audio measurement equipment, drop test equipment ​

audio measurement equipment, drop test equipment ​

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IEC60065:2014 clause 16.3 b Flexible Cables Flexing Tester 



Conforms to IEC60065:2014 clause 16.3 b), IEC60950, IEC60245-1 Rubber insulated cables-Rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V-Part 1:General requirements,IEC60245-2 clause 3.1 Figure 1 Rubber insulated cables-Rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V-Part 2: Test methods.



It is used for checking mechanical strength of completed flexible cables. This test does not apply to flexible cables with cores of nominal cross-sectional area greater than 4mm2 and cables having more than 18 cores laid up in more than two concentric layers.


Test sample:

Completed flexible cables.



This cable tester consists of a carrier C (see IEC60245-2 Figure 1),a driving system for the carrier and four pulleys for each sample of cable to be tested. The carrier C supports two pulleys A and B, which are of the same diameter. The two fixed pulleys, at either end of the apparatus, may be of a different diameter from pulleys A and B, but all four pulleys shall be so arranged that the sample is horizontal between them. The carrier makes cycles (forward and backward movements) over a distance of 1 m at an approximately constant speed of 0,33m/s between each reversal of the direction of movement. A sample of flexible cable about 5 m long shall be stretched over the pulleys, each end being loaded with a weight. The mass of this weight and the diameter of pulleys A and B are given in following table.




Power supplyAC 220V/ 50HZ( can be customed)
Current loading of cores0-25A
Voltage loading0-400V
Testing speed0.33m/S
Testing distance1000±20mm
Suitable cores2-18
Nominal cross-sectional area0.2~4mm2
Diameter of pulleys60, 80, 120, 160, 200mm ( Customer optional: Standard equipped 3pcs)
Combined weights0.5kg, 1kg, 1.5kg, 2kg, 2.5kg, 3kg, 3.5kg, 4kg, 6kg, 7.5kg, 8kg
Fault testingCurrent interruption, short circuit between conductors, test and short circuit between the pulley.


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