10'' touch color display: 1805 & 1886 series
Modern, digital technology for applications with 500 VA / 200 mA or safety current limited.
Manual testing system for determining the triggering.
Industry: electrical industry
The customer's wish was to test a one-to-four-pin RCCB for its function with a high current of up to 250 A. The problem here was to allow the operator to intervene manually, without compromising his or her safety. There should also not be any problem in testing the products, which differ in number of pins, breaking current, size and add-on devices.
Based on these requirements, a standing workstation, which was equipped with a special test cage to protect the user was developed. This was in turn designed so that the operator can also manually operate the product to be tested using a special tool. The operator can therefore make adjustments and changes to the product during the function test. The RCCBs are tested with a current of up to 250 A AC, wherein the shut-down time is determined for each contact path. The various contact paths can be connected. In addition, the pilot contacts are detected. The current is adjusted manually using a control knob as this is a purely manual workstation. The operator can read the set current on a digital display instrument. The rest of the system is computer-controlled and real-time data is processed. Different test adapters allow testing of the different RCCBs.
An arbitrary number of test programs can be stored in the testing system PC. This allows the customer to independently write new test programs while developing new products. However, for products with identical data, it is also possible to use the same test program, which is then allocated to the respective DUT over the product list. The test results are stored automatically in XML or Access format on an arbitrary place on the network.
A separate test dummy is used to check the functionality of the testing system fully automatically. During the daily start of the testing system, the testing personnel is asked to connect this dummy and start the corresponding program. The testing system does not allow further testing without a passed dummy test.