Amprobe’s 110–125V AC, 0.3W ST-102B receptacle tester is designed to test GFCI breakers for proper wiring and operation. The light indicators show common wiring problems, and the GFCI circuit trips to confirm the tester is working.
Platinum Tools’ TPS200C PoE tester requires no batteries and can be used inline with an actual PoE device to measure current flow or by itself in powered device simulation mode to determine the maximum power available from the PoE power source. It measures DC voltage from 3.5V–56V and power up to 280W. There is an automatic mode, polarity detection and...
Megger’s TPT320 voltage tester features LCD and LED displays that provide AC and DC voltage measurement from 12V to 690V. The LED torch allows safe work in poorly lit environments. The phase rotation indication feature is simplified, avoiding the crossing of test probes.
Fluke’s T+Pro electrical tester indicates the presence of voltage, even when the batteries are dead. It alerts the user to the presence of voltage in dark or noisy environments with the light and vibration notifications. The hold function will freeze the display for easy reading.
AEMC’s C.A 6116N multifunction installation tester is designed for sectors including industrial, residential and others. It measures continuity, resistance, insulation, earth and selective earth, loop impedances, and type A and AC RCDs, as well as voltage, frequency and more. It can store up to 1,000 tests, which can be downloaded.
Klein Tools’ LAN Scout Jr. 2 cable tester enables users to test for open, short, miswire or split-pair faults, crossover and shield. The large backlit LCD for low-lit areas displays pin-to-pin wiremap results. The user interface features three buttons with simple, easy-to-identify test responses.