New HAL 104 Passes All The Tests
18th November 2010
New advanced technology safety testing instrumentation has been developed for multiple standards, production line and type testing applications in the avionics, appliance, lighting, defence and similar electronics manufacturing sectors.
The new Clare HAL 104 from Seaward combines the performance of a multi-function production line safety tester with load and power factor measurement for product energy consumption and ratings assessments.
Part of a new and extended range of specialist HAL electrical safety testing instrumentation, this highly versatile all in one tester has been specially designed for the fast and accurate electrical tests required by modern electronic manufacturing environments.
As well as incorporating key functional checks, the new HAL104 meets the end of line electrical safety compliance tests required by the majority of national and international product safety standards.
As well as load and power functional tests, the new tester incorporates AC/DC Hipot, insulation, ground bond testing to 40A, load testing up to 20A (5kVA) with leakage measurements from 100 microAmps to 20 milliamps, with 10 microAmp resolution.
The new tester has widespread applications in the lighting, appliance and electrical/electronics manufacturing sector – and particularly in those production situations where high resolution performance measurements are important such as LED products in low energy lighting applications and PV solar panels.
The HAL104 can be used as a manual stand alone tester with simple push button test activation or can be fully integrated into automated manufacturing systems with selectable sensors and enclosure interlocks, or by ultimate control using remote PCs and PLCs.
A large, clear full graphic display presents information either in a numerical or analogue format and a powerful internal memory allows the storage of up to 6,000 test results and up to 20 configurable test routines.
The instrument can also be interfaced with a variety of accessories ranging from bar code scanners to pass/fail label printers.
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