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تستر پاور کامپیوتر Power Supply Tester

تستر پاور کامپیوتر Power Supply Tester
تستر پاور کامپیوتر Power Supply Tester
تستر پاور کامپیوتر Power Supply Tester
تستر پاور کامپیوتر Power Supply Tester

تستر پاور کامپیوتر Power Supply Tester

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معرفی

با این دستگاه می توان تست دقیق ولتاژ پاور را انجام داد. به این صورت که ولتاژ 12 و 5 و 3.3 پاور را به صورت دقیق چک می کند و تعمیر کار دقیقا متوجه عیب پاور خواهد شد. این دستگاه دارای کیفیت ساخت بالایی است و انواع سوکت برق 8 پین ، 6 پین ، برق فلاپی ، 24 پین ، برق ساتا و برق IDE را چک می کند. با این تستر پاور دیجیتال می توان تست دقیق ولتاژ پاور را انجام داد. به این صورت که ولتاژ 12 و 5 و 3.3 پاور را به صورت دقیق چک می کند و تعمیرکار دقیقا متوجه عیب پاور خواهد شد. این تستر پاور جهت تشخیص و اندازه گیری ولتاژهای خروجی پاور کامپیوتر مورد استفاده قرار می گیرد. اگر در هنگام اسمبل کردن سیستم و یا هنگام تعمیرات از سالم بودن پاور مطمئن نباشید احتمال سوختن قطعات اصلی کامپیوتر وجود داشته و همانگونه که مطلع هستید خرابی در اثر ولتاژهای خارج از استاندارد باعث از بین رفتن گارانتی قطعات می گردد. این عیب یاب پاور دیجیتال یکی از ملزومات وسایل مورد نیاز تعمیرکاران کامپیوتر است که اکثر مهندسان حرفه ای آن را توصیه می کنند.

Introduction

This 20+4 pin PSU Power supply tester with LCD digital readout is a powerful tool for testing your PC’s power supply. This tester is compatible with ATX, BTX, and ITX motherboard configurations and will help you avoid expensive damage to your computer. This unit is capable of testing multiple connectors: both 20- and 24-pin power supplies, SATA power, Pentium 4 power connectors, 6-pin PCI-Express power connectors, 8-pin CPU connectors, floppy drive connectors, and standard 4-pin power supply connectors. Equipped with four alarms, this tester will alert you of lower or higher P.G. values, lower voltage, over-voltage, and no voltage. Its robust design is made to last and is suitable for both the ambitious hobby user or the specialized tradesman.

WARNING: This product is solely designed for power supply output tests. Do not leave it connected to the power supply while unattended. It will generate heat and could possibly damage your power supply. Do not plug two connectors into the tester at the same time except as detailed above in bold.

NOTE: If your power supply tester produces a constant beep and the 12V2 indicates "LL," this does not indicate that your power supply or the tester is defective. Instead, it means the 2nd 12-volt rail is not detected. This could be caused by two things: either you are testing a power supply that does not have a 2nd 12-volt rail or you have not plugged in a connector carrying the 2nd 12-volt rail. PCI Express, 4-pin P4, and 8-pin motherboard connectors should all use the 2nd 12-volt rail. When plugged into the tester, the "LL" indication and beeping noise should cease.
The item is an LCD power supply tester.
It can test your power supply and avoid damage to your expensive computer equipment with this power supply tester.
The device is suitable for the ambitious hobby user, as well as for a quick functional check in a specialized trade.

Specification

Housing material: Plastic
Support 24Pin, ATX 20Pin interface
Support SATA interface
Support 8Pin, 4Pin interface
Support PCI-E graphics 6Pin interface
Support the floppy disk interface
Support ATE hard disk interface
Housing material: Plastic
LCD indicates the status of voltage
The power supply tester is a robust voltage tester for PC-power supplies: ATX, BTX, and ITX compliant power supplies can be tested.
Simple and easy to use, no batteries are needed. Connect to the power supply's 20-pin Molex connector.
Equipped with +3.3V, +5V, +VSB, -5V, -12V and +12V leads for monitoring voltage output.
Test voltage: 3.3V, -12V, 12V1, 12V2 + 5 VSB, + 5V, and PG time
Size: approx. 126 x 64 x 18.5mm/4.96 x 2.51 x 0.72 inch

Instruction

1. Plug power supply 24 PIN and P4, P6 or P8 into the corresponding jack of the power test suite.
2. Power on the supply of power will hear the "DuDu" ring, if no flicker then the power supply output voltage is normal.
3. If a certain voltage signal was not detected, or the detected voltage value over the normal, will issue a "DuDu" long buzzer; if the corresponding voltage value or PG flicker too, then the power is failed.