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Computer Safe Logistic Probe

Computer Safe Logistic Probe

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Features:

  • Quickly tests high and low voltages on all vehicle circuits, including computerized engine and body controls
  • Tests power and ground voltages
  • Bright red and green LEDs interpret voltage signals such as ground, power and frequency
  • Computer safe, drawing less than 7 milliamps
  • Works on 6, 12 and 24 volt systems
  • Recoil lead wire able to reach 10 feet
  • Heavy gauge color coded battery clips

W2991 Performance Tool Computer Safe Logistic Probe



W2991 Computer Safe Logistic Probe

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Video Transcript for Performance Tool Wiring - Tools for Wiring - PTW2991 Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the performance tool computer safe logistic probe. It's going to feature a computer safe design drawing less then 7 mil amps. It will test high and low voltages on all vehicle circuits including computerized engine and body controls. It's going to feature a bright red and green LED. It's going to interpret voltage signals such as ground, power, and frequency. This system is designed to work on 6, 12, and 24 volt systems.

The test probe, that's this portion right here, that's going to measure pretty close to 3 and 3/16 of an inch, right around that area, 3 and 1/8. It's also going to come with your heavy gauge color coded battery clips. A really nice design, easy grip design on those. When the coiled cable or cord is fully stretched out it's going to be able to reach up to 10 feet. When you're ready to use or connect the probe what you'll need to do is you'll need to connect the probe clips to the vehicle's battery. The red clip, again, it's color coded so that's going to go to the positive terminal.

The black clip goes to the negative terminal. You'll need to turn the power on to the component or circuit being tested. Keep in mind the ignition may need to be in on or accessory position. In some cases the engine may need to be running. All you have to do is touch the components circuit wire with the probe's tip.

The LED will glow red if positive source is probed, or green if a negative source is probed. That tip right here, it's going to measure about 3 and 3/16 of an inch long and it's insulated. If the LED does not glow at all the probe may not be making contact with the wire. The wire or the component maybe faulty. Power may not be reaching the circuit or the circuit may not be properly grounded. That's going to do it for today's look at the performance tool computer safe logistic probe.


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