CableEye Software Introduction Guide

Overview

This booklet, formely known as the Applications Guide, provides a self-guided introduction to the CableEye® Cable Tester and Harness Tester. Use it to learn how the software works. In general, we devote one page to each major function. For greater depth, please refer to the CableEye User’s Manual.

This booklet also serves as an excellent training tool for new employees, or as a preview of capabilities that you may not have used previously. To gain the greatest benefit, have the CableEye tester, a set of connector boards, and a test cable available to you while you are reading so you can immediately try the operations we discuss. For convenience, we recommend the CB-T1 training board.

Cable Tester and Harness Tester for Pass/Fail check or diagnostics of continuity (opens, shorts, miswires), intermittent connections, contact and isolation resistance, embedded resistors and diodes.

Table of Contents

CableEye Software Introduction Guide
(24 Pages, 1MB)

Measuring a Cable 2
Learning a Good Cable 3
Comparing Two Cables 4
Checking for Intermittent Connections 5
Checking Quality of Connections (Resistance Measurement) 6
Saving Cable Data in the Database 7
Loading Cable Data from the Database 8
Searching the Database for a Match 9
Printing Schematics 10
Printing Labels 11
Production Testing of Cables 12
Simplified Production Screen 13
Data Logging 14
Editing a Wire List 15
Designing New Cables 16
Adapting to Custom Test Fixtures (PinMap) 17
Create Your Own Connectors (Connector Designer) 18
Testing Single-Ended Cables19
Testing Wiring Harnesses20
Testing Unterminated Cables23


CableEye®

CableEye is an expandable and upgradable diagnostic and Pass/Fail Cable and Harness Test System that’s PC-based. It’s used for assembly, prototyping, production, and QC of standard or custom wire cables and harnesses, and comes in six models:

Low Voltage: M2U-basic, M2U
For diagnostic and Pass/Fail Testing - Find, display, log, & document: continuity (opens, shorts, miswires), and intermittent connections

Low Voltage: M3U, M3UH For all of the above plus resistance (contact, isolation, embedded), and diodes (orientation, forward voltage, reverse breakdown).

Low Voltage and High Voltage: HVX, HVX-21 For all of the above plus HiPot (dielectric withstand voltage and insulation resistance).


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