GHILC= Ground Bond, High Voltage, Insulation Resistance

GHILC= Ground Bond, High Voltage, Insulation Resistance
Quanti GHILC
GROUND BOND - HIGH VOLTAGE
INSULATION RESISTANCE - LEAKAGE CURRENT
Reliable, Rugged, Fast, Accurate, Intrinsically Safe & Easily Programmable Measurements
GROUND BOND - G
WHY?
Ground bond test (also referred to as
PE resistance test, ground continuity test) determines whether
the safety ground circuit of the Device Under Test (DUT) can adequately handle
fault current if the product should ever become defective. The measured resistance has to be lower than
the indicated limit from the applicable international standards. Usual values are << 500mΩ.
GROUND BOND FUNCTION SPECIFICATIONS
Quanti’s ground bond is a high current continuity test. Ground continuity is important for instance in manufacturing to
ensure that the products leaving to the customers are safely grounded.
OUTPUT CURRENT RANGE 3 - 30A AC
With Quanti’s ground bond test you will test with the currents that most common standards require. User programmable
output current from 3A to 30A AC provides extensive coverage for testing according to UL, IEC, EN and other requirements.
OUTPUT CURRENT RESOLUTION 0.01A
Adjustable output current and milliohm trip ranges to meet all safety specifications for ground bond test requirements.
PROGRAMMABLE HIGH AND LOW RESISTANCE LIMITS
A resistance measurement range from 0.5mΩ to 500mΩ, in conjunction with user-programmable high and low resistance
limits with Pass/Fail indication, makes this tester ideal for production testing.
4 WIRE MEASUREMENT, CONSTANTLY ACCURATE RESULTS
4 wire measurement ensures accurate and repeatable
measurements. When measuring low values resistances,
an important error source can be found in the contact
resistance. In many applications, the contact resistance
value can go beyond the value which has to be measured.
To cancel this error source a 4 wire measurement is used.
For instance during the day the factory ambient temperature can change, which would mean wrong resistance values with 2 wire measurements if the error is not manually
and constantly offset.
DIELECTRIC WITHSTAND - H
WHY?
Hipot test or also called a Dielectric Withstand test verifies
that the insulation of a product or component is sufficient to protect the operator from
electrical shock. In a typical Hipot test high voltage is applied between a product’s current carrying conductors
and for instance its metallic chassis. Hipot equipment measure extremely low currents like from microamps to milliamps.
DIELECTRIC WITHSTAND (HIPOT) FUNCTION SPECIFICATIONS
MAXIMUM OUTPUT CURRENT
MAX TEST APPARENT POWER
MEASUREMENTS
1) Except with some combination with other functions
ENSURING CONNECTIVITY
For optimum quality process control the connectivity to the DUT has to be ensured. Quanti gives the user several options to
check this. The user can select either automatic or manual mode connectivity check. The parameters can be adjusted in order
to meet high quality control standards and optimum yield.
1, 2 AND 4 CHANNEL SIMULTANEOUS MEASUREMENT POSSIBLE
ARC DETECTION
Arc is electrical spark occurred by voltage or current quickly changing. There should be no “sparking” in a Hipot test. Arc
detection can help you to solve product quality issues.
MINIMUM TEST CYCLE 1,2 SEC
Exceptional high speed (see the diagram) allows to
build ultra high speed high volume production test
lines. This diagram shows how fast the test cycle can
be. With minimum test time of 1sec the overall test
cycle time is 1.18sec only. And this for all channels.
TOTAL AND REAL CURRENT MEASUREMENTS
Real Current measurement allows operators to
monitor total and real current on a single screen.
When testing highly capacitive devices, it is often
desirable to make a distinction between real and
total current.
Total current is the vector sum of resistive and capacitive leakage current (see picture on the right).
If the tester monitors only the total current, a substantial change in real current can often go undetected. The ability to separate the real and capacitive
currents is an important requirement for AC Hipot
testing. Nowadays some test requirements clearly
specify the measurement of real rather than total
current.
DANGER: HIGH VOLTAGE
INTRINSICALLY SAFE - FLOATING OUTPUT
A floating electrical circuit is created by separating
grounds; one for the operator, one for the equipment. This method creates an intrinsically safe operator environment. (please see the picture on the
right).
