Pioneer Eclipse Launches New Machine Diagnostic Tool: PowerLab 120

SPARTA, NC – November 12, 2018 – Pioneer Eclipse, a worldwide leader in floor care technology, today announced the availability of the PowerLab 120, a unique trouble shooting device used to quickly test electrical components of 120v machines and power tools.

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The PowerLab 120 displays real-time supply voltage, amperage draw of the machine, and includes GFCI ground fault detection. It is designed to work with 120V electric motor driven machines, and allows the user to evaluate machine performance by simply plugging them into the device while operating. “There is no other tool on the market that will easily measure current and voltage while also detecting ground faults and electrical shorts” says Derrick Hamm, Director of R&D with Pioneer Eclipse. “We developed this tool to allow repair technicians and machine operators to quickly make these assessments in their shop or on the job site.”

 

The PowerLab 120 is an ideal tool for machine repair centers, tool rental centers, and floor care professionals. The all steel construction, compact size, and ease of use will make this a reliable tool whether placed on the work bench or used on the job site. The PowerLab 120 is available from Pioneer Eclipse and American Sanders dealers.

 

About Pioneer Eclipse 

Throughout the cleaning industry, Pioneer Eclipse is recognized as a leader and innovator in floor care systems, with an emphasis on propane powered equipment and floor care based chemical products. Pioneer Eclipse brands also include American Sanders and Amano Environmental. All brands are managed out of the Sparta, North Carolina, manufacturing and operations facility, which services customers globally with sales in over 40 countries. Pioneer Eclipse is a wholly owned subsidiary of Amano Corporation, a manufacturing conglomerate listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. For more information, visit www.pioneereclipse.com or call 336-372-8080.

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