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Non-Contact Voltage Tester

NCVT-1

  • Non-contact detection of voltage in cables, cords, circuit breakers, lighting fixtures, switches, outlets, and wires
  • High intensity, bright green LED indicates the tester is operational and aids in illuminating the workspace
  • When voltage is detected, a high intensity, bright red LED illuminates and a warning tone sounds
  • Discrete digitally controlled ON/OFF power button
  • Auto power-off feature conserves and extends battery life
  • Microprocessor controlled low-battery indicator and tester shutdown
  • CAT IV 1000 Volt safety rating provides expanded operation and protection
  • 50 to 1000 Volt AC power operating range allows broad application
  • Durable polycarbonate plastic resin construction
  • Lightweight compact design with a convenient clip to fit securely in your pocket
  • Package contains insert card w/ integrated owner's manual and 2 AAA 1.5 volt batteries
  • 9.8 ft / 3 m drop protection
  • Conforms to CE requirements
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Use this Non-Contact Voltage Tester to detect standard voltage in cables, cords, circuit breakers, lighting fixtures, switches, outlets and wires. A bright green LED will tell you the tester is working and also functions as a worklight. It changes to red and warning tones sound when voltage is detected.

Specifications
Special Features:
Green Led Turns Off and Red Led Illuminates Continuously.
Drop Protection:
9.8 ft (3 m)
Voltage:
50 - 1000V AC
Frequency:
50 - 500 Hz
Pollution Degree:
2
Standard:
CAT IV 1000V
Weight w/Batteries:
1.6 oz (45 g)
Batteries:
2 x AAA
Overall Length:
5.5'' (139.7 mm)
Overall Height:
1'' (25.4 mm)
Overall Width:
0.719'' (18.3 mm)
Weight:
0.80 oz (22.7 g)
UPC:
092644690006
Additional Information
Warnings
  • Read, understand, and follow all warnings, cautions, safety information, and instructions in this manual before operating or servicing this tester. Failure to follow instructions could result in death or serious injury.
  • Never assume neutral or ground wires are de-energized. Neutrals in multi-wire branch circuits may be energized when disconnected and must be retested before handling.