The Latest Generation of Conflict Monitor Tester!
Click one of the links below to see a video highlighting the PCMT 8000!
The PCMT 8000 uses less harnesses to test the same amount of
monitor types as previous tester models, has integrated
Port1/SDLC testing capability, now has Flashing Yellow Arrow Tests
and retains the ease-of-use of the Windows setup and operating
software that has been enhanced to be even more user-friendly!
Software Updates Include...
*Test descriptions can now be seen on-screen as the test is running.
*Test reports can be saved in terse, verbose or both formats.
-The verbose format will include the same test descriptions that are seen while the test is running. -The terse format will only show the name of each test and the pass/fail result. *The software now features a much cleaner interface, making operation easier for infrequent users. *The font size of saved reports can be user adjusted to help reduce the number of pages in the test report or
increase readability. *The software will alert the user if the wrong cable is being used and if the connectors are plugged in correctly.
*Flashing Yellow Arrow (FYA) testing is now available for the PCMT 8000 as of 07/24/14. Click on the Software
or Firmware buttons above to upgrade your existing PCMT 8000.
Less Cables-Same Amount of Testing Capability...
* There is now one cable for testing either TS1 12 Channel monitors or TS2 16 Channel MMUs.
*One cable will test all 210/2010/170/2070 monitors as well as the LADOT/NCDOT modified monitors.
*The need for a USB to Serial Adapter has been eliminated now that the tester now has a built-in USB port.
*The PCMT 8000 is smart enough to know what cable is plugged in and provide
testing options based on the monitor standards.*We will take your older models of conflict monitor testers and ATSI monitor cables in trade towards the PCMT 8000!
*Order the Certification Course with a new PCMT 8000 and get a discount on the course!
*The PCMT 8000 is housed in the same rugged enclosure as the PCMT 2600 and uses the same carrying cases seen below.
Last Updated (Thursday, 24 July 2014 16:06)