Published: April 2013
Amprobe’s INSP-3 wiring inspector is a rugged circuit tester that checks whether a building’s wiring is in compliance with the NEC, especially voltage drop under load. Without scrolling or switching screens, users can identify issues with splices, connections and conductor quality. The flashing screen clearly indicates incorrect wiring or failures, and it will not trip circuit breakers or blow fuses during the test.
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