This product is suitable for the testing process before the motor stator impregnation. No matter whether the enameled wire is damaged or not, it can effectively detect the contact between winding wire and lamination without damaging the motor.
Loose wire detection: the analyzer solves the industry problem of detecting loose wire contact with lamination effectively, and realizes mass production without damaging the motor.
Intelligent: the system can be connected to the external Internet through the network interface to realize data interaction and resource sharing, meeting the needs of the new generation of IoT.
Easy maintenance: it supports intelligent self-inspection, remote fault diagnosis and online software upgrade, and PCB plug-in design for easy disassembly and replacement.
Data analysis: Automatically record and count the numerical fluctuations of each test item and the changes in the number of qualified and unqualified, which is convenient for enterprise quality data analysis and statistics (this function is optional).
Multi interfaces: the instrument comes with USB, RS232, LAN, and other interfaces, which is convenient for system control and expansion
Range and precision
AC 500～3000V ±(1.5%×setting value+10V)
0.10～20.00mA ±(1.5%×display value+0.05mA)
DC 500～3000V ±(1.5%×setting value+10V)
0.10～10.00mA ±(1.5%×display value+0.05mA)
DC 500V/1000V ±(1.5%×setting value+10V)
≤100MΩ：±(3%×display value +0.5MΩ)；
>100MΩ： ±(5%×display value +5MΩ)
An AC DC Hipot (High Potential) test, also known as a dielectric strength test or a high voltage test, is a type of electrical test used to assess the insulation integrity of electrical equipment or devices.
In summary, insulation resistance is typically a field measurement to assess insulation quality. Hipot testing is usually a safety check performed in the factory to verify the product design and manufacturing process.
A dielectric strength test, commonly called a hi-pot test, dielectric withstand, or high potential, is a stress test of the insulation of a device under test (DUT). Such a test applies a voltage to the DUT that is much higher than the normal operating voltage; typically 1000V AC plus twice the normal operating voltage.
The high potential (hi-pot) test is a test of the dielectric strength of the insulation to the ground. The hi-pot test is used to determine whether the ground wall can handle an over-voltage situation. An over-voltage is a voltage higher than the peak operating (line-to-line) voltage of the device under test (DUT).
The main advantage of the DC test is DC Voltage does not produce harmful discharge as readily occurs in AC. It can be applied at higher levels without the risk of injuring good insulation. This higher potential can literally “sweep out” far more local defects.