uActivate Automotive Circuit Break Out Box Tester

Price: $199.00
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Manufacturer Description

What makes the uActivate so amazing? With only one connection to the circuit you can do a multitude of circuit tests. Think of it as the ultimate circuit breakout box! What does the uActivate do? With your DMM or lab scope, and an amp probe, you can perform voltage, current, and resistance tests via one physical connection to the circuit. In other words, it makes it easy to do full electrical performance testing of a circuit. How does the uActivate connect to the circuit? The uActivate connects in series to the circuit via the: • Relay socket • Fuse • Connector Will the uActivate activate the circuit or the relay? It activates the circuit! First connect to the circuit by removing the relay and connecting the uActivate into the relay socket. Second, flip the switch on the front panel of the uActivate to activate the circuit. Monitor the control signal of the relay by watching the LED located above the switch on the uActivate front panel. It does not test relays. Jorge from AESwave.com says, "If you have to replace a relay it is important to also test the circuit. Sometimes, testing a relay is best done by testing the circuit - if the circuit is good then perhaps the relay is bad. How does the uActivate connect to a DMM or Lab Scope? With one connection to the circuit, the uActivate lets you can obtain voltage and current measurements. For voltage measurements, insert your DMM or lab scope test leads into the test ports: - Banana Sockets (on top panel) access circuit wires that connect to relay contact (30 and 87). - Pin Sockets (on front panel) access the relay coil - relay control wires (85 and 87). For current measurements, clamp an amp probe around the 'current loop' located at the bottom of the uActivate. The 'current loop' is in series with the switch

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