10‘‘ colour touchscreen: 1805 & 1886 series
Modern digital technology for safety-current-limited applications or those at 500 VA / 200 mA.
In a test system, different components from the field of electric test technology are combined with each other and thus summarised to an independent test system. That can mean that a whole production line comes into being on which various electric safety tests are carried out on several stations. It is automated, for example. But it can also mean to develop first-time a safety test for a special, completely new product, where appropriate. The opportunities for that are almost unlimited.
Test systems come into consideration for everyone who is not satisfied with the standardised procedures for electric safety testing. This might have different reasons. For example, if safety testing has not been applied in the required manner yet. This is often the case with a new or also a very exotic product. Or particular test parameters are required, for example whenever a product must also function underwater or in other extreme situations. No matter how unusual a customer wish is – we will find a solution.
Our individual test systems are used in almost all industries dealing with electric technology. Because once current is flowing within an appliance, it must be ensured that safety is guaranteed for the user at any time. In the process, it is rather unimportant whether it is about household appliances, lightings, tools, motors or even medical equipment. What is essential is always the type of carrying out the test.
The advantages of an individual test system are clearly obvious. Because it is especially designed to solve your day-to-day problems at the best. You would like to know whether a test system is also possible for you? Then please contact us. We will jointly analyse your task and develop a set of specifications. Then we will look after the development, realisation and commissioning of the system. On request, you and your employees will then get a comprehensive training and introduction, and we will, of course, continue to provide you with technical support. It almost sounds too simple, doesn’t it?