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GFCI Receptacle Tester with LCD

RT250

  • GFCI Receptacle Tester features a large backlit LCD readout of voltage and clear indication of wiring conditions
  • LCD readout shows the time required to trip a GFCI device
  • Detect and identify common wiring faults
  • Patent pending detection of Open Neutral Open Ground wiring fault
  • Auto-Hold is convenient for hard-to-reach outlets
  • Bright green and red LEDs illuminate for visual indicators
  • CAT II 135V safety rating
  • Durable 6.6-Foot (2 m) drop protection
  • For use on 3-wire, North American 120V electrical outlets only
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The RT250 is an electrical receptacle tester that tests the wiring conditions at an electrical outlet and inspects GFCI devices. The LCD displays the voltage, identifies the wiring fault, and the time required to trip a GFCI device. It is designated for use with North American 3-wire 120V electrical outlets.

Specifications
Type:
GFCI Receptacle Tester
Application:
Detects and Identifies Common Wiring Problems in GFCI Receptacles
Special Features:
Large LCD Display; Patent Pending Detection of Open Neutral Open Ground Wiring Fault; Shows Amount of Time it Takes to Trip GFCI
Material:
ABS and Electrical Components
Drop Protection:
6.6' (2 m)
AFCI:
No
GFCI:
Yes, Including Time to Trip Device
Voltage:
135V AC
Batteries:
2 x AAA
Included:
2 x 1.5V AAA Alkaline Batteries and Manual
Standard:
CAT II 135V Safety Rating
Overall Length:
4.5'' (11.4 cm)
Overall Height:
1.1'' ( 27.9 cm)
Overall Width:
2'' (5.1 cm)
Weight:
4.8 oz (136 g)
UPC:
092644693212
Additional Information
Warnings
  • Read, understand, and follow all warnings, cautions, safety information, and instructions in the manual before operating or servicing this tester. Failure to follow instructions could result in death or serious injury.
  • Always consult a qualified electrician to resolve wiring problems.