ASNU GDI/FSI adapter box can be added to any ASNU system for the operator to be able to test any direct injection injector.
The ASNU GDI Adapter Box has been designed to drive Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) injectors with an approved supply of current and voltage to simulate injector electronic operation as on the engine. Correct Electronic Operation is critical when examining the injector’s response to changes in mS & RPM. Examination of the injectors Fuel Distribution and Atomisation is equally critical to the Engine's Correct Running, Performance, Fuel Economy and Emission Outputs. Even the slightest irregularity in the Fuel Spray pattern would result in illumination of the Engine Check Light, but with no specific cause identified.
GDI injectors are difficult and time consuming to remove and re-fit, would you fit a new set of injectors without ensuring they are working correctly?
Dedicated Driver Currents
Suitable For All Types GDI Injectors
Tests Up To 8 GDI/FSI Injectors at one time
Sequential Injector Firing Operation
18 Various M/S & RPM Test Settings
Suitable for Standard Manifold Injectors
High Performance Option
Simulates on-car Spray Patterns & Flow Rates
Accepts High & Low Resistance Injectors
Single Injector Selection Operation
Injector Leak Down Test
Injector Inductance Test - Electro Magnetic Circuit (mH)
Ultrasonic Injector Cleaning Cycle
12 Language Selection Screen
Easy to Read LCD Screen
Membrane Key Pad
Separate Wiring Harnesses
Teflon Seal Fitting Tool
Use with Any ASNU System
Updates Old ASNU Machine To Latest Specification
Easy Connection to ASNU system
Could be used with Non ASNU system
Choice of colours
Boxed Size: 52 x 35 x 33 cm Boxed Weight: 9.40 kgs Un-Boxed Size: 30 x 25 x 24 cm Un-Boxed Weight: 6.50 kgs Power Input - AC Input: 90 - 264 V
Until 20 years ago, the test bench represented the most relevant part of the basic equipment for Diesel Injection Specialists.Today it is still essential to drive the pump, although additional equipment specifically designed for the modern technologies are required.