YP-30H High voltage cable & harness tester (up to 1500 V)
- high voltage testing up to 1500 V
- conduct tests while controlling switches, relays, LEDs and other embedded equipment
In addition to all the functions of the YP-1024 low-voltage tester, the YP-30H HiPot Wired Assemblies Tester performs high voltage testing of up to 1500 V. Testing includes dielectric, resistance and insulation procedures. Modularity provides virtually unlimited scalability.
The YP-30H is capable of verifying the most complex harnesses. An extraordinary aspect of the YP-30H lies in its ability to conduct tests while controlling switches, relays, LEDs and any other equipment embedded in cables that operate using external power supplies.
Like other YPU testers, the YP-30H significantly and cost-effectively improves yields and minimizes testing costs.
User-friendly, menu driven software.
No programming experience needed
Complies with MIL-C3885F (Cable Assemblies and Cord Assemblies Electrical Standard)
Applicable to a wide variety of cable lengths and shielding
No calibration processes required
Performs self-learning of good wired assembly samples
Imports wiring lists from CAD/CAM or host computer
Includes automatic BIT and initiated self test.
Selection of voltage, current or resistance configured for one or a group of chains.
YPU software eliminates tedious programming steps. Point and click boxes write commands and modes, and define parameters. Users can build customized libraries, prepare wire lists and functional tests, and build programs to suit the requirements of any kind of wired assembly - and all this, without the need to memorize codes.
YPU testers have self-learning capability. Programs no longer have to be written from scratch. Simply attach a "golden cable" (a UUT that is known to be good) to the YPU system. The computer compiles and saves a wiring test program, which can be later used to provide the same types of results when testing other cables. This self-learning capability is particularly useful for analyzing and testing cables whose design and/or production parameters are not known. YPU testers collect and record the wiring patterns of any kind of cable or harness, then generate appropriate testing programs and finally conduct rapid automated test for opens, shorts, and miswires.