HK1500 – All Makes EUI & EUP Test Series
The Series HK1500 Product Family allows workshops to test Electronic Unit Injectors and Pumps (EUI & EUP) in conjunction with the AVM2-PC.
This product has been enhanced from the successful HK870 cambox, using the experience gained from 7 years of production to develop the HK1500 product range of Delphi EUP and E3 today, and an expending platform providing the capability for further new applications in the future.
Utilising application-specific changeable cams, the cambox system, when combined with the new dual solenoid controller and the range of solenoid and piezo amplifiers, accurately replicates real-life operating conditions for better results. In addition, it gauges injector response time and when combine with theload cell add-on, will determine peak internal injection pressure. This means that the HK1500 system provides the most detailed information available on an EUI’s internal condition, allowing accurate and cost effective diagnosis and repair.
The HK1500 is and enhancement for the AVM2-PC allowing EUI/EUP testing.
Hardware consists of:
- HK1500 Rack Enclosure kit
- HK1502 Base Cambox inc. overload protection
- Load cell for peak pressure measurement
- Dual Solenoid controller
- Range of Solenoid and Piezo amplifiers
- vehicle Specific Application Kits including cams
- Vehicle Specific Load Cell Kits
- Various Tools and Accessories
|Figure 1 HK1500|
The HK1500 is controlled through magmahplus software and interfaces:
- Regular magmahplus updates with valid maintenance license
- All Makes annual Licence for Load Cell operation
- Semi-Automatic test plan control
- Future Proof – allows for new applications
- Save results, export and print as a CVS file
- IRIS compatible for Delphi Authorised test solutions
|Figure 2 AVM2-PC, EUI test screen display.|
“This product has the ability to test piezo-electric coils which require fast acting high voltage levels to excite the piezo stack. Although Hartridge has designed the product to comply with the low voltage and electro-magnetic compatibility (EMC) directives, which is a requirement of the CE marking directive, there is a risk that some electrically sensitive devices could be impacted. Therefore, Hartridge recommends that this equipment should not be utilised by persons who are fitted with a pacemaker or similar heart support equipment.”