Electrical safety tester 288+
leakage currentfor medical deviceslaboratory

electrical safety tester
electrical safety tester
electrical safety tester
electrical safety tester
electrical safety tester
electrical safety tester
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Characteristics

Tested parameter
electrical safety, leakage current
Applications
for medical devices, laboratory
Configuration
hand-held, compact
Other characteristics
digital, automatic

Description

Electrical Safety Analyzers - Compact and lightweight design - Full compliance to international and local safety standards IEC/EN 62353, AAMI/IEC/EN - 60601-1, IEC 61010, NFPA-99 and AS/NZ 3551 - Battery powered earth/ground bond, insulation and leakage testing - Additional 50V and 100V DC insulation tests for low voltage equipment - Accurate high current, low energy earth bond testing The Rigel 288+ Electrical Safety Analyzer The Rigel 288+ electrical safety analyzer offers an accurate and fast solution for meeting international and local safety standards. Enjoy complete freedom to move around, without the need for mains voltage, thanks to battery powered test capability. Using standard AA batteries, tests can be carried out for insulation, earth/ground bond testing, and touch or point-to-point leakage current testing. Why choose the Rigel 288+ electrical safety analyzer Test to IEC/EN 62353, AAMI/IEC/EN 60601-1 & more Built-in electronic data storage Flexible user-definable test routines Battery-powered leakage, insulation & earth/ground bond tests 50/100/250/500V DC insulation testing Automatic secondary verification ensures the correct result first time Small & compact with direct printing via Bluetooth connectivity Available in a wide range of power configurations Compatible with Med-eBase for simple asset management

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