Eastern Technology E5 High-Voltage Aircraft Engine Ignition Cable Tester

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Manufacture Part #: E5
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The Model E5 High Voltage Cable Tester tests Hi-Voltage aircraft engine ignition cables quickly and accurately. And it's incredibly easy to use: simply connect the three wires, push the test button and check the test window. That's all there is to it. By simulating the magneto's high output voltage, the E5 instantly identifies both good and defective cables. And it operates on either 12 or 24 volts,D.C.

The E5 eliminates guess work, saves valuable time, is equipped with an audio high voltage indicator to ensure safety and is 100% dependable. And no other high quality cable tester is as attractively priced.

Product Attributes

Country of Origin
United States
Shipping Weight
1.34 pounds
ECCN
EAR99
UOM
Each
Manufacturer P/N
MODEL E5
Schedule B Code
9030.33.0040
Pack Quantity
1
Ship Dimensions
6 x 4 x 4 inches

Other Part Numbers

Features

  • Compact 3" x 5" x 2-5/8"
  • Weight 1-1/2 Lbs.
  • Heavy Duty Unbreakable Case
  • Heavy Scratch Resistant Aluminum Face Plate
  • Fail Safe Circuitry
  • 18 Gauge Gas and Oil Resistant Lead Wires 36" Long
  • Loud Audio Signal High Voltage Indicator
  • Complete Instructions With Each Unit

    Instructions

    1. Connect red battery lead from cable tester to positive (+) side of aircraft battery. 12 volt or 24 volt source.
    2. Place the selector switch of tester in 12 volt or 24 volt position to correspond with the Aircraft Battery voltage.
    3. Disconnect leads from spark plug.
    4. Connect black Hi-voltage lead to a good ground. Engine block, frame of craft or wire braid of cable being tested.
    5. Connect red Hi-Voltage lead to center conductor of cable being tested.
    6. Press button on tester.
  • Continuous spark arcing will occur in window of tester if cable being tested is good.
  • If no arc occurs in window of tester then rotate the propeller one-quarter turn. If there is no arc, the cable is defective. Note of Caution: Hi Voltage exists at the two upper leads.
  • Description

    The Model E5 High Voltage Cable Tester tests Hi-Voltage aircraft engine ignition cables quickly and accurately. And it's incredibly easy to use: simply connect the three wires, push the test button and check the test window. That's all there is to it. By simulating the magneto's high output voltage, the E5 instantly identifies both good and defective cables. And it operates on either 12 or 24 volts,D.C.

    The E5 eliminates guess work, saves valuable time, is equipped with an audio high voltage indicator to ensure safety and is 100% dependable. And no other high quality cable tester is as attractively priced.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    1.34 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    UOM
    Each
    Manufacturer P/N
    MODEL E5
    Schedule B Code
    9030.33.0040
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    6 x 4 x 4 inches

    Other Part Numbers

    Features

  • Compact 3" x 5" x 2-5/8"
  • Weight 1-1/2 Lbs.
  • Heavy Duty Unbreakable Case
  • Heavy Scratch Resistant Aluminum Face Plate
  • Fail Safe Circuitry
  • 18 Gauge Gas and Oil Resistant Lead Wires 36" Long
  • Loud Audio Signal High Voltage Indicator
  • Complete Instructions With Each Unit

    Instructions

    1. Connect red battery lead from cable tester to positive (+) side of aircraft battery. 12 volt or 24 volt source.
    2. Place the selector switch of tester in 12 volt or 24 volt position to correspond with the Aircraft Battery voltage.
    3. Disconnect leads from spark plug.
    4. Connect black Hi-voltage lead to a good ground. Engine block, frame of craft or wire braid of cable being tested.
    5. Connect red Hi-Voltage lead to center conductor of cable being tested.
    6. Press button on tester.
  • Continuous spark arcing will occur in window of tester if cable being tested is good.
  • If no arc occurs in window of tester then rotate the propeller one-quarter turn. If there is no arc, the cable is defective. Note of Caution: Hi Voltage exists at the two upper leads.
  • Product Details

    The Model E5 High Voltage Cable Tester tests Hi-Voltage aircraft engine ignition cables quickly and accurately. And it's incredibly easy to use: simply connect the three wires, push the test button and check the test window. That's all there is to it. By simulating the magneto's high output voltage, the E5 instantly identifies both good and defective cables. And it operates on either 12 or 24 volts,D.C.

