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  • The Megger Guide to Oil Breakdown Dielectric Testing
    Oils that combine a high flashpoint with high dielectric strength have long been used as an insulating medium in. transformers, switchgear and other electrical apparatus. To ensure that the dielectric strength of the oil does not. deteriorate however, proper maintenance is essential, and the basis
  • Exploring the Necessity of the Hot Hipot Test
    it is relatively easy to understand, implement, and perform a Hot Hipot test. In order to understand what a Hot Hipot test is and how it is performed, it is first necessary to discuss the theory of the Hipot test itself. The Hipot test, sometimes called a Dielectric Withstand test, is used to verify
  • Hi Pot Testing in the 21st Century
    The Hi Pot Test, also known as Flash Test, High Voltage or Dielectric Strength, is one of the more controversial electrical safety tests and has provoked much discussion and debate.
  • Flash testing: Getting it right during manufacturing
    The flash Test (also known as High Voltage (HV), Dielectric Strength or HiPot) is one of the more controversial electrical safety tests and has provoked a lot of discussion and debate in recent years. This article looks at new developments in flash testing for electronic product design applications
  • Capacitor Testing Procedures
    Capacitors for applications involving applied DC voltage should be tested on a DC dielectric strength meter for voltage and emission current. Jennings will test capacitors to this measure if specified by the customer.
  • Comprehensive Methodology to Characterize and Mitigate BGA Pad Cratering in Printed Circuit Boards
    BGA package. It is critical to have a standardized test method that can be used to characterize and rank-order different PCB dielectric materials and PCB pad sizes. In this study, an easy-to-implement test method is presented in detail, along with calibration and test results comparing a broad
  • On-Load Tap Changer
    in their environment in a transformer. The effect of the transformer and the tap-leads on the dielectric field strength may be investigated with the application of the CST EM STUDIO (R) (CST EMS) electrostatic field solver.
  • Arc Tracking and Silicone Self-Fusing Tape
    Many electrical insulation applications are designed with dielectric breakdown strength (DBS), or the voltage potential required to break through an electrically insulating material, as a major factor. While this is a good test to determine how resistive a material is through its volume it does
  • New Flame-Retardant Structural Adhesive
    (14 CFR 25.853/25.885), and the solvent-free formulation has very low VOC emissions. Once cured, 10 Minute Epoxy FR provides typical peel strength of 25 pli, impact resistance of 10 ft-lbs/in , dielectric strength of 800 volts/mil, and adhesive tensile lap shear strength of up to 2900 psi
  • Expanded PTFE Polymer Keeps Electrical and Electronics Cables Clean and Flexible
    , but thin, light conductor insulation with a low dielectric constant, high dielectric withstanding voltage, and good tear resistance can help slim a cable's overall size and minimize flexural stress. ePTFE is one material