Manufacturer of a unique line of High Frequency Surge Testers since 1969. Our Surge Testers are the most sensitive surge testers manufactured to date in detecting defective turn-to-turn insulation of coils in all motors, generators, transformers and all types of electrical windings. The PJ Surge Tester is used Worldwide in 45 Countries.
PJ Electronics offers a wide selection of models from which to choose! Basically, you may custom order a tester to meet your specific needs. PJ Electronics manufactures 12 lines of Bench, Portable & Console Model Digital High Frequency Surge / DC Hi-Pot Testers. 220-240 operating line voltage is available upon request and for an additional cost.
Ultra high 10000V testing voltage Non - Destructive analysis of winding Chinese / English language version Full programming sequence test Versatile I / O ports for application Test statistics and print function Multi-channel test capability
Low Energy Non - Destructive Test of Winding 0.5uH of Resistance is Capable of Testing Auto Voltage Level Control Ultra high 5000V testing voltage Easy Waveform Learning, Fast Testing High Frequency Harmonic Analysis High Frequency Noise Analysis Chinese / English language version
Automatic operating mode (/manual) Different or more Voltage on request Integrable in production line Soft on Windows® programs Programs : Possible user language Comparison programs with standard references or between windings Number of surges programmable Automatic commutation for multi-windings structures under test Other additional measurements Many accessories/options available Customized solution on simple request
HV-MV-LV / AC-DC motor/alternatorCoils for induction ovenAuxiliary pole in traction motorsBar to bar testMaxi Output 5 to 35 kVEnergy available 2 up to 50 JoulesRising time 0,1 ms or 1,2msdi / dt maxi 1250 A/ms
The high-current pulse generator PG 6-2402 is designed for surge current testing of electrical components, over-voltage protectors and electronic circuits acc. to IEC, VDE etc. It generates standard impulse currents with waveform 8/20µs. Pulse current output amplitude can be set to 2 - 50 kA.
The High-Voltage Pulse Generator IPG 255 is designed for testing of impulse dielectric strength of components, insulation, air-and surface flash-over gaps of watt-hour meters, static relais etc. according to IEC 255, EN 61036, VDE 0435 Teil 303.
The High-Voltage Pulse Generator IPG 1201 is designed for testing of impulse dielectric strength of components, insulation, air-and surface flash-over gaps. It is specially used for testing surge withstand capability of insulation between accesible parts and hazardous live parts, e.g. terminals for connection of antenne and mains supply treminals, refer to EN 60065.
The SURGE TEST GENERATOR PG 10-1520 has been designed for testing two-gap over-voltage protectors. It delivers surge current pulses synchroneous at two impulse current outputs, wave form 8/20 µs, peak value adjustable 0.2 - 10 kA for each output.
The surge current generator PG 2-750 delivers pulse currents with the waveform 10/160µs and 10/560µs. Optionally an additional waveform, 10/1000µs can be integrated. The generator has four or two surge current outputs.
The high-current pulse generators PG 6-200 / PG 6-400 are designed for surge testing of electrical components, over-voltage protectors and electronic circuits acc. to IEC, VDE etc. They generate standard impulse currents with waveform 8/20 µs. Short circuit output current amplitude is selectable from 0.2 up to 10 kA by adjustment of the charging voltage of the internal energy storage capacitor.
The 3451E Surge Test Station provides high current surge testing capability for two leaded devices such as Diodes, TVS's (transient voltage suppressors) Zeners and SSOVP devices. The 3451E can perform the following surge test types with a maximum compliance of 300V
The T2T3-Series Double Waveform Surge Generators are intended for testing Surge Protective Devices(SPDs), Varistors, and the like, according to IEC61643-1. The generators are able to deliver two types of surge waveforms—8/20 current wave and 1.2/50-8/20 combination wave.