Safety and functional testing systems for wind and solar power plant, partially or fully automated

Alongside all-in-one safety and functional testing systems for manufacturers of wind and solar power systems, ELABO also supplies specialised test units to testing institutions and partners in plant engineering. Although solar panels and wind turbine blades are highly visible components, they need inverters before they can convert the DC power generated into usable AC power or ‘household electricity’. ELABO implements testing systems that not only cover the typical safety tests required – such as protective conductor continuity testing and hi-pot testing – but also offer comprehensive functional tests.

Sun and wind: ELABO supplies safety and functional testing systems for wind and solar power plant, partially or fully automated. Programming of the control electronics integrated into the devices.

Test units

Hi-pot, insulation resistance and protective conductor testing

Solar modules

Hi-pot testing and functional test systems integrated into production lines

Solar switch units

Testing of solar systems that can be powered off

Solar inverters

Creation of cost-effective safety and functional test systems for development and volume production

Wind power applications

Quality assurance and testing for power transmission components

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