Extech AC Circuit Load Tester

Extech AC Circuit Load Tester


The Extech AC Circuit Load Tester quickly checks AC outlet load handling capabilities plus outlet tester functions.


  • Selectable loads of 12, 15 and 20 Amps
  • Measures loaded and unloaded AC line voltage
  • Neutral to ground voltage
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The Extech AC Circuit Load Tester quickly checks AC outlet load handling capabilities plus outlet tester functions. The AC load tester has selectable loads of 12, 15, and 20 amps. It measures loaded and unloaded AC line voltage. The tester also calculates and measures percent voltage drop, line impedance, peak line voltage, and frequency. The outlet tester measures hot, neutral, or ground impedance on open or reversed wiring.

Notable Specifications:
  • AC voltage: 90.0 to 240.0V
  • Frequency: 45.0 to 65.0Hz
  • Peak line voltage: 350.0V
  • % Voltage drop: 0.1 to 99.9%
  • Dimensions: 8x2.8x2" (203.2x71.1x50.8mm)
  • Weight: 11.2oz (317.5g)
What's Included:
  • (1) AC circuit load tester
  • (1) AC test cord (standard North American 3-prong plug)
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