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Extech Electrical Troubleshooting Kit

Extech Electrical Troubleshooting Kit

Description

The Extech Electrical Troubleshooting Kit includes a circuit breaker finder with outlet/GFCI tester, continuity checker/wire tracer, and AC voltage detector with flaslight.

Features

  • Push button GFCI test
  • Continuity testing via bright flashing LED and loud pulsating beeper
  • Non-contact detection of AC voltage from 100VAC to 600VAC
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The Extech Electrical Troubleshooting Kit includes all necessary tools to test for electrical applications. The circuit breaker finder quickly locates circuit breakers with an audible and visible alert. The variable sensitivity adjustement is used to pinpoint the correct circuit breaker. Bright red and green LED indicators help users determine if the outlet is correctly wired and identifies six fault conditions.

 

The continuity tester/wire tracer alerts users via the bright flashing LED and loud pulsating beeper. The remote probe with flashing red or green LED allows users to trace up to three cables. The instrument clips on and hangs from the cable(s) under test without support. 

 

The AC voltage detector/flashlight performs non-contact detection of AC voltage from 100VAC to 600VAC. The instrument is built in a rugged, double-molded housing. 

What's Included:
  • (1) Circuit breaker finder
  • (1) Continuity tester/wire tracer
  • (1) AC voltage detector/flashlight
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