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19351 - Wrist Strap Tester, Two State, 220VAC Nist

19351 - Wrist Strap Tester, Two State, 220VAC Nist

  • Features

    • Connects to utility ground when plugged in
      Quick, easy installation and grounding of both wrist straps and table mats.
    • Tests entire circuit - wrist strap, cord and skin contact
      Reliable resistance test
    • Acts as common point ground for the worksurface
      No other ground cords needed
    • Test performed during normal use at workstation
      Improved productivity, workers test without having to leave the workstation
    • Provided with calibration to NIST traceable standards; calibration unit available for users to maintain NIST calibration at their facility
      Simple means to assure accurate performance Lower calibration life cycle costs
    • Includes Adapter
      Also available separately (98257) if replacement is required
    • Range: 750 Kilohms - 10 Megohms
    • NIST Calibrated
      Calibrated with accepted procedures and standards traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology.  For more information on calibration of Desco products, see Calibration
    • Made in the United States of America
      This item is made and stocked in Chino, CA.

      Estiamted Shipping Weight: 1.10 Pounds

    “Compliance verification should be performed prior to each use (daily, shift change, etc.). The accumulation of insulative materials may increase the foot grounder system resistance. If foot grounders are worn outside the ESD protected area testing for functionality before reentry to the ESD protected area should be considered.” (ESD SP9.2 APPENDIX B - Foot Grounder Usage Guidance)

    “A log should be maintained which verifies that personnel have tested their personal grounding devices.” (ANSI/ESD S20.20 Paragraph Personnel Grounding Guidance)

    “Frequency of Functional Testing: The wrist strap system should be tested daily to ensure proper electrical value. Nominally, the upper resistance reading should be < or = 10 megohms or a user-defined value.” (ANSI/ESD S1.1-2006 Annex A3)

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