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FATECH Test device FC-2GB for testing Metal Oxide varistor (MOV) & gas discharge tube

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User Manual Lightning Protection Device Tester

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User Manual Dear User:    Welcome to use FC-2GB Lightning Protection Device Tester. For your safety and proper usage of the instrument, please read through this user manual before operation. 1. Features • Suitable for testing the DC parameters of over-voltage protection devices, including Varistors and Surge Arrestors. Also can be used as constant voltage/current source. • High-voltage short-circuit protection, over-current protection, high-voltage discharge time < 0.5s. • Functions include self-test, pre-set/range voltage adjustment. • 3 1/2 digital display, high accuracy, high...

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User Manual 2.3 Other specifications • Insulation resistance: 6 MQ (500 V) • Withstand voltage: AC 1.5 kV 50 Hz 1min • Working temperature and humidity: 0 ~ +40°C <85%RH • Storage temperature and humidity: -10°C ~ +40°C <90%RH • Power supply: AC 110 V/220 V 50 Hz/60 Hz • Power dissipation: 8 W • Dimensions: 208 mm G 190 mm G 78 mm • Weight: <1 kg Note: All the specifications in this user manual are only applied to the current

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User Manual instrument. We have the right to make any changes. Front Panel Rear Panel Figure 1. Front and Rear Panels 1. Test hole “+” 6. H.V. LED (red) 11. Voltage range 16. Fuse 2. Test hole “-” 7. H.V. ON 12. Display 17. Power Jack 3. Single/Continuous 8. Display change 13. Pre-set voltage 4. Pre-set/Range 9. Test start 14. Power socket 5. Device selection 10. Test LED (green) 15. Power s

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User Manual 4. User Instructions 4.1 Power supply The instrument can be powered by 110 V/220V 50 Hz/60 Hz using the AC power socket on the rear panel. It can also be powered by external power supply of 12 V/0.5 A using the DC power jack. Test preparation Set all the self-locking buttons to high position and turn the knobs anti-clockwise to the end. Plug in the power supply and connect the device under test to “+” and “-” test holes with the test leads provided. Switch on the power supply, the instrument should display “000”. Varistor Test 4.3.1 Test voltage configuration Set the...

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User Manual If the U1mA of the varistor under test is lower than the pre-set voltage, the displayed voltage will drop to its actual value. Press the “Test” button to continue testing. If U1mA of the varistor under test is higher than the pre-set voltage, the displayed voltage will be the pre-set voltage. For this case, the test current is < 1 mA, thus the displayed current is invalid, and sound alarm will be on during testing of I0.75U1mA to indicate disqualification. 4.3.3 Test single parameter This is to test a single DC parameter of U1mA or I0.75U1mA. Start high voltage, set the upper...

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Surge arrestor test 4.4.1 Test voltage range configuration Set the “Varistor/Surge arrestor” button to low position (surge arrestor), set the voltage range following the method used in 4.3.1. 4.4.2 Surge arrestor test a) Connect the device under test to the test holes. If the red LED and the sound alarm are on, it means that the Vsdc of the device is lower than the pre-set value. Please disconnect the device, otherwise, it will be ignited repeatedly. If the red LED is not on, it means that the Vsdc of the device is higher than the test voltage range. The user can press the “Test” button to...

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User Manual Caution must be paid to avoid hazard due to operation with high voltage. 5. Application examples Configuration of pre-set voltage and test voltage This instrument can configure the range of test voltage. Please set the test voltage as low as possible to minimize power dissipation, so as to prolong the life-time of the instrument, to reduce the risk of safety hazard, and to minimize testing time. User can choose proper test voltage to improve efficiency for device categorization and inspection.  Configuration for pre-set voltage: 0 V ~ 1800 V  Configuration for range of test...

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User Manual low test voltage can reduce power dissipation and prolong the life time of the instrument. If there is no special requirement on test voltage, the pre-set voltage knob can be turned anti-clockwise to the end while the test voltage range knob can be turned -clockwise to the end. In such a case, the test voltage is from 0 V ~ 1999 V, with sound alarm for open circuit. 4) The pre-set voltage for surge arrestor testing is the initial voltage for the voltage ramp with a speed of 100V/S, and is also the lower limit of the test voltage. For varistor testing, the pre-set voltage is the...

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