Stray Voltage Detector
Published: January 2006
HD Electric Co.'s stray voltage detector is used to detect low stray voltage that may be present within electrically conductive sources. Users hold it with a bare or gloved hand or by using the optional extension handle, creating a “virtual ground” and directly contacting the metal tip of the detector to the potentially energized source.
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