Fluke Corp.’s T6-1,000 electrical tester measures voltage to 1,000V AC through the open fork without test leads. There is no need to open covers or remove wire nuts and it can measure voltage and current. It takes measurements by sliding a single wire into the open fork. The hold button temporarily freezes the reading for easy viewing. On wires up...
Burndy’s PAT46LWL5 18V DC Patriot battery-operated latch head crimper features a 2-in. jaw opening and a 355-degree head rotation. It is ergonomically balanced, lightweight and comes with a 120V AC charger. The crimp force capacity is 15 tons.
Matco Tools’ 1/4-in. drive fixed torque wrench features a durable 72-tooth teardrop reversible ratchet head and an audible click or impulse when the torque setting is reached. The handle is made of anodized aluminum with a nonslip diamond knurl. The retractable lock ring prevents accidental change of torque setting.
AEMC’s 6424 ground resistance tester is designed for testing commercial, residential and light industrial grounding systems. It features an automatic verification of the injector auxiliary rod connection. It measures voltage up to 600V AC/DC. The two- and three-point testing enables measuring of continuity, bonding and ground resistance.
Greenlee’s CMF-110 10-in. flex clamp meter measures true rms AC current, AC voltage, resistance, frequency and inrush current. It operates in temperatures between 0°C and 50°C. The flexible Rogowski coil maneuvers around cables that are hard to reach or deep within cabinets. The frequency rating is between 20 kHz and 30 kHz.
Fulham’s WorkHorse LED-connected driver is a programmable 40W, 0–10V constant-current driver. Using web and iOS apps, users can customize lighting control parameters in accordance with site-specific needs and building energy codes.