Rod-L M100DC-5.5-100 Hipot Tester

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Rod-L M100DC-5.5-100 Hipot Tester
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Rod-L M100DC
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M100DC Datasheet
0.1 kV - 5 kVDC, UL type Hipot Tester
Rod-L M100DC Features
Production/Quality Assurance Testing:
  • Fully Automatic test cycle
  • Detects and indicates the following:
    • Test Ready (Security Chassis Ground Sensed)
    • Test in Progress
    • Test Passed
    • Test Failed
  • Following test parameters easily preset via rear panel potentiometers:
    • Voltage ramp
    • Test time
    • Test voltage
  • Overcurrent trip point
  • Switch-selectable ramp & test time combinations
  • Arc detection circuit
  • Overcurrent detection circuit
  • Solid state HV generation and control system for reliability
  • Switchable "burn" feature permits destructive testing by maintaining output voltage, following failure, to the DUT throughout duration of preset test time
  • Can be interconnected with M25 Ground Continuity Test Instrument or any Rod-1. AC Hipot Test Instrument to simplify multiple testing requirements
Continuous Ground Continuity Monitoring:
  • Monitors Ground Continuity of DUT before and during each Hipot Test
  • Senses for 0.5 (standard), at =1 .5 VAC
  • Loss of safety ground connection during a test causes high voltage to shut down with both audible and visual failure indication
  • Inhibits application of high voltage it the security chassis ground is not secure
Superior Safety Features:
  • Front panel receptacle is rated to 8000 VAC
  • Front panel receptacle prevents direct operator exposure to high voltage during test
  • Shutdown within 2 milliseconds after dielectric break-down, overcurrent, or ground continuity fault
  • Electronically controlled output voltage ramp rate circuit guarantees consistently smooth ramp
  • Visual (audible optional) indication of high voltage applied to DUT
  • Discharge circuit provides for rapid discharge of DUT following shutdown
  • Visual and audible indication of the following:
    • Arc detection
    • Excessive overcurrent flow
    • Ground continuity test failure