Delco-Remy unveils hand-held electrical systems analyzer
January 1, 2004
Delco Remy has introduced a hand-held systems organizer that allows fleets and service technicians to diagnose a range of potential starting and charging system issues.The Delco Remy Intelli-Check2 Sy...
Delco Remy has introduced a hand-held systems organizer that allows fleets and service technicians to diagnose a range of potential starting and charging system issues.
The Delco Remy Intelli-Check2 Systems Analyzer, available through North American distributors, is an all-in-one, hand-held digital testing unit that provides performance data for heavy duty alternators and batteries and measures voltage drop on multiple circuits, a leading source of electrical system problems and related vehicle downtime.
The microprocessor-controlled tool also allows service technicians to save and retrieve the data from up to 200 systems tests.
The system is offered individually or in a complete systems analysis kit containing the hand-held tester, compact infrared printer, computer adapter, and 45-foot lead kit.
The company claims that the tester enables users to detect “virtually any performance-related alternator issue, including overcharge, undercharge and partial-charge status and diode/stator phase failure. The tester also performs a complete electronic and load-test evaluation of heavy-duty batteries without the need to first recharge the batteries.
The unit’s voltage drop tester measure cable voltage drop to TMC specifications and is engineered for use with starter, alternator and control/mag switch circuits.
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