Electrical Testing Maintenance Handbook, Vol. 8
Part of the popular testing and measurement series of handbooks, Volume 8 further examines the crucial elements of proper maintenance and testing techniques essential to minimizing risk and liability.
Undrstanding Product Certification Marks and the Product Testing and Certification Process
Understanding Insulation Resistance Testing
Why Calibrate Test Equipment?
Making Better Electric Field Measurements
Obtaining More Accurate Resistance Measurements Using the 6-Wire OHMS Measurement Technique
How Stray Voltage Affects Multimeter Measurements
Revised Engineering and Testing Practices Resulting From Migration to IEC 61850
Resistance Measurements Three- and Four-Point Method
The Art of Measuring Low Resistance
What is Hipot Testing?
Magneto-Mechanical Measurements for High Current Applications
Isolation Technologies for Reliable Industrial Measurements
Fall-of-Potential Ground Testing, Clamp-On Ground Testing Comparison
Inline Detection, Analysis Find Invisible Electrical Defects Faster
Who Sets the Rules for Electrical Testing and Safety?
Comparative Corrosion and Current Burst Testing of Copper and Aluminum Electrical Power Connectors
Application of the EL CID Test with Circulating Currents in Stator Windings
Important Measurements That Support Infrared Surveys in Substations
Use of an Isolation Transformer While Performing Line Leakage or Functional Run Tests
Measuring Magnetic Fields Electric and Magnetic Fields
How the Loading of an AC/DC Transfer Standard Can Affect Your Measurements of AC Voltage and Current