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At the Milwaukee Wire Processing Technology Show on 18-19 May in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Cami Research will be exhibiting its latest line of cable and wire harness test equipment

These will include: the new Cable Eye Labview interface; the Cable Eye HVX High Voltage Test System; the Light Director Light-Guided Connector Pinning System and examples of custom cable and wire harness interface designs.

Visitors to Cami’s booth may have their badge scanned to receive a 10 per cent discount coupon for the purchase of any new Cable Eye tester, accessory or software in the catalogue.

Among the items on exhibit will be the HVX high-voltage test system based on Cami’s M3U tester.

The HVX tester starts at 128 test points capacity and may be expanded up to 512 points by the addition of 128-point expansion modules.

Customers now using M3U low voltage testers may expand their existing system by purchasing just the high-voltage module.

The HVX system has been tested by an independent compliance-testing laboratory and meets all safety and electromagnetic compatibility requirements for the CE mark.

The system comes with a one-year warranty.

Also on exhibit will be some of the 45 different connector plugboards available for Cable Eye.

These boards, each with multiple connectors, serve as personality modules that adapt the tester for many different cable types.

Recently added boards cover Micro D connectors and Elco/Edac rack-and-panel connectors.

Show visitors will see Cableeye’s latest software demonstrated.

This software is capable of measuring and displaying the graphic wiring diagram of any cable or harness connected to the tester, measuring resistors, diodes and wire resistance.

Trace resistance to compensate for the innate resistance of fixturing may now be automatically subtracted from measurements to provide a more accurate reflection of the device under test.

The software also offers an extensive cable database, report and label printing, custom connector interfaces and guided assembly.

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