Tester Products

Commercial Electric's 2-in-1 dual-check tester has a 50–1,000V AC noncontact voltage detector on one end and a GFCI outlet circuit analyzer on the other.

Klein Tools’ ET250 AC/DC voltage and continuity tester measures up to 600V AC/DC. It also tests GFCI-protected circuits, uses standard replaceable test leads, and automatically powers on and selects the correct measurement mode. 

EXFO Inc.’s MaxTester 635G handheld DSL and copper testing device helps service providers install and maintain G.fast, VDSL2-35b, VDSL2- and ADSL2+ deployments. It features touchscreen navigation and Ookla’s Speedtest, so operators in residential services can measure upload and download speeds. 

EXFO Inc.’s TK1-V2 Tier 1 and Tier 2 tester combines an OLTS and an OTDR and features automated test routines. It has an 8-in. multitouch screen, built-in connectivity, an automated inspection probe, 
a broadband power meter and a CW source mode.

Platinum Tools’ T130 VDV MapMaster 3.0 cable tester is capable of continuity testing, mapping, tone generator and length measurement. It tests Cat 7, Cat 6a, Cat 6, Cat 5e, Cat 5, Cat 4 and Cat 3 shielded and unshielded cables and voice and coaxial cables. It features a large backlit display, glow-in-the-dark keypad, a built-in flashlight, audible beep verification and single-ended testing.
Hioki’s FT 6380 clamp-on ground tester measures grounding resistance by clamping to multiple-grounded ground wires. It can measure leak current with 0.01-mA resolution (at 20.00-mA range) and load current up to 60.0A range. For resistance and current measurements, it beeps when the measured value differs from the threshold. 

Southwire Tools’ Bluetooth-enabled multimeter, in combination with Southwire’s Mapp mobile app, enables users to view, record and share readings on their smartphone. It has an IP-67 waterproof and dust-tight housing, true rms and Low Z readings, backlit controls, a built-in work light and a magnetic hanging strap. 

Ideal Industries’ Vol-Con Elite digital voltage tester works with AC voltage from 24–600V AC and DC voltage from 6–220V DC. It has a visual and audible warning, audible continuity, a low-battery indicator, noncontact voltage indication (40–600V AC) and replaceable silicone test leads. 

Southwire Tools’ Pro 40040S continuity tester has a double-molded housing. It emits a loud, pulsating beep and LEDs flash to indicate a positive continuity. Its bicolor LED determines polarity. A detachable remote indicator is included for tracing multiple cable runs.

AEMC’s line of handheld megohmmeters measure insulation resistance up to 200 GΩ and have selectable test voltages from 10V to 1,000V. They automatically discharge at the end of the test; have manual, lock and timer test modes; and use an active voltmeter to detect live voltage prior to starting a test.