The Clare HAL H101 is
designed for simple manual testing and automatic mode for large volume
applications in the most demanding environments. It is designed for use in
manufacturing, laboratory, maintenance and high speed production environments
either as a stand-alone test instrument or as an integrated part of a
production line system.
Technically the Clare HAL H101 has isolated
floating test outputs making it probably the safest hipot/dielectric tester on
the market. Carefull consideration has been given to the user interface to
enable it to be used manually within laboratory, audit and product compliance
environments. Clever use of a barcode scanner will not only automate the
production flow, but will enable the product to be linked directly into most ISO
quality systems covering production, laboratory and audit usage.
Need to collect test results and prove
traceability? The HAL H101 does that too. It will even barcode scan the
equipment under test and produce result labels, making the whole test process
accurate, efficient and fast. Up to 6000 tests can be stored internally, and
software is available to enable download to PC for further analysis or SPC.
Test sequences can be automatically configured using a barcode scanner and the
tester can be fully controlled from a host device via RS232, or external PLC
I/O ports making it ideal for system integration. Due to the high level of
flexibility and truly innovative features, the Hal is ideally suited to
integration into larger automated systems.
A large, clear, full graphic display presents
information either in a numerical or analogue format. Tests can be started and
stopped by simply pushing the large buttons on the front of the instrument or
choose from a variety of pre-selected automated configurations, including
remote PCs, PLCs or interlocks. The advanced electronic design allows the
operator to select either 50 or 60 hertz HiPot and Ground Bond Testing, making
the instrument truly international in its application. Features such as arc
detection and the ability to set maximum and minimum thresholds all combine to
enhance the quality of the testing process.