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Chroma 19572 Ground Bond Tester, AC Current output 45A, RS-232 Interface
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  • Chroma 19572 Ground Bond Tester, AC Current output 45A, RS-232 Interface

Chroma 19572 Ground Bond Tester, AC Current output 45A, RS-232 Interface

Art. nr: 71431
2 122 EUR
 
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Product description

  • TUV approved
  • CE certified
  • High current ground continuity testing up to 45Amps
  • Resistance measurements from 0.1mΩ up to 45Amps
  • Large LCD display (240 x 64dot matrix) Can supply great view of test result and setting functions
  • Programmable high and low resistance limits
  • Adjustable test time from 0.5 to 999 seconds or continue
  • Built-in calibration via software
  • Automatic offset of lead resistance
  • Built-in resistance compensation function
  • Compatible with the 19070 series Hi-pot Tester
  • Digital readout of current, resistance and test time
  • Front panel lockout
  • Remote control
  • 10 steps or 99 groups for total 500 memory locations
  • Beeper on/off
  • Easy to use
 
The Chroma 19572 provides high current testing of ground continuity between chassis and power cord ground on a wide variety of electrical products and appliances. The unit is designed for maximum flexibility and operation convenience in mind. The simple front panel of the tester requires less effort to operate. The Digital display and user friendly control allow test parameters and limits to be set easily without activating the high voltage. The instrument can be put on line rapidly. It can provide operators useful measurements with little to no training.
 
The use of a high current AC test provides a better simulation of how the ground on the device would perform under actual conditions if the motor or wiring was to short to ground. This verifies that the grounds in the device can handle 30 or 40 Amps until a circuit breaker trips or fuse blows. Most European standards such as TUV, CE, VDE, UL and CSA recommend this type of testing. In contrast, the ground continuity test that is provided as part of most hipot testers just checks to make sure there is a connection.