Slaughter 4520 4-in-1 500VA Multi-Function Electrical Safety Tester

4520

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Slaughter 5kV at 100mA AC HiPot, 6kV at 10mA DC HiPot tester. Insulation Resistance and 30Amp Ground Bond

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The 4520 allows manufacturers to perform AC Hipot, DC Hipot, Insulation Resistance and Ground Bond tests in a single instrument. The 4520 offers incredible value if you want to perform multiple electrical safety tests in a single instrument. Test functionality includes a 5 kV, 100 mAAC Hipot (500 VA), 6 kV, 10 mADC Hipot, Insulation Resistance and a 30 Amp Ground Bond. Equipped with the latest technology and features the 4520 is the right solution for a variety of electrical safety testing applications.

  • 500 VA Test Functionality
  • RS-232 Interface Option
  • Fully Adjustable Trip Ranges
  • 6 Memories, 6 Steps per Memory
  • Tamper Proof Front Panel Controls
  • Meets 200 mA Short Circuit Requirements

Slaughter 4320 Front Panel

  1. RESET BUTTON: This is a momentary contact switch used to reset the instrument. If an out-of-range reading is detected during a test, the red failure lamp within the button will light. To reset the system for the next test, press and release this button. This button may also be used to abort a test in progress.
  2. TEST BUTTON: This is a momentary contact switch used to start a test. Press the green button to turn on the high voltage output when in test mode. The indicator lamp within the button will light when test expires with pass condition.
  3. LCD DISPLAY: The liquid crystal display is the main readout for the operator and programmer of the test settings and test results.
  4. CURRENT OUTPUT JACK: This jack uses for the connection of the detachable 5-foot (1.52 m) red high current test lead or adapter box. This jack is always used when performing a Ground Bond test.
  5. POWER SWITCH: Rocker-style switch with international ON ( | ) and OFF (0) markings.
  6. SET KEY: Use this key to advance forward through the setup menus.
  7. DOWN ARROW (∨): Use this key to decrement numeric values in the setup mode. This key also used to toggle ON/OFF functions. Also may be used to decrease output voltage during a test in 10-volt increments.
  8. UP ARROW (∧): Use this key to increment numeric values in the setup mode. This key also used to toggle ON/OFF functions. Also may be used to increase output voltage during a test in 10-volt increments.
  9. EXIT KEY: Use this key when you desire to enter the test mode to initiate a test. Also the key uses to enter the System menu parameters and to exit from the System menu.
  10. HIGH VOLTAGE OUTPUT JACK: For the connection of the detachable 6-foot red high voltage test lead. The silicone rubber insulation is flexible for easy handling and is rated at 30KVDC. The jack is recessed for safety when this lead is not being used.
  11. HIGH VOLTAGE ARROW (LED INDICATOR): This indicator flashes to warn the operator that high voltage is present at the high voltage output terminal.
  12. RETURN OUTPUT JACK: For the connection of the detachable 6-foot black return test lead or three-prong receptacle adapter box. This jack is always used when performing a test.

Slaughter 4520 Rear Panel

  1. OPTIONAL REAR OUTPUT TERMINALS: Additional output terminals.
  2. CALIBRATION KEY: Press this key while the instrument is being powered ON to enter calibration mode.
  3. REMOTE INPUT: 9-pin D-type subminiature male connector for remote control of TEST, RESET, and INTERLOCK functions as well as remote memory recall.
  4. REMOTE OUTPUT: 9-pin D-type subminiature female connector for monitoring PASS, FAIL, and PROCESSING output relay signals.
  5. BUS INTERFACE: Optional connector for interconnection to RS-232 bus interface.
  6. CHASSIS GROUND (EARTH) TERMINAL: This safety terminal should be connected to a good earth ground before operation.
  7. FUSE RECEPTACLE: To change the fuse, unplug the power (mains) cord and turn the fuse cap counter clockwise to remove the fuse. Please replace the fuse with one of the proper rating.
  8. INPUT POWER RECEPTACLE: Standard IEC 320 connector for connection to a standard NEMA style line power (mains) cord.
  9. THERMAL FAN: Used to cool the instrument

 

Test Connections

 

 


To connect the 4520 to a DUT, first connect the black return lead into the front panel return output jack. If you are performing a ground bond test then connect the high current lead to the front panel current output jack. Next connect the high voltage lead (w/ red clip) or probe, which-ever one you are using for your application into the high voltage jack on the front panel.

Then attach the black return clip to exposed or dead metal located on the chassis of the DUT. Always connect the ground return first.

Again if you are performing ground bond testing, attach the high current lead to the ground/earthing contact. If you are using the high voltage clip, make sure you attached the red clip to the current carrying conductors of the DUTs circuitry. If you are using the test probe, simply apply the probe to the appropriate current carrying conductors.

Slaughter Test Connections
Adapter Box Connection

The adapter box is provided as an optional accessory for the 4520. This provides an easy way to connect to a DUT that is terminated in a two-prong or three-prong line cord.

First connect the black return lead into the front panel return output jack. Then connect the high current lead from the adapter box into the front panel output current jack on the 4520. Then connect the high voltage lead from the adapter box into the front panel high voltage jack on the 4520. Next attach the black return clip to exposed dead metal located on the CHASSIS of the DUT. Always connect the ground return first. Finally plug in your DUT into the adapter box.
Slaughter HiPot Adapter Box

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