Inability to start a withstanding test

QWhen I try to start the test, measurement does not start.


The instrument will not make measurements or judgments until the actual output voltage reaches the set test voltage. Depending on the device being tested, it may take some time for the test voltage to be reached. For example, if there is capacitance, it may take time for the test voltage to be reached due to the time constant, which is determined by the capacitance and resistance values. With high resistance, the time constant for the measurement circuit may cause it to take some time for measured values to be displayed.