Figure 2-33.Huntron Tracker 2000.
We recommend you review setup and operating procedures discussed in NEETS Module 16,
Introduction to Test Equipment, NAVEDTRA B72-16-00-95, before continuing with this chapter. Since
the 2000 was covered in depth in module 16, we will cover only the most common troubleshooting
procedures and provide a few troubleshooting tips.
What two features make the Huntron Tracker 2000 a widely used troubleshooting tool?
The Huntron Tracker 2000 has the following features:
Multiple-test signal frequencies (2000 Hz, 400 Hz, and 50/60 Hz).
Four impedance ranges (low, medium 1, medium 2, high).
Automatic range scanning.
Range control: High Lockout.
Rate-of-channel alteration and/or range scanning is/are adjustable.
Dual-polarity pulse generator for dynamic testing of three terminal devices.
LED indicators for all functions.
Dual-channel capability for easy comparison.
Large CRT display with easy-to-operate controls.
The device to be tested must have all power turned off, and have all high
voltage capacitors discharged before connecting the Tracker 2000 to the device.