Rod-L Electronics M100DC

Rod-L Electronics M100DC

5kV Hi-Pot Tester

The Rod-L Electronics M100DC is one of our refurbished Hi-Pot Testers.

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Rod-L Electronics M100DC Features:

  • Maximum Output Voltage: 0 to 5000 Volts DC, user-adjustable
  • Maximum Output Voltage Ripple: 1% at full load, 0.05% at zero current
  • Regulation: 0.05% at full load
  • Output Voltage Ramp Rate: 50 V/sec to 5000 V/sec, user-adjustable
  • Output Current: 40 uA to 5 mA (10 mA optional)
  • Output Current Resolution: 4 uA
  • Test Time: 1 to 90 seconds, user-adjustable
  • Initial Turn-On Period: Requires 2 seconds for the safety-ground pretest before the hipot test
  • Ground Continuity Reject Level: 0.1 to 0.5 Ohms, user-adjustable to within +/- 0.01 Ohms
  • Accuracy: Better than 1%
  • Output Voltage Control Resolution: 2.5V
  • Arc Detection: Yes
  • Shutdown Time: Within 2 milliseconds after a fault or the end of test is detected
  • Line Input Voltage: 115/230 Volts AC, 44-66 Hz
  • Maximum Line Input Power Required: 360 Watts
  • Ambient Operating Temperature: 0° to 50° C, 32° to 122° F
  • Performs concurrent ground continuity monitoring during the hipot test and stops the test if it detects a fault
  • Includes arc and overcurrent detection
  • Performs high voltage shutdown within 2 milliseconds after fault detection or test completion
  • Performs rapid discharge of the device-under-test (DUT) following shutdown
  • Enables full compliance with UL, VDE, BSI, IEC, CSA and other standards
  • Includes a fully-automatic test cycle
  • Signals when the tester is ready, chassis ground is good, test is progressing, and the test has passed or failed
  • Includes rear-panel presets for voltage ramp rate, test time, test voltage, and overcurrent trip point
  • Includes switch-selectable ramp-rate and test-time combinations
  • Allows switch-selectable destructive testing that maintains output voltage following failure for the preset test time
  • May be interconnected with the M25 ground bond tester or any ROD-L AC hipot tester to facilitate sequential testing
  • Verifies existence of 0.5 Ohms or less (while applying 1.5 VAC) during chassis ground monitoring
  • Shuts down the high voltage with audible and visible failure alarms upon loss of acceptable safety ground continuity
  • Inhibits high voltage if the security chassis ground is not secure
  • Includes a front panel outlet for the device-under-test that prevents operator exposure to high voltage during the test
  • Includes visual and audible alarms for detection of arcs, overcurrent (excessive current), and ground fault failures


  • Perform safe, fast, efficient DC hipot testing up to 5 kV DC and 5 mA (10 mA optional)
  • Satisfy quality assurance, testing, or production requirements
  • Comply with electrical safety standards
  • Reduce exposure to product liability claims
  • Assure product electrical-safety during power line surges
  • Test electrical products of all kinds, including electrical appliances, motors, transformers, and PC boards


The ROD-L Electronics M100DC hipot tester performs safe and accurate DC hipot and ground continuity testing in compliance with UL, VDE, BSI, IEC, CSA and other electrical equipment testing standards. These standards help limit your exposure to product liability claims and risk of producing electrically unsafe products. In addition, this tester even exceeds these standards requirements by shutting down the test and discharging the device-under-test (DUT) within two milliseconds after fault detection or test completion in order to further assure that no serious harm will come to the operator or the device-under-test if a mishap occurs due to high voltage.

This tester also comes with a special front-panel high voltage outlet (rated at 8 kV) that you can use to connect your devices-under-test to the tester without exposure to high voltage cabling clips. Clip leads and the safer ROD-L MP21 Test Probe may also be used for testing devices without power cords, such as motors, testing devices without power cords, such as motors, transformers and PC boards.