Southwire Tools’ 21550T 400A AC/DC clamp meter has a built-in, noncontact, AC voltage detector and includes functions such as max/min, resistance, capacitance, continuity, temperature and diode. It has a third-hand test probe holder and an LED work light.
DeWalt’s 20 Max rotary laser level measures up to 2,000 ft. with an accuracy of 1 / 16 in. at 100 ft. It has an IP-67 rating for debris and water resistance and 2-meter drop protection. It also has up and down plumb dots, a dual-axis slope mode and a scan mode, which takes measurements at 15, 45 and 90...
Fluke Networks’ Pro3000F filtered probe features a filter that removes signal interference at 50 or 60 HZ and their harmonics. It has a 10-mile range and a loudspeaker that allows toning through drywall.
Emerson’s Greenlee 5882A 1-kV handheld megohmmeter is designed to test insulation resistance measuring up to 200 GΩ. It has five preset test voltages: 50V, 100V, 250V, 500V and 1,000V, and three preset alarms: continuity, resistance and voltage. It has a backlit LCD digital display, a 300-entry data storage, a timer to ensure data accuracy and selectable automatic five-minute standby mode...
Flir’s DM66 digital multimeter features low impedance mode, frequency, diode, capacitance and Type K thermocouple input for temperature measurement. It includes AC/DC measurement, safe non-contact voltage detection, a flashing backlight and audible indicator.
General Tools’ ToolSmart Bluetooth infrared thermometer saves all data to the ToolSmart app over Bluetooth connection. With the app, users can apply temperature readings to images for quick reference or use their smart device as a second screen for easier visibility and to simplify two-person jobs.
Hioki’s CM4141 AC True rms clamp meter can measure AC A, AC and DC V, DC+AC V, resistance, frequency, temperature and more. It has a -25–65° operating temperature range, an IP-50 dustproof and waterproof enclosure, and a current measurement capability up to 2,000A.
Sperry’s LAN WireTracker tone and probe wire tracer traces and identifies coaxial, Cat 5, speaker, phone or any nonenergized wire. Audial and visual indicators identify the signal strength while the adjustable sensitivity dial ensures positive identification of a single wire when multiple wires are routed in close proximity.
Ideal Industries’ 61-164 SureTest circuit analyzer measures voltage drop under load, detects hot and neutral conductor impedances, estimates load on line up to 15A, and tests GFCIs and EPD for proper operation. It has a bright OLED display, tests without disturbing sensitive loads, and identifies false grounds and proper wiring in three-wire receptacles.
AEMC Instruments’ 6681 cable locator detects buried telecommunications cables, electric power and other cables, and metal pipes during installations of CAT III or lower, at voltages of 300V or less. It can locate open circuits, shorts, track cables and locate fuses or circuit breakers. The system includes a transmitter, a receiver and accessories. The transmitter and receiver both have a...