[ Insulation resistance ]
It shows the resistance value to apply regulatory DC voltage between specified terminals.
[ Withstand Voltage ]
It is a voltage without having spark discharges or causing no damage to the power supplies as AC voltage is applied between certain terminals. When it comes to withstand voltage testing, the applied voltage must be raised slowly starting 0V, the voltage needs to be applied using a zero-cross switch.
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