The EXP-1000HD analyzer from Midtronics was created specifically for the heavy-duty commercial fleet market, the company explains. It uses new battery-testing technology and was designed for maximum flexibility.
Specific features for commercial-fleet maintenance include battery-pack testing; multiple-battery routines for up to 6 batteries; special commercial battery algorithms for Group 31 batteries; and application-specific test parameters for system and cable-drop testing.
There’s also a DMM function for advanced diagnostics and enhanced communications capabilities; an advanced user interface; and program management tools
The analyzer’s ‘dynamic conductance battery-testing technology combines direct temperature measurement with deep scanning to improve accuracy and decisiveness.
There’s also an IR printer option and a data card reader/writer for future upgrades.
Program management tools include a user ID system to help drive and manage product use, plus an enhanced counters report testing data, including lifetime use, results dispersion, and number of tests by user ID.
Applications include 6- and 12-volt HD-commercial, automotive, and marine battery testing (including AGM batteries) plus 12- and 24-volt charging-system diagnostics.
Power requirements: 6 AA alkaline batteries.
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