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Introducing Dr. Rotech Rotax 912/914 Engine Analyzer

Dr. Rotech

Light Sport Group of Orlando, Florida, announced a new engine analyzer called Dr. Rotech that plugs directly into the six-pin Rotax 912 series ignition module connecter. It eliminates time-consuming diagnostic test procedures and performs all required electrical tests for the Rotax 912/914 engine in a matter of seconds. It provides troubleshooting and diagnostic information on all the major electrical system components described in the Rotax 912 maintenance manual.

Troubleshooting electrical problems on the 912 series of engines previously required the use of a voltmeter and an extensive knowledge of the aircraft's electrical system. Dr. Rotech plugs into the ignition module's connector or can auto-detect which system you are testing if using a test lead. Labeled green and red lights indicate which systems are functioning properly. Systems tested include the charging coil, trigger/pick-up coils, primary ignition coils, ignition switch, engine ground, the stator, and spark plug wires. It performs all the required measurements of the BRP-Rotax 912/914 Heavy Maintenance Manual, section 74, paragraph 3.12. For additional information, go to www.LightSportGroup.com, or contact Chris Esposito at 321-252-8359 or e-mail cesposito@lightsportgroup.com.


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