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The new 98x series of Tera ohm meters from Vitrek has been specially developed for those applications where the insulation resistance must be measured at relatively high voltages.
Think of the batteries in the current electric vehicles and also the insulation of solar panels.
The 981i offers an output voltage range up to 6.5 kV and the 983i even has a maximum output voltage of 11 kV.
The 98x series is built on the same DSP technology that Vitrek has established as a leader in hipot test systems; the 95x series. The 98x devices feature a unique combination of performance features, including:
Using the Vitrek 964i high-voltage scanners, up to 64 test points can be measured automatically. Control is possible with the help of a PC and the Vitrek QT-enterprise software.
“The trend in power conversion systems is to work with ever-increasing operating voltages for greater operational efficiency,” says Chad Clark, Sales and Marketing Director at Vitrek. “The Vitrek 98x IR testers are designed to meet the requirements of today and in the coming years.”
Should you need more information on this model, please check the datasheet of this product.
If you have questions about prices and/or delivery times, or would like a demonstration of the 98x Series Teraohmmeterplease contact us. We will be happy to advise you in choosing the best model for your application.
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