Leakage current test unit

The leakage current test unit is used for leakage current testing. This measurement is performed for appliance class I and II devices to ensure that these devices comply with the relevant German VDE standards. These standards include: EN 60950-1/VDE 0805 Part 1; EN 61010-1/VDE 0411 Part 1; VDE 0751-1/VDE 0751 Part 1; EN 60601-1/VDE 0750 Part 1; EN 60598-1/VDE 0711 Part 1; EN 60335-1/VDE 0700 Part 1; EN 60065/VDE 0860.

ELABO GmbH from Crailsheim, Germany, is a leading manufacturer of measuring instruments. The company specialises in the design and production of workstation systems, measuring instruments and test units. ELABO also manufacturers test systems. The hi-pot test unit, the insulation resistance test unit and instruments for protective conductor testing  and safety testing made by ELABO are used worldwide in electronic equipment production lines. The company also specialises in the modern electronics workstation, as used in the electrical lab, for example. ELABO is also a trusted brand internationally in the product segments of training workstations, workplace lighting and ergonomic workstations. Other solutions: ergonomic assembly workstations, lab equipment, repair workstations and adjustable workbenches. For each workstation, ELABO also offers the optimum lighting management solution. As part of its work for Industry 4.0, ELABO has developed the innovative assistance system for workers. Process management, process analysis, variant management and assembly control are key business segments for ELABO.


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