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10 new products for your T&M needs

04 Nov 2015  | Martin Rowe and Susan Nordyk

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Cable tester

CableEye cable tester, Cami Research

Cami Research has added a tolerancing function to the graphical user interface of its CableEye series of PC-based cable and harness testing systems that allows users to set asymmetric tolerances for resistance measurements with either absolute or percentage parameters. This graphic-rich GUI is employed in all CableEye low-voltage and high-voltage test systems and is part of the standard software that ships with each system.

With CableEye software, test results are displayed instantaneously as a netlist and schematic in the dynamic GUI and can be hidden from an operator who needs only pass/fail indicators. Offering a choice of seven languages, CableEye software also helps customers meet the reporting requirements of government-contracted and ISO 9000-certified companies.

Prices for CableEye testers capable of measuring resistance start at $2195. Basic continuity testers start at $1295. All new systems include a renewable one-year warranty that is combined with free technical support and free software upgrades.


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