PRT200

Extech Non-Contact Phase Sequence Tester

Extech Non-Contact Phase Sequence Tester

Description

The Extech Non-Contact Phase Sequence Tester checks phaes sequence and status up to 1000VAC with LED and audible indication.

Features

  • 75 to 1000VAC input voltage with 45 to 65Hz frequency range
  • Fully insulated alligator clips with wide jaws
  • LEDs indicate phase orientation
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$189.99
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The Extech Non-Contact Phase Sequence Tester has a 75 to 1000VAC input voltage with 45 to 65Hz frequency range. The LED lights indicate phase orientation, clockwise or counter-clockwise, and whether each phase is live. The beeper sounds intermittently when a corret phase is detected and continuously if a phase is reversed. The durable housing with back cover magnet is used to attached to an AC distribution panel for easy measurement. The adjustable high/low LED brightness switch allows for measurements in dimly lit area.

Notable Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 4.7 x 2.7 x 1.5" (118 x 69 x 38mm)
  • Weight: 13oz (370g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Tester
  • (3) Built-in 30" test leads with large color-coded alligator clips
  • (4) AA batteries
  • (1) Pouch case
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Extech Non-Contact Phase Sequence Tester PRT200 Non-contact phase sequence tester with alligator clips
$189.99
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