advanced sampling technique, you can detect coils with poor insulation. These test results can be stored on a Flash drive via the USB port. The tester offers breakdown voltage test, the patented Contact Check function, a High/Low Inductance test, graphic color display and LAN, USB and RS-232 interfaces.
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