Extech MN24 Electrical Test Kit

Extech MN24 Electrical Test Kit


The Extech Electrical Test Kit includes three basic troubleshooting tools for electrical testing.


  • Tests for faulty wiring in 3-wire receptacles
  • Detects AC Voltage from 100VAC to 600VAC
  • Ideal for common electrical problems
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The Extech Electrical Test Kit includes three meters to test for electrical problems. The MN24 Manual Ranging MiniTec Multimeter has 7 functions including a 1.5V and 9V battery testing under load. Model 40130 Non-Contact Voltage Detector detects AC voltage from 100VAC to 600VAC without touching the source. Model ET15 Receptacle Tester tests for faulty wiring in 3-wire receptacles and detects five wiring faults. The kit is supplied in a storage case that provides protection and organization for the meters whenever they are needed.

Notable Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 9.5x6.8x2.8" (241x173x71mm)
What's Included:
  • (1) Model MN24
  • (1) Model 40130
  • (1) Model ET15
  • (1) Case
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