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(AES# pt-PP968)

(AES# pt-PQ030)

(AES# RD-95-0171)

HD PowerSmoke offers the following:
• OEM Approved
• Specifically for HEAVY DUTY
• Variable Pressure | Variable Flow
• Utilizes adjustable test pressure from 2 to 20+ PSI (0.14 to 1.4+BAR)
• Compact, rugged design is built up of professional grade steel and billet aluminum
• Runs on shop air and 110-250V AC or 12V DC
• Over 40X Typical EVAP pressure
• Runs on Compressed Air
• Powered by 110-250 VAC or 12 VDC
• Free of Dyes & other Contaminants
• 2 - 20+ PSI Range
• Performs Decay/Leak Down Tests
• Only 19 lbs


(AES# B-1699500000)


(AES# 16-202-Mcase)

The AES Fuse Amp Loop with Voltage Tap makes it easy to capture current and voltage waveforms right at the fuse socket!

It fits slotted and unslotted MCASE, as well as Eaton FMS cartridge fuses

Use it with your favorite amp clamp, DMM or ideally, a lab scope.

Did you know that a current waveform at the fuse will potentially show the current load of all active components? By monitoring the voltage and the current together you can see how the current load might create a voltage drop in the circuit that feeds power to the fuse.

The AES Fuse Amp Loop with Voltage Tap takes testing at the fuse socket to the next level with unique features:

1. Long loop – An extra-long loop made from highly flexible wire makes it easy to reposition your amp probe to a safe location/position. For example, when working under the hood and wanting to go on a test drive.

2. Voltage Tap – The voltage tap is a short pig tail terminated to a 4mm banana socket which provides a secure test lead connection to monitor the voltage at the fuse terminal. Capturing voltage and current simultaneously can provide very important information for diagnostics!

3. Blown Fuse Indicator LED - know with a glance if the fuse is blown!

4. Reduced bulk – Reduced bulk at fuse blades for tight fits.

(AES# ATG-204)

The following pages show our solution to the problem of identifying fuel flow, pressure, and purposes. Very few graphics of this type are available in service information, and none clearly describe the expected conditions like we do.