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Visor enclosure ensures safer electrical testing

11 March 2011

A new range of electrical safety test enclosures incorporating a host of features to optimise safety for the operator and maximise flexibility for the production engineer, has been launched by Seaward. The Clare Visor enclosure features a modern ergonomic design to enable production personnel to carry out the safe and controlled electrical testing of a wide range of products in compliance with EN50191. The product is supplied fully wired and fully interlocked for immediate deployment on the shopfloor.

Constructed from heavy duty insulating plastic, the enclosure design incorporates a special pallet system to allow quick and easy insertion of a variety of fixtures to accommodate the testing of a wide range of appliances and electrical/electronic devices. The large clear visor provides a wide field of view and a counter balance lift mechanism provides fast access to the equipment being tested, while requiring minimum effort from the operator.

The enclosures can be fully interfaced with electrical testing instrumentation for automated production line routines and can also be incorporated in laboratory-type environments for testing during product design and development. The range is available in two standard sizes and Seaward can also provide full enclosure test systems to suit customers' specific needs. 

These new enclosures complement Seaward’s recently extended ClareHAL instrumentation series that includes dedicated ground bond, hipot and insulation testers, alongside a new advanced all-in-one electrical safety and functional test unit.

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