    The E5 eliminates guess work, saves valuable time, is equipped with an audio high voltage indicator to ensure safety and is 100% dependable. And no other high quality cable tester is as attractively priced.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    1.34 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    UOM
    Each
    Manufacturer P/N
    MODEL E5
    Schedule B Code
    9030.33.0040
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    6 x 4 x 4 inches

    Other Part Numbers

    Features

  • Compact 3" x 5" x 2-5/8"
  • Weight 1-1/2 Lbs.
  • Heavy Duty Unbreakable Case
  • Heavy Scratch Resistant Aluminum Face Plate
  • Fail Safe Circuitry
  • 18 Gauge Gas and Oil Resistant Lead Wires 36" Long
  • Loud Audio Signal High Voltage Indicator
  • Complete Instructions With Each Unit

    Instructions

    1. Connect red battery lead from cable tester to positive (+) side of aircraft battery. 12 volt or 24 volt source.
    2. Place the selector switch of tester in 12 volt or 24 volt position to correspond with the Aircraft Battery voltage.
    3. Disconnect leads from spark plug.
    4. Connect black Hi-voltage lead to a good ground. Engine block, frame of craft or wire braid of cable being tested.
    5. Connect red Hi-Voltage lead to center conductor of cable being tested.
    6. Press button on tester.
  • Continuous spark arcing will occur in window of tester if cable being tested is good.
  • If no arc occurs in window of tester then rotate the propeller one-quarter turn. If there is no arc, the cable is defective. Note of Caution: Hi Voltage exists at the two upper leads.
  • Downloads

    The Model E5 High Voltage Cable Tester tests Hi-Voltage aircraft engine ignition cables quickly and accurately. And it's incredibly easy to use: simply connect the three wires, push the test button and check the test window. That's all there is to it. By simulating the magneto's high output voltage, the E5 instantly identifies both good and defective cables. And it operates on either 12 or 24 volts,D.C.

    The E5 eliminates guess work, saves valuable time, is equipped with an audio high voltage indicator to ensure safety and is 100% dependable. And no other high quality cable tester is as attractively priced.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    1.34 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    UOM
    Each
    Manufacturer P/N
    MODEL E5
    Schedule B Code
    9030.33.0040
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    6 x 4 x 4 inches

    Other Part Numbers

    Features

  • Compact 3" x 5" x 2-5/8"
  • Weight 1-1/2 Lbs.
  • Heavy Duty Unbreakable Case
  • Heavy Scratch Resistant Aluminum Face Plate
  • Fail Safe Circuitry
  • 18 Gauge Gas and Oil Resistant Lead Wires 36" Long
  • Loud Audio Signal High Voltage Indicator
  • Complete Instructions With Each Unit

    Instructions

    1. Connect red battery lead from cable tester to positive (+) side of aircraft battery. 12 volt or 24 volt source.
    2. Place the selector switch of tester in 12 volt or 24 volt position to correspond with the Aircraft Battery voltage.
    3. Disconnect leads from spark plug.
    4. Connect black Hi-voltage lead to a good ground. Engine block, frame of craft or wire braid of cable being tested.
    5. Connect red Hi-Voltage lead to center conductor of cable being tested.
    6. Press button on tester.
  • Continuous spark arcing will occur in window of tester if cable being tested is good.
  • If no arc occurs in window of tester then rotate the propeller one-quarter turn. If there is no arc, the cable is defective. Note of Caution: Hi Voltage exists at the two upper leads.
  • The Model E5 High Voltage Cable Tester tests Hi-Voltage aircraft engine ignition cables quickly and accurately. And it's incredibly easy to use: simply connect the three wires, push the test button and check the test window. That's all there is to it. By simulating the magneto's high output voltage, the E5 instantly identifies both good and defective cables. And it operates on either 12 or 24 volts,D.C.