QUANTI HV-OUTPUT
INSULATION RESISTANCE - I
WHY?
Insulation resistance test is one of the tests that are required
by the electrical safety testing standards. The test measures insulation resistance of a
Device Under Test, while phase and neutral are short circuited together.
INSULATION RESISTANCE FUNCTION SPECIFICATIONS
RESISTANCE MEASUREMENT
MΩ
MΩ
0.001
0.01
0.1
1
0.500 - 9.999
1.00 - 99.99
10.0 - 999.9
100 - 50 000
Accuracy: ± 5% to ± 15% depending upon the voltage and the selected range
50 - 499V DC:
0.5MΩ - 999.9MΩ, ± (5% of reading +2 counts)
1000MΩ - 9999MΩ, ± (8% of reading +2 counts)
10000MΩ - 50000MΩ, ± (17% of reading +2 counts)
500 - 1000V DC:
0.5MΩ - 999.9MΩ, ± (3% of reading +2 counts)
1000MΩ - 9999MΩ, ± (6% of reading +2 counts)
10000MΩ - 50000MΩ, ± (15% of reading +2 counts)
MΩ)
ENSURING CONNECTIVITY
For optimum quality process control the connectivity to the DUT has to be ensured. Quanti gives the user several options to
check this. The user can select either automatic or manual mode connectivity check. The parameters can be adjusted in order
to meet high quality control standards and optimum yield.
OUTPUT VOLTAGE 50 - 1000V DC
Quanti measures insulation resistance in electrical systems and equipment such as: electrical machines, household appliances, transformers, cables, power supplies and so on. Measuring range is from 0.5MΩ to 50GΩ.
VOLTAGE RESOLUTION 1V
VOLTAGE ACCURACY ±0.5% OF RANGE
RESISTANCE MEASUREMENT ACCURACY ± 5% TO ± 15%
RAMP TIMER
The voltage is ramped up from zero to the final value. Once the voltage reaches the selected value, it is kept at that value for
a brief period (typically up to 5 seconds) before the resistance value is measured.
LEAKAGE CURRENT - LC
WHY?
There are mainly two types of LC measuring methods: Touch Current (TC)
and Protective Conductor Current (PCC). Touch Current is the current that flows when a human body touches
the equipment. Protective Conductor Current is the current that flows from the unit through the grounding conductor into a
household ground.
LC is capable of performing tests that comply with standards for a wide range of equipment.
LEAKAGE CURRENT FUNCTION SPECIFICATIONS
DUT INPUT POWER CAPACITY 300 VAC / 16A MAX.
SUPPORTS ALL TOUCH CURRENT AND PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR CURRENT (EARTH LEAKAGE CURRENT) TESTS.
Quanti Leakage Current test is designed to perform leakage current (touch current and protective conductor current) tests on
general electric equipment (medical option on request). It enables you to conduct tests that conform the requirements of the
applicable IEC, UL, EN and other standards.
POWER SUPPLY SEPARATION
The power supply for the Quanti Leakage Current is separate from the line power supply of the equipment that is being tested,
preventing this way any damage to equipment due to wrong supply voltage being in the input.
CONFORMS TO FOLLOWING STANDARDS AMONG OTHERS:
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UL 1563 - Standard for electric spas, equipment assemblies and associated equipment
UL/IEC/EN 61010-1 - Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use
UL/IEC/EN 60950-1 - Information technology equipment
UL/IEC/EN 60335-1 - Safety of household and similar electrical appliances
IEC/EN 60990 - Methods of measurement of touch current and protective conductor current
MEASUREMENT MODES
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LEAKAGE CURRENT BETWEEN ENCLOSURE AND LINE
LEAKAGE CURRENT BETWEEN ENCLOSURE AND EARTH
LEAKAGE CURRENT BEWEEN ENCLOSURE AND ENCLOSURE
EARTH LEAKAGE CURRENT
TOUCH CURRENT (TC) AND PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR CURRENT (PCC) TEST
Eight measurement circuit networks
conforming to the applicable standards are provided as standard. The
switching of the polarities of the
power line to the DUT, as well as
single-fault conditions, are automatically set with relays inside the
tester.
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