ECAD System 2005

Automatic Testing of Multiple Conductors

(PDF Spec Sheet)

The ECAD System 2005 is an optional configuration of the  ECAD System 2002, providing a 15-point switch card and software to perform automatic testing of circuits.

expanding wire circuit testing capability from 2 to 15 wires. It is ideal for quickly running pass/fail tests on large numbers of circuits based on pre-defined test plans. Existing 2002 systems can be converted to 2005 using an Upgrade Kit.

The ECAD System is a suite of test instruments for both lumped and distributed data for analysis of electrical circuits and/or wiring harnesses. It is completely self contained with a built-in multimeter, impedance meter, TDR, and megohmeter.

The ECAD System provides the lowest path to regulatory compliance with Regulatory Guide RG-1.211 and Draft Guide DG-1240.

System Features & Benefits
  • Computer Controlled for repeatability and accuracy
  • Extensive Safety Features
  • Adjustable Sunlight Readable Display
  • Database Driven for Trending and Monitoring
  • Windows® Menu Driven Operation
  • Full Customized Keyboard
  • Rugged System Controller
  • Anomalies Are Flagged in Real Time and In Color
  • Graphical Analysis .
  • Expanded Cable/Wire Test/Problem Efficiency
  • Storage, Further Analysis and Printing
  • AC and DC Volts
  • DC Resistance
  • Impedance, Phase Angle, Capacitance
  • Dissipation Factor, Inductance, Quality Factor, AC Resistance
  • Expanded Waveform Storage Allows Comparison of the Current and Historic Data
  • Voltages to 500 VDC
  • AC Voltages to 140 VAC
  • Avionics
  • Telephony
  • Computer/LAN
  • CATV
  • Power Companies
  • Agriculture
  • PCB Manufacturers
  • Cable Manufacturers
  • Aging Aircraft
  • Geotechnical
Applications

The ECAD System 2005 is a software controlled system that provides the user with an extremely flexible interface. Compared to traditional instrumentation that relies on knobs and buttons for controlling a test, this system provides an easy to follow menu structure to assist in acquiring, saving and interpreting results.

Typical Cable Measurements And Fault Detection
  • Distance to faults
  • Cable propagation velocity
  • Cable return loss in dB
  • Faulty taps and un-terminated line in LAN and CATV networks
  • Open and short circuits
  • Resistive connections
  • Moisture and fluid intrusion
  • Brittle and cracked insulation