Application: Use for locating and isolating shorted circuit of wiring harnesses in the vehicle.
1.50W Halogen bulb
2.Equipped with 2 female banana sockets (red and black) output
3.Normally Open (N.O.) push button switch
4.Magnetic base which stick to any iron based material and will not fall easily.
5.Lamp can be manually panned and tilted from 0 deg. to 270 deg. to suit your angle of display.
Have you ever had difficulty
in isolating the wire that leads to the shorted component from a bundle of
wires in the wiring harnesses?
Now with this 50W Short Circuit Indicator Lamp, you can trace the
short circuit fast, easily and simple by connecting it to the blown fuse socket
(this will act as a fuse and never blows) and it will light up brightly. Then
unplug each individual connector at the harnesses until you find this 50W indicator
lamp or beeper sound goes off. At this juncture you will know exactly that one
of the wires at the connector that causes the power to go off when disconnected
is leading to the shorted component.
Besides this indicator lamp can be used as a spotlight to work
during the night or in dark and dim environment in the course of engine repair
or diagnosis work.
used on Fault Finding Short to Ground Circuit
How to use:
1. Connect the 50W Indicator lamp to the blown fuse socket (in
place of the Fuse) in the fuse box. Then insert the original fuse taken from
the fuse box to the Fuse Adapter slot.
the ignition key ON (accessories ON), the 50W lamp will illuminate. Notice the brightness
of the lamp. If the lamp is very bright it indicates a short. Under normal
circumstance, the lamp will bright dim.
3. While the lamp is lighted, disconnect the
connector individually from the wiring harnesses to isolate the short. If the lamp goes OFF after the connector
has been disconnected, then the problem lies with one of the wires within the
connector.To verify the problem, plug the
connector back and with the lamp stays ON, trace the specific wires that leads
to the circuit which believed to be SHORTED TO GROUND and disconnect the
connector to see if the lamp goes OFF. If it does, you have just found the