Applent AT682 - High Resistance Meter The digital insulation resistance tester
Review: 5 - "A masterpiece of literature" by , written on May 4, 2006
I really enjoyed this book. It captures the essential challenge people face as they try make sense of their lives and grow to adulthood.

Applent AT682 - High Resistance Meter The digital insulation resistance tester

Available: Out of Stock
€958,59

Brand: Applent

Properties:

  • Insulation resistance: 10kΩ-1TΩ (104 ~ 1012Ω), accuracy: <1G: 1%, ≥1G: 3%, ≥10G: 5%
  • Test voltage: 1.0VDC ~ 1000VDC (arbitrary setting), accuracy: 1% charging time: 0 ~ 999.9s, maximum charging current: 30mA ± 5mA
  • Features: VFD display, two-parameter measurement of insulation resistance and leakage current, 9999 readings, 55 high-speed tests, peak hold, 30 sets of comparators, audible and visual alarms, RS-232 and handler interfaces
  • The AT682 High Resistance Meter is an MCU controlled measuring device for direct reading of resistance and current. The voltage applied to the device under test (DUT) can be programmed from 1 to 1000 volts. A pass / fail indicator provides a visual display of the test results based on a preset limit.
  • The high-resistance measuring device AT682 is designed for the measurement of very high resistances and related parameters of insulation mate rials, electronic components and electromechanical components.

Bond: housewares

Designed for measuring high levels of resistance and leakage current, the Applent AT682 is suitable for testing capacitors, relays, switches, connectors, materials, cables, PC boards and other materials, electronic components and electro-mechanical components.

The AT682 can be programmed to apply a voltage ranging from 1 to 1000V to the device under test, giving it effective resistance measurement range from as low as 10kΩ to as high as 1TΩ. When testing the unit will display both the testing result as a digital reading and will also show a PASS/FAIL indicator that's based on preset limits.

Both auto and manual ranging, the speed of testing can also be adjusted and a built-in comparison mode allows easy result comparisons to take place. The unit is also equipped with a high quality VFD display and has RS232C and handler interfaces.

Brand: Applent

Properties:

  • Insulation resistance: 10kΩ-1TΩ (104 ~ 1012Ω), accuracy: <1G: 1%, ≥1G: 3%, ≥10G: 5%
  • Test voltage: 1.0VDC ~ 1000VDC (arbitrary setting), accuracy: 1% charging time: 0 ~ 999.9s, maximum charging current: 30mA ± 5mA
  • Features: VFD display, two-parameter measurement of insulation resistance and leakage current, 9999 readings, 55 high-speed tests, peak hold, 30 sets of comparators, audible and visual alarms, RS-232 and handler interfaces
  • The AT682 High Resistance Meter is an MCU controlled measuring device for direct reading of resistance and current. The voltage applied to the device under test (DUT) can be programmed from 1 to 1000 volts. A pass / fail indicator provides a visual display of the test results based on a preset limit.
  • The high-resistance measuring device AT682 is designed for the measurement of very high resistances and related parameters of insulation mate rials, electronic components and electromechanical components.

Bond: housewares

Designed for measuring high levels of resistance and leakage current, the Applent AT682 is suitable for testing capacitors, relays, switches, connectors, materials, cables, PC boards and other materials, electronic components and electro-mechanical components.

The AT682 can be programmed to apply a voltage ranging from 1 to 1000V to the device under test, giving it effective resistance measurement range from as low as 10kΩ to as high as 1TΩ. When testing the unit will display both the testing result as a digital reading and will also show a PASS/FAIL indicator that's based on preset limits.

Both auto and manual ranging, the speed of testing can also be adjusted and a built-in comparison mode allows easy result comparisons to take place. The unit is also equipped with a high quality VFD display and has RS232C and handler interfaces.