g. Test Lead Jacks. These are standard banana jacks. Two are for the meter
input and two are for the current source. These are arranged to allow connection of a set
of Kelvin cables which you may leave connected for all tests without damaging the
analyzer. The current source is only connected internally for resistance measurements, so
it will not interfere with leakage current measurements even though the cables are
connected to the current source jacks. For two terminal resistance measurements, the
current source is internally connected to the external meter jacks instead of current jacks.
All the test lead jacks are protected against the accidental application of line voltage.
h. Electrocardiograph Binding Posts. Five universal binding posts accept 3.2
millimeters (mm) or 4mm pins or disposable snap ECG electrodes.
i. Power Requirements. The power requirements are 117vac at 15a 50-60Hz or
230vac at 6a 50-60Hz. A detachable hospital power cord is supplied. The unit by itself
uses very little power (<100ma). The 15a rating is for equipment under test plugged into
the test receptacle. See paragraph 1-4 for instructions for setting line voltage.
CONTROLS, INDICATORS, AND CONNECTORS
Figure 1-2 shows front and top panel controls, indicators, and connectors of the
232M. Use this figure to locate those items that are described in the following paragraphs.
Figure 1-2. Safety analyzer front panel.