Applies Voltage up to 1500 Vdc / 1000 Vac (HVX), or 2100 Vdc / 1200 Vac (HVX-21)
Measures Resistance between 0.1 Ω and 1 GΩ (HVX), or 0.1 Ω and 5 GΩ (HVX-21)
128 Test Points, Expandable to 1024 (HVX), 512+ (HVX-21)
Tests to Industry Standard A620B Guidelines
For diagnostic and Pass/Fail Testing
Tests for insulation resistance and dielectric breakdown after checking for opens, shorts, miswires, & resistance limits
Options available for precision resistance measurement (4 Wire Kelvin) and twisted pair checks
Universal power input of 100-240Vac, 60W maximum.
Requires two USB channels, and Windows XP-SP3, WIN7, WIN8, or WIN10.
Compatible with touchscreen and laptop PCs.
Weight: 13 lbs (5.9 kG), Size: 12.5" wide, 18.5" deep, 3" high.
Includes one-year RENEWABLE warranty with one year free tech support and software upgrades.
CableEye HVX Series Expansion Module (Item 828)
Photo: CableEye HVX Series High Voltage Test System
with one Expansion Module and CB29 Board Set
Adds expanded testing for contact and wire resistance as low as 1 mΩ. After checking for opens, shorts, miswires, and resistance limits, the 4-wire Kelvin measurement applies a user-selectable test current from 100 mA to 1 A to determine connection resistance within 1 mΩ. The resistance profile of a model cable may be stored and used as a basis of comparison during later testing to reveal cold solder joints, faulty crimps, recessed pins, pin contact contamination, improper wire gauge, and stress-extruded wire.
Four-wire measurement eliminates any effect of fixture resistance to obtain a precise value of the unit under test (UUT) resistance only. The same high-accuracy measurement may be obtained with a short fixture attached directly to the tester, or with a large wire harness fixture that may extend a considerable distance to reach the UUT. Users may optionally set up a high-current stress test for wiring by driving up to 1 A of current through each conductor, and setting a dwell time from 100ms to 3 minutes. Increasing resistance during the dwell period may show problems not detected with a shorter measurement interval.
Individual conductors within a UUT may be independently disabled from 4-wire or high voltage test by user selection to avoid potential damage to fuses or other sensitive components. Users may also independently set different test currents for each conductor.
Existing CableEye users may upgrade their HVX series testers by purchasing just the 4-wire expansion.