New FirstLook™ Automotive Engine Diagnostics Sensor tests
We believe in fast and efficient non-invasive diagnostic testing. As such, we are releasing 3 additional FirstLook™ Automotive Engine Diagnostics Sensor guided tests.
The expanded set of tests help you capture exhaust, inlet, (gasoline multi-point injection) fuel rail and crankcase pressure pulsation waveforms, which are especially useful for the rapid diagnosis of misfires, compression losses due to piston blow-by, blocked injectors, or exhaust and inlet and valve issues. By also capturing an ignition reference source, the tests allow you to pinpoint the problematic cylinder.
|Intake manifold pressure pulsations during running: the purpose of this test is to assess the engine condition by using the FirstLook™ sensor to observe intake manifold pressure pulsations during running.|
Crankcase pressure pulsations during cranking: the purpose of this test is to assess the engine condition by using the FirstLook™ sensor to observe crankcase pressure pulsations during cranking.
|Crankcase pressure pulsations during running: The purpose of this test is to assess the engine condition by using the FirstLook™ sensor to observe crankcase pressure pulsations during running.|
These new tests add to and complement the existing, recently updated and released, tests:
- Exhaust pulsation during cranking.
- Exhaust pulsation during idle.
- Intake manifold pulsation during cranking.
- Fuel pressure regulator vacuum pulsation during idle.
Updated WPS500X pressure sensor tests
As part of our ongoing refurbishment of all our guided tests, we are releasing 2 x updated WPS500X pressure sensor guided tests:
The two updated tests help you to diagnose low pressure, vacuum-type, fuel supply faults and back-leakage issues with common rail diesel solenoid injectors:
Common rail diesel solenoid injector back-leakage: the purpose of this test is to use the WPS500X pressure transducer to measure and compare Common Rail Diesel (CRD) solenoid injector back-leakage pressure pulsations within a low-pressure fuel return system.
Fuel pressure - negative priming (diesel): the purpose of this test is to verify the integrity of a fuel supply system (vacuum type) by checking its ability to create and maintain negative pressure (i.e. a pressure below atmospheric pressure).
Please note: These Guided tests are being rolled out in PicoScope Automotive and will be available in the upcoming release of PicoScope 7 Automotive beta.