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In this Test Evan Basabe talks about how to Test a Canister Purge Control Valve on a Vehicle using the Bartol Mag-Probe
The Bartol Mag-Probe will separate electrical from mechanical problems in seconds on purge control valves.
Effective tool for reducing downtime when trouble shooting purge control valves,electrical systems with solenoid valves, relays or coils. The Mag-Probe can be used in any environment. In Clean Rooms, Explosive environments, Underwater, temperatures ranging from -80°F to 180° F, in a Vacuum. It can also be used on the some of the smallest relays in the world down to 1 gauss and the largest solenoid valves using the de-sensitizing shield to block over lapping fields. It has a shelf life of 10 years and will identify North and South Poles on any magnet. It also comes with a test magnet to make sure the tester is working correctly. There are unlimited applications for the Mag-Probe. When the light comes on you know you have the presense of current, continuity, and voltage in one quick test and will work while equipment is operational, safety permitting. Great for quickly determining which direction to go in when you are trouble shooting electrical coils, solenoid valves, relays and/or anything that has an electrically energized coil or winding.
This Channel explains how the Bartol MagProbe tests Electrically Operated Solenoid Valves and Relays 99% faster than a Voltmeter. We will be discussing all the different applications of the Bartol MagProbe, including purge control valves and the amount of time it saves the technicians and all the different environments it can be used in. The MagProbe will allow many of the MagProbe users to get their money back on the first test.
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