Lab Scope Voltage & Current Testing

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DatesWednesday, April 28 - Thursday, April 29 Add to Calendar
Time5:30pm to 7pm Each Evening - Pacific Time

InstructorWally Mouradian & Rick Kelley
ContactHeather Lezon (800) 233-3182 Ext. 325

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What this webinar is about...

OEM flowcharts are linear documents that focus on open circuit testing. This process takes too long, but it can also be misleading because faults don’t always show up under flowchart testing conditions. That’s what the Lab Scope offers – a way to measure actual circuit activity under actual operating conditions.

This webinar is designed to challenge experienced Lab Scope users with new techniques and tips to leverage the power of Lab Scopes. However, even new Lab Scope users will get what they need to take those first steps. The presentation is based on real-world examples, including:

  • The best diagnostic processes
  • Lab Scope setup, including probes & adapters
  • Ignition system waveforms, including different ignition system configurations
  • Specific tests based on sensor or actuator type
  • Common setup errors that limit results for experienced techs and discourage first time users
  • Pressure & vacuum transducer use

Attend this webinar to get the most out of your tools, learn new time saving combination tests, and find strategies for quickly pinpointing elusive faults. Additionally, this course is designed to leave you with a much better understanding of circuit construction, current flow, and voltage drop. These skills will help you create better tests, choose better test locations, and make better decisions based on test results.

Optional Manual
This webinar is based on the optional 284-page ATG manual It includes examples and explanations that help you reproduce the webinar tests and results back in the shop.

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