The FTR Faultracker is a compact recording device which can be connected to up to 16 points in an electrical system. Any voltage from 12v to 240v can be connected. The FTR monitors the on/off status of each input. Any voltage above 6v is considered to be ON. An LED indicator on the front panel shows the status of each input. When set to logging, the FTR will log any and all 'events'. An event being the change of status of any input. Each event is logged strictly in the order it occurred with a date/time stamp. When logging is completed, the events can be stepped through one at a time so that cause/effect sequences can be analysed.

This means that faults which cause significant disruption and are very difficult to track can be stepped through in great detail, even if the sequence involved events that are separated by only milliseconds.

Also, many problem situations are intermittent. The FTR can be left logging for hours or days or weeks until the fault occurs. After the event, the recording can be analysed and the fault sequence tracked in detail, complete with date and time stamps.

Key Points


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Software Details

The FTR-C version includes Windows software which will download the data from the FTR, record it to you chosen drive and display the results on screen. These results can be presented in a variety of formats which can be organised either by date/time or event number. Search tools are included so that particular combinations of input status's can be instantly located.

Associated Downloads

Data sheet - FTR Faultracker
User manual - FTR Faultracker - Operating instructions (English)
FTR FaulTracker - Unpacked version for later Windows OS