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AVL DiTEST HV-Safety 2000 Training Case
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Active insulation resistance measurement using the integrated test voltage generator To test the installation resistance of a vehicle, an external test voltage must be applied. This voltage must be within the range of the electric vehicle‘s battery voltage. HV Safety 2000 generates the necessary voltage automatically and safely without presenting any risk to the user. The entire test is also made available in the test report. Potential equalisation measurement with four-wire measurement technology – as per unece R100 After completing the work – e.g. replacing a part – the high voltage needs to be re-established without any issues. The UNECE R100 standard defi nes inspection of the potential equalisation resistance to verify the safety of the HV vehicle. HV Safety 2000 supports this measurement with the prescribed testing current of 1 A. Standard Multimeterfunctions: HV Safety 2000 offers all the functions of a digital voltmeter: diode, resistance, capacitance and voltage measurement. The measured values are displayed in easily legible form on the screen of your PC or laptop. This saves the workshop having to invest in various different measurement devices. Power supply via usa Interface No additional power supply or battery is necessary. The device is always ready for operation, including generating high voltage for the isolation resistance test and the 1 A current for taking measurements in line with UNECE R100.

  • Working with wiring diagrams, symbols, terminal designations, wires and wiring connections
  • Activating HV systems, taking into account all requisite safety precautions
  • Measurement of isolation from supply and general voltage measurement
  • High-voltage insulation resistance measurement (with deactivated HV system)
  • Insulation resistance measurement as per SAE J1766 measurement, ECE R100, ISO6469 (with deactivated HV system)
  • Potential equalisation conductor measurement
  • Naming electrical and electronic components, functional units and systems
  • Selecting and using suitable measurement and testing equipment
  • Testing electrical and electronic circuits, taking into account the requisite safety precautions
  • Taking the most important measurements and using the most important measurement methods on HV systems with the requisite safety equipment
  • Documenting work results and performing evaluations through comparison with manufacturer specifications