1865 QuadTech Insulation Meter

Used
The 1865 is an insulation meter from QuadTech. HiPot, or high potential, is a class of electronic test equipment used to verify electrical insulation. Engineers use HiPot-testing instruments on cables, wires, circuit boards, appliances, electric motors, and transformers. As a product ages, its insulation may break down and result in current flow leakage. HiPot testers keep engineers safe from current leakages by detecting gaps and defects in the electronic device. Dielectric Testers, Insulation Testers, and Megohmmeters are similar to HiPot testers. Popular manufacturers include Biddle, Megger, Fluke, Associated Research, Quadtech, Instek, and Slaughter.

Additional Features:

  • Measurements from 1kΩ to 100TΩ, with Auto Ranging
  • Direct Reading of Measured Resistance or Current
  • 0.5% Basic Measurement Accuracy
  • Programmable Test Voltage from 1 to 1000 VDC
  • Large LCD Display for Menu Programming and Test Results
  • Fully Programmable Measure Cycle Times
  • Averaging for Increased Accuracy
  • Storage of Multiple Test Setups for Quick Startup
  • RS-232 and PLC Interfaces Standard, IEEE-488 Optional
  • Keypad Lockout with Password Protection
  • Automatic Test Lead Zeroing To Eliminate Connection Errors
  • Limit Entry for Pass/Fail Testing
  • Safety Interlock and High Voltage Indicator for Operator Safety

The QuadTech 1865 provides resistance measurement capability from 1kΩ to 100TΩ (test voltage dependent) with a basic accuracy of 0.5%. To meet test requirements for a wide range of devices, the test voltage is fully programmable up to 1000V DC. Sensing the proper resistance measurement range is done automatically, thus eliminating setup errors; and in order to eliminate lead or fixture errors, the operator can easily initiate an automatic zeroing routine of test leads.

Measured results are automatically compared to an operator programmed limit for pass/fail testing. Pass/Fail indicator lights or a pass/fail output from the instrument's I/O interface provide a clear indication of the measured results. Test setup conditions and measured results can be stored in instrument memory or on 3 1/2" disk when using the extended program storage option.

For automated system applications, the instrument includes an I/O interface connection with remote start and pass/fail outputs. An optional IEEE-488 interface is also available which enables the Quad Tech 1865 to be used under computer control.

Besides a readout of insulation resistance in ohms, the operator can select a display mode for reading the measured current directly. The QuadTech 1865 provides safety features such as current limiting, a warning indicator when high voltage is active, and safety interlock, all for protection of the operator.

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