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.
Flir’s VP50-2 is a noncontact voltage detector featuring light, vibration and beeper feedback alarms and a powerful LED flashlight. Users can check if an AC circuit is live before beginning work, detect voltage on exposed conducting parts or through insulation and more.
Greenlee’s V-Detect AC voltage detector alerts first responders to potentially dangerous high voltage. It is sealed to resist water penetration, and the loud beeper and flashing LEDs indicate voltage is present. An extension stick allows distance between user and electricity.
Megger’s VF5 AC noncontact voltage detector has a 120V to 1,000V voltage range. It is designed to be used to check for the presence of AC voltage, which is indicated by a red LED situated within the white nylon tip, an audible sounder and a vibration alert. It operates between 32°F and 122°F.
AEMC’s 275HVD noncontact high-voltage detector has an 8-position switch to select the detection range. As the sensor is moved closer to the voltage-carrying conductor, it picks up the radiated electric field. Once the threshold is reached, the buzzer sounds and a red warning light alerts the operator of live conductors. It can be used inside and outside.
Jonard Tools’ VT-1100 noncontact, dual-range voltage detector pen is designed to identify the presence of AC voltage in outlets, switches, circuit breakers and more. The built-In LED flashlight helps users see in dark places. It detects low voltage from 24–1,000V AC and high voltage from 90–1,000V AC. It automatically shuts off after five minutes to preserve battery life.