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Fluorescent Lamp Asymmetric Pulse Tester according to IEC 61347-2-3

Product No: UI2002C

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UI2002C Fluorescent Lamp Asymmetric Pulse Tester is designed according to the latest update in IEC 61347-2-3 about the test requirements for local rectifying effects on tubes. It imitates the condition when tube is under local rectifying status and tests the abnormal protection function of ballast by adopting fluorescent lamp asymmetry pulse test method with 3 windows for displaying rectified voltage, rectified current, and rectified power. It is easy for operation and with high test accuracy.
• Measure lamp voltage, lamp current , average and total power of lamp.
• Lamp voltage range: 10~300V
• Lamp current range: 10mA~1.0A
• Lamp power range: 0.5~300W
• Tolerance is 5%

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