Chroma Systems Solutions

19772 Pauling
Foothill Ranch, CA 92610

About Chroma Systems Solutions

A leading provider of electrical safety testers,passive component measurement solutions, and power sources. Our solutions enable Medical Device Manufacturers and other manufacturing industries to test the safety and quality of their electrical products while ensuring compliance to FDA and other regulatory agencies.

Competitors of Chroma Systems Solutions

AEMC Instruments

AEMC® Instruments manufactures professional electrical test and measurement instruments for the industrial, commercial and utility marketplace. AEMC® is an industry leader in current measurement probes, power quality analyzers, ground resistance testers (including the new revolutionary tower... Read More

Products by Chroma Systems Solutions

By Chroma Systems Solutions

Chroma Systems Solutions is a single source solution and preferred instrument and systems supplier to IT, network, computing and data center product manufacturers. Chroma’s test instruments and systems are used to help achieve power efficiency requirements for global markets including ENERGY... Read more »

By Chroma Systems Solutions

Besides testing capacitors, inductors and resistors individually, the passive component test devices are also able to measure assorted electronic components composed of them. Individual components include wound components and communication and power filters; Composites include switches,... Read more »

By Chroma Systems Solutions

Hipot testing or dielectric strength testing determines the suitability of the dielectric or insulation barrier between hazardous and non-hazardous parts. The IEC60601-1 standard and its supporting standards specify the voltage to be applied to the device under test (DUT) and the acceptance... Read more »

Content by Chroma Systems Solutions

Worst Case Leakage Current Testing

Worst Case Leakage Current Testing

Worst Case Leakage Current Testing

By Chroma Systems Solutions

Leakage current testing is the measurement of electrical “leakage current” that results from powering an electrical appliance via mains or dc power. Leakage current is the unwanted or unintended flow of electrical current that presents an electrical hazard such as shock or burn.
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