AIP hipot tester test items mainly include AC hipot, DC hipot(optional), and Insulation resistance.

AIP hipot tester can be applied for testing electronic products, home appliances, lighting, automotive industry, etc.


Hipot tester

AIP Hipot tester provides a comprehensive solution for you whether you are looking for the AC Hipot tester, DC Hipot tester or insulation resistance tester. The Hipot tester can be applied for testing electronic products, home appliances, lighting, automotive industry etc. 

Key Features

Fulfill multiple application scenario requirements, production line, maintenance, quality assurance, etc.

Meet the electrical requirements of IEC60335.1, UL60335.1, GB4706.1, etc.

Up to 100 sets of testing conditions can be memorized. With 8 testing steps, each set’s specification model can be set individually for quick search.

Operator safety can be guaranteed with GFI.

Data can be stored or exported.


Hi-pot voltage ramp up/down setting, max./min. value alarm.

Digital closed-loop feedback control mode, automatic voltage adjustment mode, and output voltage/current automatic correction avoid the influence of grid fluctuation.

Hipot output voltage 5KV.

DC Hipot option.

Insulation resistance 2000MΩ.

USB port option.


AC Hipot

Output voltage setting range/precision

AC 200~5000V     ±(1.5%×setting value+5 words)   

Breakdown current measurement range/precision


Breakdown current preset alarm


Test time range/resolution

1~300s   1s/step

DC Hipot(optional)

Output voltage setting range/precision

DC 200~5000V     ±(1.5%×setting value+5 words)

Breakdown current measurement range/precision

0.10~10.00mA     ±(1.5%×display value+5 words)

Breakdown current preset alarm


Test time range/resolution

1~300s   1s/step

Insulation resistance

Output voltage setting range/precision

DC 500/1000V      ±(1.5%×reading+5 words)

Insulation resistance measurement range/precision

1~2000MΩ   ≤100MΩ:±(5%×display value+3 words)  >100 MΩ:±(8%×display value+8 words)

Insulation resistance alarm setting range


Test time range/resolution

1~300s  1s/step

  • What is a Hipot tester?

    It is an instrument for testing voltage withstand capacity, and the tested object can be various electrical devices, insulation materials, and insulation structures.

  • What is the function of Hipot tester?

    The process of applying high voltage to insulation materials or structures without damaging their performance is called a voltage withstand test. The main purpose of the Hipot tester is to check the insulation's ability to withstand working voltage or overvoltage, and then to verify whether the insulation performance of the product equipment meets safety standards.

  • What are the precautions for using Hipot tester

    For large-scale tests, airlift tests should generally be conducted first. When not receiving the test sample, boost the voltage to the test voltage, calibrate various meters, and adjust the ball gap.

    The pressure increase speed should not be too fast and sudden pressure increase must be prevented. For example, when the voltage regulator is not in the zero position and suddenly closes. It is also not advisable to suddenly cut off the power supply. Generally, the switch should be opened when the voltage regulator drops to the zero position.

    When the voltage rises to the test voltage, start timing. After 1 minute, quickly reduce the voltage to below 1/3 of the test voltage before disconnecting the power supply

  • What are the electrical specifications of Hipot tester?

    The main test indicators for electrical safety include AC/DC withstand voltage, insulation resistance, leakage current, grounding resistance, etc.

  • What are the main uses of Hipot tester?

    1. Used to detect the edge performance of electrical equipment (such as generators, motors, etc.), determine whether it is live, and thus determine whether the tested object is live.

    2. Conduct preventive tests on high-voltage electrical equipment.

    3. Conduct on-site inspection of edge fit gaps of equipment such as substations and power plants.