Programmable High Voltage Tester 10KV, 100mA AC (Referred in many product standards)
Lab TestRoutine Test
The high Voltage also known as di-electric withstand tester comes with customized facilities like voltage rampup rate zero interlock, Plus the user may specify the voltage level and leakage milliampere level so as to suit its testing needs.
i)Zero Interlocking. ii) Shrouded push buttons to avoid accidental switching of on of H.T. Output.
The entire control System is housed in Elegant Aluminum Extruded channel & Powder coated cabinet.
Modes : Auto & Manual
If the Insulation breaks down, the High Voltage Supply is immediately cut off in order to prevent further damage to the equipment under test or to the testing unit.
Voltage Range: 0 to 10kV
Tripping Current: 5mA/15mA/25mA/50mA/100mA
Least count 0.01kV
Duty cycle: 50% and 5min duration.
Input Supply: 230VAC, 1-phase, 50Hz.
Digital mili-ammeter will have press to read push button.
Digital Timer: Time setting can be adjustable up to 60 Sec. Timer will start counting when required voltage will be reached.
Alarm: Visual as well as audible indication for High Voltage ON.
H.V. Transformer heavy-duty epoxy cast.
Indications : High Voltage and leakage current on separate meters.
a) HV Probe for HV Output b) Crocodile Clip for Earth output.
Lamp Indications : ‘HT ON’, ‘OK’ ‘NOT OK’
Provision for push button for H.V. ON and Emergency OFF.
Panel will be well finished and powder coated with shade RAL 7035 (gray) built in extruded aluminum for better aesthetics.(Table Top Model)
A.C. HIGH VOLTAGE TESTER
1. PHVT - 3 - 3 KV/100mA2. PHVT - 5 - 5 KV/200 mA3. PHVT - 10 - 10 KV/200mA4. PHVT - 25 - 25 KV/50 mA5. PHVT - 50 - 50 KV/50 mA6. PHVT - 75 - 75 KV/50 mA7. PHVT - 100 - 100 KV/50 mA The PHVT model is available with PC based software or others
The test bench tests the di-electric withstand capability of the product with settable high voltage and allowable leakage current. The voltage set can be ramped up slowly with a settable ramp up time so that the user can exactly find the voltage level at which the insulation breakdown takes place