    The E5 eliminates guess work, saves valuable time, is equipped with an audio high voltage indicator to ensure safety and is 100% dependable. And no other high quality cable tester is as attractively priced.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    1.34 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    UOM
    Each
    Manufacturer P/N
    MODEL E5
    Schedule B Code
    9030.33.0040
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    6 x 4 x 4 inches

    Other Part Numbers

    Features

  • Compact 3" x 5" x 2-5/8"
  • Weight 1-1/2 Lbs.
  • Heavy Duty Unbreakable Case
  • Heavy Scratch Resistant Aluminum Face Plate
  • Fail Safe Circuitry
  • 18 Gauge Gas and Oil Resistant Lead Wires 36" Long
  • Loud Audio Signal High Voltage Indicator
  • Complete Instructions With Each Unit

    Instructions

    1. Connect red battery lead from cable tester to positive (+) side of aircraft battery. 12 volt or 24 volt source.
    2. Place the selector switch of tester in 12 volt or 24 volt position to correspond with the Aircraft Battery voltage.
    3. Disconnect leads from spark plug.
    4. Connect black Hi-voltage lead to a good ground. Engine block, frame of craft or wire braid of cable being tested.
    5. Connect red Hi-Voltage lead to center conductor of cable being tested.
    6. Press button on tester.
  • Continuous spark arcing will occur in window of tester if cable being tested is good.
  • If no arc occurs in window of tester then rotate the propeller one-quarter turn. If there is no arc, the cable is defective. Note of Caution: Hi Voltage exists at the two upper leads.
  • Description

    The Model E5 High Voltage Cable Tester tests Hi-Voltage aircraft engine ignition cables quickly and accurately. And it's incredibly easy to use: simply connect the three wires, push the test button and check the test window. That's all there is to it. By simulating the magneto's high output voltage, the E5 instantly identifies both good and defective cables. And it operates on either 12 or 24 volts,D.C.

    The E5 eliminates guess work, saves valuable time, is equipped with an audio high voltage indicator to ensure safety and is 100% dependable. And no other high quality cable tester is as attractively priced.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    1.34 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    UOM
    Each
    Manufacturer P/N
    MODEL E5
    Schedule B Code
    9030.33.0040
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    6 x 4 x 4 inches

    Other Part Numbers

    Features

  • Compact 3" x 5" x 2-5/8"
  • Weight 1-1/2 Lbs.
  • Heavy Duty Unbreakable Case
  • Heavy Scratch Resistant Aluminum Face Plate
  • Fail Safe Circuitry
  • 18 Gauge Gas and Oil Resistant Lead Wires 36" Long
  • Loud Audio Signal High Voltage Indicator
  • Complete Instructions With Each Unit

    Instructions

    1. Connect red battery lead from cable tester to positive (+) side of aircraft battery. 12 volt or 24 volt source.
    2. Place the selector switch of tester in 12 volt or 24 volt position to correspond with the Aircraft Battery voltage.
    3. Disconnect leads from spark plug.
    4. Connect black Hi-voltage lead to a good ground. Engine block, frame of craft or wire braid of cable being tested.
    5. Connect red Hi-Voltage lead to center conductor of cable being tested.
    6. Press button on tester.
  • Continuous spark arcing will occur in window of tester if cable being tested is good.
  • If no arc occurs in window of tester then rotate the propeller one-quarter turn. If there is no arc, the cable is defective. Note of Caution: Hi Voltage exists at the two upper leads.
  • Product Details

    The Model E5 High Voltage Cable Tester tests Hi-Voltage aircraft engine ignition cables quickly and accurately. And it's incredibly easy to use: simply connect the three wires, push the test button and check the test window. That's all there is to it. By simulating the magneto's high output voltage, the E5 instantly identifies both good and defective cables. And it operates on either 12 or 24 volts,D.C.

