Triplett Test Equipment and Tools’ 3-in-1 circuit breaker finder is used to locate the correct circuit breaker in a panel to which an electrical outlet or fixture is connected. Comparison mode helps to identify the correct breaker when the signal strengths are close.
Fluke’s noncontact AC voltage tester and LED flashlight detects from 90–600V AC. It features dual-sensitivity for two levels of detection: it indicates proximity to an AC voltage source with blue light, and shows when users are at the source with red light. It operates in temperatures between 32°F and 122°F.
Amprobe’s AMB-45 insulation resistance tester tests insulation of wires, cables, transformers and electrical motors. There is a programmable timer to perform the dielectric absorption ratio test and a built-in voltmeter. The internal memory stores measurements for future reference.
AEMC’s CA7028 Wire Mapper Pro is a hand-held structured cable mapping and troubleshooting tester. It detects open circuit pairs, shorts, crossed wires, crossed pairs, reversed pairs, split pairs and shield faults. If the main unit is plugged into an operational RJ-45 socket, it will give a continuous warning tone.
Greenlee’s CMGRT-100A ground-resistance tester is fully auto-ranging, with data hold to capture readings. It operates in temperatures between –4°F and 131°F. It features dual notification through audible tone and visual alert that allows users to perform tasks in a wide range of environments.
Fluke’s FEV100 electric vehicle charging station EVSE test adapter is for performing GFCI troubleshooting and verifying operation within safety standards. The PE pretest checks protective earth. It verifies charging voltage and available current with a multimeter.