The COMPRESSION-PEEK Transducer… The COMPRESSION-PEEK Transducer, was specifically
developed for the Scope-1 Automotive Engine Analyzer and Oscilloscope, but can also be
used, with any other oscilloscope system. It is a high quality, detailed waveform, humidity
proof, automotive engine pressure, and compression transducer probe. By using the COMPRESSION-PEEK Transducer,
it is possible not only to determine compression, but the general health, of the engine mechanical
valve train. This is the fastest way, to check the actually mechanical state of the engine.
Why? would you ask? It’s simple, performing a standard compression
test, with a mechanical gauge, first, would set you back the cost of the inaccurate gauge,
and second, you could never derive the same diagnostic value, from a fast moving gauge
needle, as opposed to the COMPRESSION-PEEK Transducer waveform signal. The COMPRESSION-PEEK Transducer waveform signal,
can show you valve opening and closing, compression, and the specifics of each valve train and
cylinder event. And, if reading the waveform is too difficult for you, then use the SIGNALATOR
feature, from the Scope-1 software. But, more on that later. The COMPRESSION-PEEK Transducer also has,
like most of our other probes and sensors, internal circuitry, to be able to clean out
the signal accordingly. This is unique, as in all other oscilloscope probes and add-ons,
you then have to pay extra for special attenuator and filters, that are already included with
the COMPRESSION-PEEK Transducer, and our other VAC-PEEK transducer. This probe, is also sold with all needed hoses
and adapters, as well as the dedicated BNC shielded cable, to connect to your oscilloscope. The unit is very rugged, and able to withstand
rough use. It is encased in an epoxy casing, making for a very solid construction. The COMPRESSION-PEEK Transducer, with all
it’s added benefits, connectivity to any oscilloscope, internal signal circuitry filters,
and rugged construction, is the best and most cost effective automotive mechanical compression
transducer solution out there. Enjoy…