Last post by Al1234 - January 23, 2023, 02:00:04 PM
ProTrack is not failing voltages. Jvthorsley was suggesting I should check some voltages on the ProTrack a couple of massages ago.
He wrote "What results do you get on the other Diagnostics tests? Have you checked the various supplies on your ProTrack? There are some isolated supplies for the Scanner. I found out about these when I accidently connected a 12 V.D.C. PSU to my Scanner. It blew up a few components as described on this Forum. The Scanner prefers a 5 V.D.C. PSU."
Last post by admin - January 23, 2023, 11:08:54 AM
HI Paula, You could use the old 3.5.4 version software. The password to unzip the download file is 354XPSP2. It only works up to Windows XP. Workstation 3.5.4
Also, you could try running the Diagnostics directly as (I think) they do not look for an activation code. File path: c:\programs files (x86)\Huntron Workstation 4.3\Ptdiag32.exe
I will email the PTC file using the address you listed with your Forum profile. Instructions: - You need to save the file on your PC in the "c:\winhunt" directory (Workstation version 3 software) or "Documents and Settings/All Users/Application Data/Huntron, Inc" folder (Workstation version 4.1/4.2) or the "Users/Public/Public Documents/Huntron Hardware Files" folder (Workstation 4.3). - Once you have the file saved, start Huntron Workstation (or ProTrack Diagnostics). - Go to Control/Maintenance/ProTrack Diagnostics (ver.3) or Tools/Maintenance/ProTrack Diagnostics (ver.4) - Select the Write to ProTrack button - Verify that User 1 is selected - Click Upload - the file will be uploaded to your ProTrack (you will see some block information displayed briefly on the ProTrack LCD) - When the Upload is complete, close the Protrack Diagnostics - Go to Settings/Hardware Settings (ver. 3) or Tools/Options/Hardware (ver. 4) - Select ProTrack I as the Test Hardware and click Save - The ProTrack should connect to the PC
Last post by Al1234 - January 23, 2023, 09:47:33 AM
Thank you for the information. It looks like I had the plugs in the correct order after all. Internal Fuses! Must be the pico fuses. I will look for them as soon as I get back to the workshop tonight. Voltages on the ProTrack! still not clear about them. A little bit more information about the voltages if possible please. ProTrack passes all other tests with flying colors.