    The E5 eliminates guess work, saves valuable time, is equipped with an audio high voltage indicator to ensure safety and is 100% dependable. And no other high quality cable tester is as attractively priced.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    1.34 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    UOM
    Each
    Manufacturer P/N
    MODEL E5
    Schedule B Code
    9030.33.0040
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    6 x 4 x 4 inches

    Other Part Numbers

    Features

  • Compact 3" x 5" x 2-5/8"
  • Weight 1-1/2 Lbs.
  • Heavy Duty Unbreakable Case
  • Heavy Scratch Resistant Aluminum Face Plate
  • Fail Safe Circuitry
  • 18 Gauge Gas and Oil Resistant Lead Wires 36" Long
  • Loud Audio Signal High Voltage Indicator
  • Complete Instructions With Each Unit

    Instructions

    1. Connect red battery lead from cable tester to positive (+) side of aircraft battery. 12 volt or 24 volt source.
    2. Place the selector switch of tester in 12 volt or 24 volt position to correspond with the Aircraft Battery voltage.
    3. Disconnect leads from spark plug.
    4. Connect black Hi-voltage lead to a good ground. Engine block, frame of craft or wire braid of cable being tested.
    5. Connect red Hi-Voltage lead to center conductor of cable being tested.
    6. Press button on tester.
  • Continuous spark arcing will occur in window of tester if cable being tested is good.
  • If no arc occurs in window of tester then rotate the propeller one-quarter turn. If there is no arc, the cable is defective. Note of Caution: Hi Voltage exists at the two upper leads.
  • Downloads

    The Model E5 High Voltage Cable Tester tests Hi-Voltage aircraft engine ignition cables quickly and accurately. And it's incredibly easy to use: simply connect the three wires, push the test button and check the test window. That's all there is to it. By simulating the magneto's high output voltage, the E5 instantly identifies both good and defective cables. And it operates on either 12 or 24 volts,D.C.

    The E5 eliminates guess work, saves valuable time, is equipped with an audio high voltage indicator to ensure safety and is 100% dependable. And no other high quality cable tester is as attractively priced.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    1.34 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    UOM
    Each
    Manufacturer P/N
    MODEL E5
    Schedule B Code
    9030.33.0040
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    6 x 4 x 4 inches

    Other Part Numbers

    Features

  • Compact 3" x 5" x 2-5/8"
  • Weight 1-1/2 Lbs.
  • Heavy Duty Unbreakable Case
  • Heavy Scratch Resistant Aluminum Face Plate
  • Fail Safe Circuitry
  • 18 Gauge Gas and Oil Resistant Lead Wires 36" Long
  • Loud Audio Signal High Voltage Indicator
  • Complete Instructions With Each Unit

    Instructions

    1. Connect red battery lead from cable tester to positive (+) side of aircraft battery. 12 volt or 24 volt source.
    2. Place the selector switch of tester in 12 volt or 24 volt position to correspond with the Aircraft Battery voltage.
    3. Disconnect leads from spark plug.
    4. Connect black Hi-voltage lead to a good ground. Engine block, frame of craft or wire braid of cable being tested.
    5. Connect red Hi-Voltage lead to center conductor of cable being tested.
    6. Press button on tester.
  • Continuous spark arcing will occur in window of tester if cable being tested is good.
  • If no arc occurs in window of tester then rotate the propeller one-quarter turn. If there is no arc, the cable is defective. Note of Caution: Hi Voltage exists at the two upper leads.