Insulation tester use specification
I. Operating Procedures
1. Insert the positive and negative connectors correspondingly into the positive and negative ports behind the main unit, respectively (positive: detection handle end; negative: crocodile clip connection end).
2. Turn on the power switch behind the host.
3. Touch the ON switch on the front of the main unit to start the tester.
4. Turn the knob on the front of the host to adjust the detection voltage to between 3KV and 5KV.
5. Connect the alligator clips on the negative side to the metal head of the instrument to be detected.
6. Select the corresponding detection head connected to the positive detection handle.
7. The detection head in the insulating layer of the instrument to be detected by moving back and forth to detect, when the instrument is damaged, the detector through the beeping sound and the host front alarm light flashes to prompt the alarm.
8. After the operation is completed, turn off the power switch.
Second, maintenance and maintenance
1. Wipe the appearance of the instrument with surface disinfectant wipes every day.
2. Regularly check the remaining power and charge.
3. Replace the battery regularly.
Precautions for use
1. Do not directly in the boot state manually touch the positive and negative at the same time, if you touch the positive and negative at the same time, in the 3KV ~ 5KV or so there is a slight sense of electric shock, in the case of 8KV, there will be a deep sense of electric shock, but will not cause harm to the human body.
2. When the tester is not used for a long time or when it is not used for a long time, please make sure that the tester is fully charged for 8 hours before using it. If the power is less than 10%, the display will flash to remind the need to charge in time.
3. When not in use for a long time should be the back of the boat switch off (in the boot state, the detector still has a standby current loss of power, in the battery power is depleted, such as not charging in time, there may be damage to the battery); detector shutdown state, if more than three months unused, you should take out the detector, charging for 8 hours and then put it away, to avoid prolonged discharges caused by the damage to the battery.
4. After the detector is used, the boat switch should be closed.