AUTOMATIC LEAKAGE CURRENT MEASUREMENT METHOD AND THRESHOLD DECISION FEATURE OF IEC 62353:2014
Electrical safety testing is a very important activity to ensure safe operating standards for every product that uses electricity, especially medical devices. IEC 62353:2014 is used as standard for periodic and after repair testing on electromedical equipment. There are three methods, namely alternative methods, differential methods and direct methods. However, there are still many electromedical practitioners who have difficulty deciding which method will be used when conducting electrical safety testing on a certain medical device. Therefore, an automatic leakage current measurement method and threshold decision feature of IEC 62353:2014 is developed. The development is implementing the method decision flow chart in appendix of IEC 62353:2014 document in google spreadsheet platform.
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