Category: Safety Tester
Tags: GLC-10000, GLC 10000, GLC10000, Leakage Current Tester, GW Instek Indonesia, Sole Agent GW Instek
GW Instek launches a new leakage current tester–GLC-10000, which features 12 simulated human impedance networks that comply with related safety regulations so as to conduct leakage current test for electric equipment under normal condition or single fault condition. These 12 simulated human impedance networks are comprised of networks for medical electric equipment and general electric and electronic equipment to ensure that the product design and manufacture are in compliance with requirements of safety regulations including IEC, EN, UL, etc.
GLC-10000 provides test requirements for most IT products, household appliances and other electronic and electric equipment, and even medical electronics in the measurement of leakage current (or touch current), including the required measurement network, measurement bandwidth of various current forms are all in compliance with the requirements of the latest version of the applicable regulations. Furthermore, in order to comply with the leakage current flow paths under different regulations, GLC-10000 provides 20 measurement options to meet the requirements of the old and latest versions of the standards.
GLC-10000 is equipped with a 7-inch TFT LCD touch screen, which makes the operation more convenient and fast, and the large screen allows setting information and test results to be displayed on the LCD at the same time, improving the readability of information observation. In addition, users can select the front socket output (10A max.) or the rear terminal block output (up to 20A) to measure the leakage current according to the current consumption of the DUT. 30 sets of internal memory can be used to store the measurement settings of users' products. In addition, 1000 sets of measurement results can be stored to conduct subsequent analysis.
For the rear panel configuration, GLC-10000 also provides a reserved MD external terminal block (EXT+/EXT-), and users can self-define the required simulated impedance networks (only applicable to parallel RC combination) to measure the leakage current to meet the requirements of new MD in future regulations. In addition, GLC-10000 provides a variety of standard interfaces, such as RS-232C, USB device, LAN and Remote I/O, and even GPIB (optional) to meet the needs of system control and data acquisition.