CAMI Research Inc.

CAMI Research, a WHCC double Top Product winner, designs, manufactures, and sells the CableEye® PC-Based Cable Test System, a professional test instrument used to check multiconductor cables found in computers, networks, telecommunications products, and industrial equipment. CableEye takes full advantage of the PC's color graphic display, high-speed computation, and mass storage to provide a complete cable and wire harness management system.

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    (978) 266-2655
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  • 42 Nagog Park
    Suite 115
    Acton, MA 01720-3301

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  • CableEye Light Director System - Light-Guided Connector Assembly

    Company: CAMI Research

    Our Light Director™ system (patented) provides a computer-guided technique for assembling connectors used in aerospace, medical, and other high-reliability applications. This system uses light fibers driven by super-bright LED lamps to individually illuminate target cavities in the connector being assembled. When the technician enters the wire code printed on unconnected wires, or touches a wire connected at the other end, the CableEye software turns on the appropriate fiber, thereby causing a bright, flashing light to project from inside the target cavity guiding the technician to the proper insertion point. Correct insertion is confirmed by the elimination of light from that location, whereas insertion into an incorrect location leaves the flashing light visible.

  • CableEye® M2U-Basic, M2U, M3U, M3UH - Low Voltage Cable & Wire Harness Test Systems

    Company: CAMI Research

    Scan for continuity (opens, shorts), miswires, intermittent connections. Measure resistance (M3 model variants) | Dynamic, graphic-rich Netlist/Wiring display: Confirm diode orientation. Set asymmetric tolerances in absolute or %. Over 500 connector graphics included. | Quick-change, automatically detected CB boards: Over 60 different stock boards accommodate well over 200 standard connector types. CB8 board for prototyping and circular connectors, or CB28 for bare wires. CB15 set included. | All base units, except the M2U-Basic, handle cables of up to 76 conductors and are expandable: Layer one or more 128-point expansion modules under base unit, to accommodate larger cables. M2U-Basic base unit handles cables of up to 64 conductors and is not expandable. 9x12" bench footprint.

  • CableEye HVX, HVX-21 - High Voltage (Hipot) Cable & Wire Harness Test Systems

    Company: CAMI Research

    Scans for continuity (opens, shorts), miswires, resistance, diodes, dielectric breakdown, insulation resistance, intermittent connections | HVX (Item 829) 1500 Vdc, 1000 Vac HVX-21 (Item 829A) 2100 Vdc, 1200 Vac | For diagnostic and Pass/Fail Testing — Permits expanded testing for insulation resistance and dielectric breakdown (DWV). | All CableEye testers are suitable for production, fault diagnosis, QC (Quality Control), assembly, and prototyping of standard or custom cables. Each combines test, fault location, design, documentation, labeling, and database storage in one instrument. | Tests can be performed on long cables (with or without connectors) or no cables (e.g. connectors, backplanes, PCBs, components). | Features & Benefits: USB certified, PC-based tester for a versatile, fast, robust system with long life-cycle. Multilingual, dynamic, graphic-rich display (netlist & wiring schematic) provides clarity and speeds diagnosis. 128 Test Points, expandable to 1024 providing flexibility as your product line changes. User-selectable voltage to each connection group in the cable simplifies an otherwise complex process, accelerating testing. Programmable Ramp Up, Ramp Down, Dwell Time (same as Test Time), Trip Current, and Trip Delay (same as Soak Time) adds versatility. Current leakage detected during HV test phase provides a measure of insulation resistance up to 1 GΩ (HVX) and 5 GΩ (HVX-21) - any leakage current exceeding a preset limit reveals the presence of moisture, flux, or other contamination on exposed contacts. Real-time screening for intermittent connections for pinpointing elusive faults and improving quality. Automation scripting in a simple, intuitive language allowing non-programmers to reduce operator error by automating repetitive steps. Flexible tolerancing: optionally define as percentages or absolute terms, as well as asymmetrically (e.g. +0%/-10%) for improved yields. Barcode-tracking & archival data-logging to achieve error-proof test process and improved traceability & productivity. Print test reports (with or without wiring schematics/netlists) and log reports to satisfy ISO9000 reporting requirements. Compatible with laptop and touchscreen PCs for fieldwork and rack/off-bench mounting. Includes: CB29 board set (Item 759) for bare wire connections; PC software; Database of >200 standard cables; Warranty: 1yr parts & labor with free tech support and free software upgrades. Renewable yearly; Options: 128-point Expansion Module (attaches to base); 4-Wire Kelvin Resistance Measurement, 1 mΩ at 1 A; Remote Control Connector for Deadman Switch | camiresearch.com | info@camiresearch.com | @CAMI_CableEye | +1.978.266.2655

  • CB29H - 2100Vdc Screw Terminal Connector Board

    Company: CAMI Research

    CAMI Research Inc. (Acton, MA) announces another new board for its CableEye cable and harness testing systems. Populated with four 16-pole screw terminal blocks, the board addresses high voltage (HiPot) testing to 2100Vdc/1200Vac. Of particular interest to the harness testing market, the CB29H is also available as a transition board variant (CB29AH). The CB29H and CB29AH boards are high voltage versions of the CB29 with the high voltage traces running on inner layers to afford additional safety, and protection from contamination. Each contains four 16-pole screw terminal blocks that will accept bare wires from 12- to 30-gauge in size. The metal jaws firmly grip an inserted wire without damaging or distorting the end, and the space between each terminal block may be used as a wire channel to guide wires neatly to the side. For each channel, a pair of holes is provided through which wire ties may be inserted to hold the wire bundles in place.

  • CB49 - Connector Board for Cable and Harness Tester

    Company: CAMI Research

    CAMI Research announces a new board for its CableEye cable and harness testing systems. Populated with solder pads to accept a suite of TE-Connectivity Micro-MaTch connectors, the board addresses markets plagued by vibration and fretting corrosion, and requiring “miniaturized connectivity”. Rated to 500Vdc/350Vac, the CB49 may be used on all CableEye models. The CB49, sold without connectors, contains nine sets of 20 solder pads accommodating numerous configurations of Micro-MaTch connectors. There are nine preset locations for automatic detection & display of 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, and 20-pin connectors (as denoted by screenprinted labels). Yet, any single set may be fitted with any combination of lower pin count connectors that total to 20 or less (e.g. a 14-pin with a 4-pin). Connectors soldered in non-preset positions will also appear graphically correct once they are mapped with PinMap (optional software). Sold as a set of two boards, each Micro-MaTch test board may be paired with other CableEye adapter boards to accommodate any combination of connectors.

  • CB50 - CableEye®Tester Calibration Verification Board

    Company: CAMI Research

    Populated with precision resistors, it allows users to determine empirically whether the tester requires calibration. The CB50 may be used on all CableEye models. The CB50 is intended for periodic verification of tester calibration. To ensure that resistance measurements remain accurate, CAMI recommends yearly calibration. However, depending on environmental conditions and usage, testers may need calibrating more or less frequently. Certain components within models M3U, M3UH, HVX, and HVX-21 (i.e. those capable of measuring resistance) are analog components whose characteristics change slightly over time. This aging is a natural phenomenon common to all electronic components and may cause resistance measurements or gradually deviate from normal. A tester that is out of calibration will give inaccurate results. Some (maybe all) resistance measurements will be incorrect. Consequently, it may Pass what should Fail and, conversely, Fail what should Pass. In other words product yield will be contaminated due to unreliable quality.