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Input Power and Current Test
Input Power and Current Test

In physics, electrical power is the power carried by the electrical circuit in electrical energy. The electrical power that any electrical device draws from the mains is called input power and is measured in watts. The wattage used in alternating current measurements is a power unit that considers both volts and amps. One watt is equal to the power of an electric circuit in which one ampere current flows through a potential difference of one volt.

Numerous devices used in daily life work with electrical energy. However, electricity is a dangerous substance and these devices contain currents and voltages that create a variety of hazards for people using electrical appliances. In order to ensure the safe operation of these devices and not to cause danger, electrical safety tests are performed by various laboratories. But more importantly than these devices need to be eliminated before the launch of the possible risks.

Several laboratories conduct many electrical tests accredited by national or international accreditation bodies. Introduction of many tests such as LVD test, EMC test, earthing tests, insulation resistance test at ambient temperature, insulation resistance test at maximum conductor working temperature, voltage test, surface tension test, lightning impact test, conductor resistance measurement, puncture voltage test and high voltage test power and current tests are also available.

These laboratories use state-of-the-art test equipment for fast, high quality and reliable tests and have trained and experienced engineers in their staff.


In addition, the laboratories operate in accordance with the criteria and conditions determined by the current legal regulations and the standards developed by domestic and foreign institutions during the measurements. In addition, laboratories must comply with the TS EN ISO / IEC 17025 General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories.