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The safety standard for medical equipment is very strict. Because medical equipment is often in contact with the patient and doctor, various electrical safety tests and in particular the leakage current test are of great importance. With the Chroma 8910, Chroma ATE offers a suitable solution.
The leakage current testing of medical equipment includes four types – ELC, ECLS, PLC, PALC, to be tested in addition to the common AC/DC/IR/GB test. Because the leakage current test has to be tested in various fault conditions, the tests are more difficult and complex.
The Chroma 19200 can accommodate different modules for testing medical equipment to achieve flexibility and time saving. In the Chroma 8900/8910 test system, you can store the test procedure and process further by computer for reporting to management and the quality department.
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For more information about safety testers, please refer to the overview page or contact one of our consultants.
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