High voltage / insulation test module

0,10 kV (DC) ... 10,00 kV (DC) / 0 ... 3 mA (DC) / 30 kΩ … 5 GΩ

The ELABO Smart Testing Modules have been developed to enable the performance of rapid, high-precision safety testing – especially in automation engineering. All parameters can be programmed via an Ethernet interface. Corresponding driver modules simplify integration with existing systems.

  • Self-sufficient measuring module for universal use in automated systems
  • Prepared for integration in control cabinets or test units
  • Provided flaps allow easy installation of the modules
  • Device drivers available in C# for Application Programming (.NET Framework 4.6.2)
  • Integrated in a high-quality metal housing

Measurement range HV

0,03 / 0,3 / 3 mA (fixed measuring range)

Measurement range ISO

30 kΩ ... 5 GΩ (fixed measuring range or automatic adjustment

Test voltage

100 V (DC) ... 10 kV (DC) (grounded on one side)

Test current

10 µA (DC) ... 3 mA (DC) / saftey current limited, Q<350 mJ

Max. output power

30 W

Test voltage progress

Voltage curves with max. 10 bases definable

  • Mains connection cable with GST18 connector and safety plug, length 2 m
  • Network cable (RJ45), length 2 m

Order details

  • Order No.: SM-HVDC-20-ZRM

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