DOWNTIME NIGHTMARE TEST IN THE AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY
The profits generated by reduced troubleshooting time make the Mag-Probe the obvious choice for a CEO, President or Owner, of any service or manufacturing company. Why? Because typically the return on your Mag-Probe investment will be one test. The Mag-Probe is guaranteed to conduct 5,000 five second operations. So after the first test, you can begin recovering your investment. NOT BAD SINCE YOU WILL HAVE 4,999 MORE TESTS AVAILABLE. Below is an example of a downtime nightmare test.
An aircraft mechanics worst nightmare is to get a call from the flight crew that they can hear a relay cycling on and off (click…click…click….)
Not only is it hard to figure out which side of the cockpit it is coming from, it takes a great deal of time to pick the bad relay out of a panel that has 30 or more relays. We have all been burned by the “touch” method; you could swear that you feel the relay actuating, but you pull the tiny screws holding the relay to the socket, remove the relay, only to find that was not the correct one… (click…click…click….)
Enter the Mag-Probe… Since this tiny device senses magnetic fields, it will find your cycling relay in no time flat! Simply pass it along the row of relays and when it starts lighting up with the clicks you hear, you have found your cycling relay without dropping those tiny screws down into the abyss of the circuit breaker panel…. Now you can get right to work on finding out why that relay is cycling!
DOWNTIME NIGHTMARE TEST IN THE AIRCRAFT INDUSTR Technical Supervisor at Southwest Airlines
Dallas/Fort Worth Area
finding a clicking relay among a panel
of relays is the most difficult task you
will conduct when using a voltmeter.
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