FF310 FaultFinder Used to Trace Short Circuit in Car

This video shows an FF310 FaultFinder being used to trace a short circuit in a 1995 Honda Civic Coupe. The FF310T (transmitter) is connected to the circuit via the (included) fuse socket connectors, and the FF310R (receiver) is used to track the wire through the interior panels, into the trunk (boot). 

FF310 FaultFinder: Electrical and Electronic Circuits Detector and Tracer 42V Ready

Following on the success of the FF300 FaultFinder, General Technologies Corp., introduces the model FF310 FaultFinder, circuit detector and tracer specially designed for the necessities of the automotive repair industry. The FF310 is an improved version of the FF300, with a new ergonomic and attractive styling. However the differences with the older model, are more than skin deep. The FF310 uses an encoded signal to trace open and shorts to enhance noise rejection, and therefore false detections, it also has an wider voltage operating range from 6 to 42 Volt DC, and improved detection range for open circuits. Locate short circuits, open connections, broken wires, current leaks and even trace wires: Now with the FF310 you can do all these tasks quickly and easily spending only a fraction of the time and effort required when compared to conventional methods. In most cases, you will even be able to locate the problem area without having to untie harnesses, open conduits or remove panels. Multiple applications: this professional tool, from General Technologies Corp., will work on all electrical circuits with voltages between 6 and 42 Volt DC. With its wide working voltage range, automatic open/short detection, flexible probe and adjustable sensitivity, the …

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