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Complete 6-way breakout lead kit

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Pico’s 6-way Universal Breakout Lead Kit (Complete) work with any vehicle reducing the need to use system specific breakout leads.

The breakout leads are available with 4 different sizes of connectors allowing you to connect to virtually any sensor in the engine compartment — of any vehicle — using just 4 leads. Never again will you need to search your workshop for that expensive vehicle/sensor specific lead.

Connector sizes:
- Micro: 0.6 mm (Green)
- Small: 1.5 mm (Yellow)
- Medium: 2.3 mm (Blue)
- Large: 2.8 mm (Black)

Light and Long: Each breakout lead ranges in lengths from approx. 14.5 to 16.5 inches (370 to 420 mm)

Easy to Use
Connect the breakout lead into the existing cable loom.  Then, to read voltage from the numerous sensors in the engine compartment connect your lab scope test leads to the breakout lead.

Typical Uses
Any measurement taken is only as good as the connection you make to the device under test. The 6-way universal break out leads will connect to a multitude of vehicle components regardless of connector arrangement. This will ensure you have a 100% successful connection, removing any doubt from your test results. A broadband oxygen sensor test is a typical example where multiple measurements are required for both voltage and current. The 4mm banana terminals introduce a simple and secure voltage measurement point for your test lead, while a current clamp can be applied to any break out lead to monitor current. The break out leads can also confirm the integrity of the harness/component “terminal tension” by inspecting for “grip” of the breakout lead terminal inside the vehicle connector.

Inspection of terminal pin contact for any matching connector

O2 sensor measurements for voltage and current (Including broadband)

Actuator measurements for voltage and current

Sensor measurements for voltage and feedback

“Open” and “Short” tests of circuits  

These leads are designed to be used by experienced/professional automotive vehicle technicians who understand the implications of incorrect use. Only you are responsibile for any damage caused through incorrect use. 

Use wiring diagrams or other reliable information sources to identify the signal pins.

It may be possible to cause a short circuit to the oscilloscope unit if incorrect connections are made! A short circuit could seriously damage the unit and will require it to be repaired at your own cost.

Ensure the ignition is switched off before removing any multiplugs.

On removal of a multiplug keep the plug straight — do not twist the plug out of alignment with its mating partner.

Always connect both the male and female terminals.

The component-only terminals may be connected if carrying out a resistance test. Ensure the ignition is switched off during the test.

Ensure each colour-matched pair of wires in the test lead is used to connect matching terminals in the male and female plugs.

Never partially connect the test leads.

Always ensure that the terminals are correctly located.

Keep test leads aways from hot components, such as the exhaust system.

Keep test leads away from moving parts, such as the alternator drive belt.

Keep test leads away from electrical cooling fans.



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