AIP Surge tester test items mainly include Surge, AC Hi-pot, Insulation resistance, and DC winding resistance.

AIP surge tester able to test various coils, motor, stator winding, relay/contactor coil, electric magnetic valve coil etc. and can be applied for maintenance, production line, lab and QC etc.


Surge tester

Surge tester able to test various coils, motor, stator winding, relay/contactor coil, electric magnetic valve coil etc. and can be applied for maintenance, production line, lab and QC etc. 

Key Features

Extension: single surge test or multiple tests options.

Large storage: up to 1000 test groups can be established.

Automatic determine: manual or auto test mode options and test results would be determined automatically.

Support both touch screen and numeric keyboard operating.

Data analysis: data can be exported in CSV format by USB flash drive.


Surge determine items: area, area difference, corona, and phase.

100MHz sampling frequency.

3KV and 5KV voltage options.

Voltage closed loop feedback ensures test precision.

User permission management.

Support MES connection (manufacturing execution system).



output voltage setting range/precision

AC 500~3000V/5000V        ±(3%×setting value+10V)    

sampling frequency


waveform comparison

area, area difference, corona, phase; three surge waveforms will be displayed in the test interface

AC Hipot (optional)

output voltage setting range/precision

AC 500~3000V/5000V     ±(2%×setting value+10V)   

breakdown of current testing range/precision

0.10~20.00mA     ±(2%×display value+0.05mA)

Hipot current preset alarm value

Max: 0.10~20.00mA;Min.: 0.00~20.00mA

Hipot current/resolution

±(2%×display value+0.05 mA);0.01 mA

test time range/resolution

0.5~999.9s   0.1s/step

arc detection

0~9 grade

Insulation resistance (optional)

output voltage setting range/precision

DC 500V/1000V     ±(2%×setting value+10V)

insulation resistance testing range/precision


≤100MΩ:±(3%×display value+0.5MΩ) ; >100 MΩ:±(5%×display value+5MΩ)

insulation resistance alarm setting range

Max: 0~500MΩ;Min: 1~100MΩ

test time range/resolution

0.5~999s  0.1s/step

DC winding resistance (optional)

testing range and precision

10.0mΩ~20KΩ     ±(0.3%×display value+3 words)  temperature compensation can be set

test time range/resolution

0.5~999s  0.1s/step


temperature compensation


temperature probe/range

DS18b20     -10.0℃~+50.0℃


±0.5°C(range: -10℃~+50℃)

  • What is surge tester?

    The pulse tester adopts a highly stable high-voltage impulse power supply with patented technology, greatly improving the accuracy of instrument testing. The instrument quantifies and processes various parameters of the waveform through microcomputer technology, and then displays and judges the waveform visually. The operation is simple, the judgment is accurate, and the degree of automation is high. This instrument is small in size, light in weight, and easy to carry.

  • Why surge testing?

    Through pulse testing, engineering technicians can obtain more device information and more accurately analyze and grasp the behavioral characteristics of the device.

  • What are the methods of Surge tester?

    1. Direct contact method

    2. Non-contact method

    3. Based on the magnetic field induction method

    4. Based on the electromotive force method

    5. Based on the current detection method

    6. Based on the vibration detection method

  • What are the advantages of Surge tester?

    ·Adopting advanced digital signal processing technology

    ·Four waveform comparison methods for quickly determining coil quality

    ·LCD module display, user-friendly operation interface, simple and easy-to-learn

    ·The comparison results are displayed directly and there are multiple sound alarm methods to choose from

    ·Small size and lightweight

    ·Quickly determine the insulation performance of the coil, with a speed of 6 times/second

    ·Low inductance pulse test, down to 10 μ H

  • What is the difference between pulse and pulse width?

    1. Definition difference: Pulse usually refers to a brief pulsating electrical impulse (voltage or current) commonly used in electronic technology. Pulse width refers to the duration of the maximum value that a pulse can reach in the electronic field.

    2. Concept difference: Pulse refers to a signal that is sometimes absent and is a qualitative concept; Pulse width refers to the time taken when there is a signal between pulses, and is a quantitative concept of time.

    3. Time difference: A pulse is a physical quantity that undergoes a sudden change in a short period of time and then quickly returns to its initial value. Pulse width is the time from the mutation to the end.