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High voltage terminals and connectors

High voltage terminals and connectors

High voltage terminals and connectors

We are looking at making a semi automated Hi-Pot test machine. The component we will be testing requires that 6 points be subjected to HV simultaneously. I need to split the single HV lead from the Hi-Pot test unit into 6 points in the test fixture. My question is who manufactures terminal blocks/strips/studs/connectors etc. for the 3kV range we need.

Any help in this matter will be appreciated.


RE: High voltage terminals and connectors

dwayned  (electrical)

Hello Russ,

If you are looking for a complete High Voltage switching matrix Associated Research Inc. manufacturers such a device as well as hipot testers. web-site www.asresearch.com.
The high voltage connectors can be purchased from Alden Products Conmpany in Brockton, Mass. Phone 508-583-0160.

I hope this helps.


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