Spark testers ASI / IASI are designed to test insulated conductors of cables, wires, cords and protective hoses with high voltage per pass, both in the process of applying insulation and a protective hose over a metal sheath, and during control rewinding. Installations (apparatuses) allow detecting both open (visible) through defects (channels, cracks, etc.) and hidden through defects in insulation.

The design of the electrode assembly provides reliable electrical contact with the surface of the cable under test. The main element of the site are ball metal electrodes, which allow for good contact with the cable without damaging its surface.

Spark testers ASI / IASI are first of all:

• Low cost
• Simplicity and functionality 
• High reliability and technical characteristics, proven by the long-term service life of devices at cable companies in Ukraine and the CIS 
• Technical support 
• Operational warranty and after-sales service worldwide

Product range:

Pulse spark tester IASI-M

General applications.

• Output voltage 1...30 kV
• Output voltage form - unipolar damped pulses

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High frequency spark tester ASI-20V

Insulation tests of low-voltage cables and wires with high frequency sinusoidal voltage on high-speed cable lines..

• Output voltage 1...20 kV
• Output freguency 1500 Hz
• Output voltage form - sine wave

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Power frequency spark tester ASI-25

Testing the insulation of cables and wires test voltage of industrial frequency.

• Output voltage 1...25 kV
• Output freguency 50 Hz
• Output voltage form - sine wave

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High voltage spark tester ASI-40

Insulation tests for high voltage wires.

• Output voltage 2...40 kV
• Output freguency 55 Hz
• Output voltage form - sine wave

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Multi-electrode spark tester

Testing simultaneously several insulated high-voltage cable conductors per passage. 

• From two and above simultaneously tested wires
• On the basis IASI-M or ASI-20V

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Ball electrodes ESHU

Use for IASI-M and ASI-20V.

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