10‘‘ colour touchscreen: 1805 & 1886 series
Modern digital technology for safety-current-limited applications or those at 500 VA / 200 mA.
The small, but extremely powerful desktop device was designed for quality assurance in the manufacture of winding products. The surge tester is also useful in laboratories, development centres and repair centres. The ST 6000A is a PC-controlled test system for 1-, 2-, and 3-phase test samples and can also test resistance and high voltages.
Type of device
High Voltage DC: Voltage range
High Voltage DC: Current range
1 mΩ – 60Ω
Surge voltage: Voltage range
Surge voltage: Current range max.
Surge voltage: Impact capacity
Surge voltage: Impact energy
Surge voltage: DUT inductance
> 24 μH
Apart from its compact size, the surge tester ST 6000A is impressive due to its high capacity – and comes at an unbeatable price. It is excellent to detect winding shorts and insulation faults within a winding, even before the fault is detected in the electrical specifications of the device under test. Even resistance measurements and hipot tests are carried out reliably by the ST 6000A.
Due to its modern computer technology and the large 8"-TFT colour display, the ST 6000A is simple and intuitive: The integrated standard PC with the Windows interface guides the user through the individual test steps. A PC-controlled test system does not leave any wish unfulfilled.
The portable ST 6000A is versatile applicable due to its compact size – be it in the test or for portable use, the ST 6000A can be customised as per your requirements. When performing the test, no additional devices are needed, it only needs a network connection with 110 V / 230 V.
For connection to a standard printer, the ST 6000A is equipped with a USB interface. All vibration curves and logs can thus easily be printed in colour. The virtually unlimited, internal memory also enables convenient storage.
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