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Fail Verification is a system used to confirm that an electrical safety tester is functioning properly and will detect failures in the Device Under Test (DUT). There may be more familiarity with the... (View Full Article)
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The Hipot or Dielectric Withstand test is routinely specified as both a "Type" test and a "Routine Production Line" test on electrical products. This is a voltage test that is designed to stress the... (View Full Article)
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Typical electrical circuits in a home contain three wires. One wire is called the "hot" wire. The second wire is called the "neutral" wire. The third is an earth ground wire. The earth ground wire is... (View Full Article)
(Electrical Testing Equipment)
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Performing a routine product safety test should not in itself represent a shock hazard to the operator who is conducting the test, yet anytime you are working with an energized circuit you must be... (View Full Article)
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New technology in itself doesn't always solve customer problems. The real challenge is to take the latest technology and find ways to use it in specific applications. With over 65 years of safety... (View Full Article)
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In an industry comprised of workers with varying electronics knowledge, a Hipot test can seem a daunting task for some. Indeed, many test operators and quality assurance supervisors, having never been... (View Full Article)
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As an industry leader in electrical safety testing instruments, Associated Research is often called upon as a consultant to interpret various product safety standards and advise manufacturers how to... (View Full Article)
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Associated Research strongly recommends the use of an isolation transformer or isolated power source for powering up the Device Under Test (DUT) when performing the Line Leakage or Functional Run... (View Full Article)
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Manufacturers of heating elements, cable harnesses, and aerospace cables must commonly perform point to point continuity tests and hipot tests as part of their routine production line tests. The... (View Full Article)
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In order to ensure the electrical safety of any medical device, there are several tests that must be performed on each device before it can be shipped. In most cases these tests are required in order... (View Full Article)
(Electrical Testing Equipment)
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Line Leakage tests are commonly specified as a part of many product safety standards. This test is most often specified as engineering "type test" but may also be specified "routine production line... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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Ethernet Communications Interface (Also known as IEEE 802.3 as it was standardized by the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Definition: Ethernet is a frame-based computer network... (View Full Article)
(Calibration and Testing Services)
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Product Safety Tests are specified to be performed during the design, development and production stages of electrical products in order to ensure that they meet basic safety requirements. These tests... (View Full Article)
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Using an Associated Research, Inc. SC6540 Modular Scanning Matrix can help to simplify your safety testing routine and allow you to test more efficiently. The SC6540's modular design makes it a... (View Full Article)