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Launch X-431 S2-2 Sensorsimulator and tester

Sku: X-431 S2-2

1-3 days delivery

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S2-2 Sensorbox is specially developed for diagnosing/simulating sensor faults. It mainly includes “Sensor”, “ Actuator”, “Defined/Drawn”, “Timing Waveform“ and “ multimeter”.

  • Sensor: Is used to simulate the input signals of the automobile electronic control system, and the automobile computer adjusts the running state of the engine according to these parameters.
  • Actuator: Is used to simulate the output control signal of automobile electronic control system, so as to judge the working conditions of automobile actuators such as idle motor, EGR solenoid valve, etc.
  • Multimeter: Through this function, users can test voltage, resistance, and capacitance.

The module cannot be used separately, it only works as accessory for LAUNCH X-431 EURO TAB2 diagnostic tools.

Price: £449.99

SKU: X-431 S2-2. Categories: , . Tag: .
 

Description

Technical Parameters

Sensor module:
Parameter: Range
Number of channels: 2
Precision: 1 %
Amplitude range: 0 – 20 V
Max output current: 20 mA
Predefined frequency range: 0 – 20 kHz
Square wave signal pulse frequency: 0 – 15 kHz
Square wave signal duty cycle: 0 – 100 %
Power supply: Simulator sensor output/max current 20mA (output is powered by battery) – Drive solenoid, ignition coil/output current 2A (external power supply)
USB: USB2.0 Type B (with charging and power supply function/5V)
DC voltage simulation: Support
Fixed frequency simulation: Support
Predefined waveform simulation: Support
Hand-drawn waveform simulation: Support
Signal generator interface: 2
External power supply port: 1
Solenoid interface: 1
Multimeter interface: 2
Working temperature: 0 °C – 50 °C
Storage temperature: -30 °C – 70 °C

Multimeter:
Parameter: Range
DC voltage: 0 V – 700 V
AC voltage: 0 V – 700 V
Resistance: 0 Ω – 40 MΩ
Capacitance: 0 F – 100 µF (maximum 30 s measurement time)
Diode: 0 V – 1,5 V
Continuity detection: Sounds below 30 Ω

Defined

  • Waveform: There are 9 waveforms to choose; Forward sine wave, reverse sine wave, forward square wave, reverse square wave, medium voltage, straight line, high / low voltage straight line, triangle wave, and trapezoidal wave.
  • Frequency: Set the frequency of the selected waveform.
  • Amplitude: Set the amplitude of the selected waveform.
  • Offset: Set the offset of the selected waveform.
  • Phase: Set the phase of the selected waveform.
  • Duty cycle: Set the duty cycle of the selected waveform.
  • Signal sync: Can cause CH1 and CH2 to output signals at the same time.

Hand-drawn

  • Total frame: 1-3 (optional). Indicate the total number of output points
  • Generally, one waveform is composed of 100 points. The values 1-3 indicate that you can select 100, 200, or 300 points to form a waveform.
  • Edit frame: You can edit a single frame or edit all
  • Waveform: You can select a preset waveform and place it in the hand-drawing area
  • Frequency: Frequency of a single frame (for 3-frame output, the total frequency is the set frequency/3)
  • Amplitude: Amplitude of the output waveform
  • Offset: Offset of the output waveform

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