Friday, June 18, 2010

AN AMAZING Circuit Tester


Back in 1989, General Technologies unveiled a new, computer safe, all solid state electronics circuit tester . Unlike regular test lights, this high-impedance circuit tester is safe to use around automotive computers, electronics, ecm’s, sensors and air bags. It requires no wire or clip connector to ground. Rugged, built to last and simple to use on automobiles, trucks, trailers, RV’s, motorcycles, boats and any DC powered circuit from 3 to 28 volts. The tester allows users to run a test in less time that it takes to set-up a regular test light on a suitable ground.

I use it all the time in fixing electricals on my bike (s)...where I find it particularly useful is in detecting a hot wire...and the fact that I don't need a ground wire. Basically, it functions like a test light but grounds through your body...that's why you don't need to have a ground wire...so let's say you are hooking a up a radio or an extra light on the bike...all you have to do is touch a piece of metal on the bike (This becomes your ground) and test the wires or connectors with the probes...if there is juice in that wire, the tester will beep and the LED will flash... if there's no current/voltage in that wire...it simply won't do anything...it speeds things up in diagnostic work.

This circuit tester is still as popular today as it was back then...and can be picked up at any auto parts store...Check full details here

16 comments:

bobskoot said...

Baron:

If the price isn't exhorbitant, I would like one, preferrably in PINK. I love gadgets

bob
Wet Coast Scootin

Nikos said...

me too,BUT NOT PINK!

bdbetty said...

Glad to see you are still around - was wondering what had happened to you

bobskoot said...

Baron:

TY,GIT

bob
Wet Coast Scootin

Torch said...

I'll definately pick one up the next time I run across one. Thanks for the tip.

Ride on
Torch

Dave and Deb said...

We don't own a bike, but we are doing the Mongol Rally next year in a small car. Looks like this circuit tester will come in handy for us as we drive from London to Mongolia.

mq01 said...

knock knock :) anyone home? i miss you baron...

bobskoot said...

Baron:

Knock, knock, too . . . Hope you are OKay

bob
Wet Coast Scootin

Anna said...

Hey Baron! Are you okay!
Hope all is well, please come back, missing your funny posts. Anna :)

x said...

hey, i just read your comment on my blog and felt like reaching out. will you mail me your email id at arunesh1d@gmail.com and i shall tell you about my other blogs. den 'maybe we can have lunch together.'* [*Robert Christgau on his bias for The Rolling Stones] Sho' would like to know yew better, or is it the fact that yew have a grand daughter that makes me curious :)

in any case, thnx, t'was a nice comment and it made me feel like reaching out.

PS: relax about the which religion to shower blessings (which as a true bike-nut, i am at such a deficit...) as the last religion i followed was the pentecostal church on account of me mum (God rest her soul).

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

Hey Baron

Just stopping by to see if you are OK. Hope all is well with you.

A Lady's Life said...

Baron - have you been circuit testing again??? Hmmmm?

PrinceBaro said...

This is a Great Product!
6 out of 6 stars.

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