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ARMATURE FAULT LOCATOR
• Low volume version of S051-0914
• Armature is manually spun
• Test time is about 4 seconds after set up
• Test all size armatures, (special tooling may be required)
• Finds opens, bad connections, shorts, improperly twisted hairpins and low torque high draw armatures before assembly
• Operation Manual included with simple instruc tions, reading meanings & usage for maximum quality and salvageability.
• For small & medium size shops
Power: 110 Volts, 60 CPS
Size: 13”x 14”x 21”
Weight: 65 lbs.
1 J201-8022-LS: Oscilloscope-to determine specifically what is wrong with the armature like opens, shorts, bad connections etc.
2 S051-0934-2 220 Volt, 50 Hz version
3 S051-0934-T Special Tooling per application, sample required
|FIND LOW TORQUE & HIGH AMP ARMATURES
BEFORE FINAL TESTING.
PRODUCTION ARMATURE ANALYZER
• Grade armatures to match to field coils for maximum usage of your salvage, while still maintaining torque
• Test armatures from 5MT to 50MT
• Compare armatures to OEM in less than 4 seconds
• For medium & large shops interested in producing a continuous level of quality.
• Supplied with Oscilloscope to indicate shorts, opens and bad connections, allowing you the ability to repair & retest
• Complete with illustrated instructions including sample oscilloscope test patterns and recommended usage based on test findings
• Full one year quarantee on all electronics
Power: 110 Volt, 60 CPS, 10 Amp
Size: 14”H X 36”W x 24”D
Weight: 165 lbs.
S051-0914-2: 220 Volt, 50 Hz version
S051-0914-CSA: Chrysler Shaft Adapter
S051-0914-T: Tooling for special armatures, applications and samples required
Why Use The Armature Core Analyzer Before Rewinding?
This test will allow you to compare your lamination stack and shaft assemblies' steel magnetic capabilities to OEM material or to your own "in house" generated standard. This tester is designed to give you a constant source of equal magnetic strength lamination stacks and shafts, so that you will know the torque of the armature before you waste the time and money winding an armature that will not pass your final load test for high amps and/or low torque.