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Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of the Insulation Tester ST In order to ensure the safety of electronic components such as relays and connectors and of lithium-ion and other batteries used in electric vehicles and smartphones, it is necessary to qualify their insulation characteristics, and testing system manufacturers vie to offer instruments capable of high-volume, high-speed testing. Moreover, it provides a contact check function to prevent inadvertent shipment of defective parts in the event the instrument suffers a break in a measurement line or faulty contact with the object under test.
Development Background Since a failure to adequately insulate electronic components or lithium-ion or other batteries could result in a short or electric shock, it is necessary to verify safety as part of the production process.
Currently, it is critical for manufacturers that mass-produce these devices to be able to measure extremely large quantities of parts quickly.
Principal Application Insulation testing on production lines used to manufacturer electronic components and lithium-ion and other batteries Product Features 1.
Contact check function to improve test quality by preventing shipment of defective parts Were a measurement line to break or the instrument to experience faulty contact with the object under test while a test is in progress, defective products could be inadvertently shipped to market. To prevent this eventuality, the ST comes standard with a contact check function that notifies the operator in the event of a measurement line break or faulty contact.
In this way, the instrument helps improve test quality. Operator-configurable output voltage from 25 V to 1, V in 1 V increments The insulation resistance measurement process involves applying a test voltage to the object under test.
There is no specific test voltage commonly established for insulation testing of lithium-ion and other batteries, so the test voltage varies by manufacturer. Additionally, test voltages used for electronic components such as relays and connectors are expected to change over time to accommodate evolving standards.
Consequently, Hioki made the test voltage operator-configurable from 25 V to 1, V in 1 V increments. By offering over main products characterized by safety and quality while meeting an expansive range of applications, we aim to contribute to the efficiency and value of our customers' work in research and development, production and electrical maintenance.
HIOKI products and services are available around the world through our extensive network of subsidiaries and distributors. For more information, please contact: os-com hioki.
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