UCE-CT220L Fault Locator & Curve Tracer

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V-I test method is widely used in the World for PCB repairing. Fault detection can be done without energizing PCB boards.

32 different test conditions can be created with different combinations of test voltage, source resistance and frequency values.

The fact that the product has two channels allows simultaneous comparison of two different cards.


  • Display: 4.3 inch 480 × 272 pixel color LCD with Touch screen
  • Channels Number: 2 (A and B)
  • Waveform: Sine wave
  • Test Frequencies: 10Hz, 100Hz, 500Hz, 2000Hz
  • Open circuit Voltage:  ±5V, ±10V, ±20V
  • Source Resistance: 1kΩ, 10kΩ
  • Storage: internal 8MB USB disk for storing waveform image and firmware upgrade (bootload)
  • Power Consumption: 5W
  • Dimensions: 169 x 83 x 31 mm
  • Weight: 295gr

Package List:

  • 1 pc UCE-CT220L Tracer
  • 2 pcs BNC to 4mm banana cable
  • 2 sets multimeter pen (red and black), and with needle high-voltage cap
  • 2 pcs Crocodile Clips
  • 1 pc touch pen
  • 1 pc USB cable



Additional information

Weight 850 g
Dimensions 23 × 12 × 9 cm



How to update firmware of UCE-CT220L

Firmware History

UCE-CT220L V1.05

Released on 2019-09-09

Recent changes;

  • Optimized the angle of Short-Circuit & Open-Circuit curves.
  • Some optimizations.

UCE-CT220L V1.04

Released on 2019-04-17

Recent changes;

  • Fixed a bug in HOLD-RUN Mode

UCE-CT220L V1.03

Released on 2019-02-24

Recent changes;

  • Fixed angle of Short-Circuit curve.
  • Some optimizations.

UCE-CT220L V1.02

Released on 2019-02-16

Recent changes;

  • Added Input voltage error detection algorithm.
  • Reduced the Noise on signals with software optimization.
  • Fixed the time gaps in voltage transitions in scan mode.
  • Some optimizations.

UCE-CT220L V1.01

Released on 2019-01-20

Recent changes;

  • Fixed a bug in Scan Mode.

1 review for UCE-CT220L Fault Locator & Curve Tracer

  1. Marco (verified owner)

    I was looking for an affortable, compact and stand-alone V-I Curve Tracer. Something you don’t have to connect to a scope to view V-I curves. I happened to see uCore UCE-CT220L and I soon realized it was what I was looking for. Compact, with a Display and with an affordable price. I ordered it and I have to say I’m happy with it. I use it to troubleshoot electronic boards by comparision and it works as expected. It lacks pulse generator but I knew it from the beginning and I don’t really use it anyway (I had a VI tracer with pulse generator at office before). This VI tracer has two channels (useful to compare boards), a function to save images of the VI curves, connects to PCs with USB ports, easy to update when uCore releases updates (that just happened, this show that product is supported). By now I’m satisfied with it. Adding a Very Low Range would make it perfect to detect very low differences in very low power logic boards where very small differences in data/address bus between board (difficult to detect) are signs of something wrond with the signal. Hope it will be added in near future. I’m not in any way affiliated to uCore alectronics. I just appreciated very much its work and wanted to let others (and uCore itself) know it. There’s some good work going on here!

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