Automotive Small LED Pen Tester / Automotive Electric-Magnetic Faults Indicator / detectorDelivery term:The date of payment from buyers deliver within days
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4F, No. 53 Juyuanzhou, Jinshan Development District, Fuzhou, Fujian, China (350002)
1. Release the end cap latch and slide out the battery compartment cover.
2. Insert two AAA batteries with reference to the correct polarity.
3. Replace the battery compartment cover, and make sure it is securely latched onto the tester.
An instrument for checking magnetism that is easy to use with no metallic contact.
Same Examples Of Magnet Stick Use:
Testing operating solenoid valves in pneumatic and hydraulic control equipment.
Testing relays with coils and electrically controlled solenoid valves in all types of vehicles and machines.
Testing solenoid valves when servicing oil burners.The test lamp lights immediately and without metallic contact where there is a magnetic field, e.g. an activated coil in a solenoid valve. The test lamp responds to all types of magnetic fields – from alternating current and direct current to permanent magnets.
Instructions For Magnet Stick Use:
First check the batteries according to the “Function Check” instructions below.
Just touch the test object with the Magnetic Stick probe. If the test lamp lights, the object exhibits a magnetic field.
It is not necessary to stop the machine or the equipment in order to carry out the test.
Sometimes stray magnetic fields from other nearby equipment may cause the test lamp to blink momentarily. Close to an activated magnetic coil, the test lamp will give a fixed light.
Function Check For Magnet Stick:
Unscrew the test magnet (on the instrument cap), and move it to the probe, the test lamp should light. If the test lamp does not light, change the batteries.
Press the button to turn the flashlight on. Loosen the button to turn the flashlight off.
- FOB Port: Fuzhou
- Lead Time: 40 - 50 days
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