Our LINECHEK II model 620L provides 7 measuring devices (MD’s) compliant with international certification bodies as well as a convenient switching network to simulate all 8 required fault conditions – everything you need for full Line Leakage test compliance.
Model 620L 40 Amp Leakage Current Tester
The LINECHEK® Model 620L is a fully automated Line Leakage tester that can be configured to perform 8 of the most commonly required Line Leakage tests.
The 620L has the most common measuring devices (MD's) already incorporated into the instrument and can perform patient lead tests with an optional scanning matrix. The 620L also features a continuous run capability which allows the DUT to be run without shutting down between line leakage tests. This remains true even in reverse polarity conditions. With advanced features and capabilities the 620L can measure the voltage drop across measuring devices for compliance to IEC60065 and IEC60990, record the maximum RMS or Peak leakage current during a test, and comply with IEC60601-1 for AC, DC, and AC+DC leakage measurements.
When configured with an optional Run test feature, the 620L can also monitor minimum and maximum readings for Voltage, Current, Watts, Power Factor, and Leakage Current. It can be configured for use in stand alone applications or as part of a test system when interconnected to any Associated Research Hipot or Ground Bond tester.
The 620L may also be interconnected with the an Associated Power Technologies AC Power source to provide clean power to the DUT and allow for full adjustment of DUT input voltage. For automated control of applied part test points, the 620L may be combined with the SC6540 modular scanning matrix. Lastly, Ethernet, USB/RS-232 or GPIB communication interfaces allow for the automated control of the instrument.
AVAILABLE MEASURING DEVICES FOUND ON LINECHEK II Measuring Device The Measuring Device is a circuit that simulates the impedance of the human body. The Measuring Device is specified differently for different agencies, applications and specifications. Repeatedly pressing the “Measure Device” soft key will allow you to select one of the many measuring devices listed in the table below. The table below indicates the available measuring devices and the appropriate agency standard to which it correlates.