DV26

Extech DV26 Non-Contact Voltage Detector with Flashlight

Extech DV26 Non-Contact Voltage Detector with Flashlight

Description

The Extech Non-Contact Voltage Detector provides audible and visual alarms when it detects live voltage.

Features

  • Detects AC voltage from 100 to 1000VAC
  • Green LED indicator lights up when powered on and ready to use
  • Tip fits into outlets or against wire insulation testing
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The rugged CAT IV rated non-contact voltage detector displays a green LED light when it is powered on and ready for use. When flashing a red LED with audible beeper sounds, this indicates the presence of live wires. The convenient built-in bright flashlight allows for viewing in dimly lit areas.

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Extech DV26 Non-Contact Voltage Detector with Flashlight DV26 Non-contact AC voltage detector with flashlight
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