4.3‘‘ colour TFT display: 1800 series
Modern digital technology and safety current limitation for unproblematic workspace designs.
Type of device
Desktop device 14" / 3 HU
High voltage AC: Voltage range
100 – 5,500 V
High voltage AC: Current range
0 – 3 mA
High voltage DC: Voltage range
100 – 6,000 V
High voltage DC: Current range
0 – 10 mA
Insulation DC: Voltage range
100 – 6,000 V
Insulation DC: Measuring range
250 kΩ – 1 GΩ
10 – 30 A / 0 – 0,4 Ω
With the only 14” / 3 HU sized, but extremely powerful S 1801M you get a combination between our bestseller, the high voltage tester HA 1800M and our popular ground bond tester P 1800D. Due to the integrated safety current limitation at AC and DC voltage, it is possible to test according to the respective safety standards without any additional protection.
The newest hipot safety analyser developed by SPS electronic combines hipot-, insulation-, and ground bond tests in one device and therefore the various testing requirements you might need for your electric products.
The hipot analyser S 1801M provides maximum comfort and ease of use through the 4.3" TFT colour display built-in by default. Individual tests can easily be carried out, or a fully automatic test plan can also be created using the customisable test programs. The DUT must therefore be connected only once – time-consuming replugging is a matter of the past!
The electrical safety analyser S 1801M features a fully electronic generator, which provides more accurate and faster testing. The device is also independent of the mains supply. Be it 120V / 60Hz in the US or 220 V / 50 Hz in China – the S 1801M can readily be used anywhere in the world!
With the help of our convenient PC software, the device can not only be controlled remotely, but it can also be extended by additional features and test steps. The test results can then be stored on a USB flash pen drive and thus, easily documented.
With a compact, convenient housing, S 1801M is ideally suited for portable application. Thanks to the safety current limitation according to EN 50191, no additional protective measures (such as a test cover or two-handed operation) are necessary for the operation.
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