Industry Leading Electric Motor Testing Equipment

Electric motor testing is integral to the success and efficiency of your business. ALL-TEST Pro instruments go beyond standard methods to ensure that testing your motor is safe, easy, and dependable.

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Electric Motor Testing Done Right.

Sudden electric motor failure can be catastrophic to your business. Our advanced motor analysis devices alleviate the stress from unpredictable motor failures so your business will remain up and running. Our product line covers all industries that use transformers, electric motors, and generators.  With our long-standing reputation for excellent products and top-notch customer service, our company takes pride in being relied upon by major businesses worldwide.

Extensive, Dependable Solutions

Electric motor testing equipment is used to prevent factory downtime.

Deenergized (MCA™) Testing

Motor Circuit Analysis (MCA™) allows for deenergized motor testing of the entire electrical portion of the motor system.  Our products in this category include our extremely popular ALL-TEST PRO 7™, ALL-TEST PRO 7™ PROFESSIONAL, ALL-TEST PRO 34™, ALL-TEST PRO 34 EV™ and MOTOR GENIE®.

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Energized (ESA) Testing

Electrical Signature Analysis (ESA) is an energized test method where voltage and current waveforms are captured while the motor system is running, to assess the health of the motor system. In this category, you can choose our ALL-TEST PRO On-Line III™ and our ALL-SAFE PRO®, an accessory to the ATPOL III™.

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Assemblies

Our Assemblies combine ESA, MCA, and software to improve your plant productivity with a rapid ROI. For a full motor analysis, we offer the ALL-TEST PRO MD III™ assembly.

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Efficient. Effective. Easy.

With unmatched portability, ease of use, and safety features, ALL-TEST Pro’s line of electrical motor testing equipment enable technicians to evaluate equipment in the field, on the shop floor, or at a service facility.

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Why test motors? Because motors fail.

Not all winding faults start as ground faults. Identifying motor faults before the motor fails can save you countless hours in downtime and maintenance fees.

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