DIELECTRIC WITHSTANDING VOLTAGE
The dielectric withstanding voltage test (also called
highpotential, overpotential voltagebreakdown, or dielectricstrength
test) consists of the application of a voltage significantly higher than
rated voltage for a specific time, between mutually insulated portions
of a component part or between insulated portions and ground. This is
used to prove that the component part can operate safely at its rated
voltage and withstand momentary overpotentials due to switching, surges,
and other similar phenomena.
Dielectric withstanding voltage testing is specified
in the following:
MILT27,
MILSTD202, MILJ641, MILI983, MILSTD1344, MILSTD3885, MILT7743,
MILT7928, MILC8384, MILF8615, MILS8805, MILM10304, MILC11015,
MILR11050, MILI11804, MILC12889, MILR12934, MILC13486, MILC14409,
MILR15109, MILC15305, MILC15514, MILP15736, MILS15743, MILS16036,
MILF16377, MILB16392, MILE16400, MILW16878, MILS17000, MILM17060,
MILT17275, MILT17301, MILV17361, MILF18327, MILR18546, MILM19097,
MILM19160, MILH19760, MILR19648, MILS20708, MILC21097, MILR21098,
MILT21609, MILH22594, MILB23071, MILC23200, MILA23806, MILL23886,
MILP23928, MILP24041, MILC24095, MILC24166, MILP24423, MILE39029,
MILS008834, MILT0014358, UL
7191668, UL427, UL471, UL560, UL583, UL588, UL606, PD 61150076
