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Many Names, Many Applications: The High Potential Voltage (Hipot) Test

Posted on 4/27/20 10:44 AM

Dielelectric Voltage-withstand or Dielectric-strength tests are often referred to as the High Potential Voltage “Hipot” test. It’s one of the most common yet important safety and diagnostic tests used for electrical and electronic components and devices—it can be used in both the design phase and the production phase in the manufacturing of electrical products.

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Topics: product design, testing, Hipot

Torqued and Tested

Posted on 3/30/20 3:25 PM

A Brief Overview of Interpower®’s Testing Capabilities

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Topics: testing, designing for export, safety, compliance standards, USA Made Products

New Product Designs Can Benefit a Company

Posted on 2/3/20 8:07 AM

A successful new product design can be a valuable asset to a company.

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Topics: product design, testing, designing for export

Product Development Testing is Crucial

Posted on 12/2/19 7:54 AM

During product development and prior to shipment, it is essential to know if that product will function properly in the country it is intended to be used in—which makes product development testing crucial. With numerous plug patterns used around the world, engineers and designers need to verify that equipment and consumer electrical products will run safely and reliably on specific voltages and frequencies—before exporting.

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Topics: testing, designing for export, International Power Source

Importance of Testing During the Design Phase

Posted on 5/6/19 8:00 AM

Testing during the design process in product development is crucial. If the new product will be distributed in worldwide markets, then using an AC power source is one way to test that product at various voltages and frequencies.

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Topics: product design, testing, designing for export, International Power Source, AC Power Source

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