Associated Research 3665 Hipot

Associated Research 3665 Hipot
Manufacturer: Associated Research
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Associated Research 3665 Hipot


Associated Research 3665 Hipot

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   The Associated Research 3665 is a manual 5KV AC and 6KV DC Hipot tester with an enhanced graphic LCD. It can be used as a bench-top instrument or controlled through enhanced PLC Remote Control. It can also be interconnected to the HYAMP III family of Ground Bond testers to form a complete test system that will perform AC/DC Hipot and Ground Bond tests in a single DUT connection. It provides a simplified interface and the latest in technology & safety features. It is a perfect solution for entry level AC/DC Hipot testing applications.

  • Patented SmartGFI® function
  • Patented CAL-ALERT® Function
  • Patented VERI-CHEK® Function
  • Comes complete with a test box for products terminated in a line cord
  • Storage of up to 10 setups with 3 steps per setup
  • Built-in security settings
  • Digitally controlled arc detection system
  • No load setup of trip current and output voltage
  • Electronic ramping (up & down)
  • Built-in adjustable continuity test
  • Interconnection to HYAMP® III to form complete test system

   The principle behind a dielectric voltage withstand test is simple. If a product will function when exposed to extremely adverse conditions, it can be assumed that the product will function in normal operating circumstances.

Common Applications of the Dielectric Withstand Test:

  • Design (performance) testing: Determining design adequacy to meet service conditions.
  • Production Line testing: Detecting defects in material or workmanship during processing.
  • Acceptance testing: Proving minimum insulation requirements of purchased parts.
  • Repair Service testing: Determine reliability and safety of equipment repairs.

   The specific technique used to apply the dielectric voltage withstand test to each product is different. During a dielectric voltage withstand test, an electrical device is exposed to a voltage significantly higher than it normally encounters, for a specified duration of time. During the test, all current flow from the high voltage output to the return is measured. If, during the time the component is tested, the current flow remains within specified limits, the device is assumed safe under normal conditions. The basic product design and use of the insulating material will protect the user against electrical shock.