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Probe-PRO Tracing Probe

VDV500-123

  • Traces non-energized wiring when used with Toner-Pro Tone Generator (VDV500-063, sold separately)
  • Responsive, durable, replaceable non-metallic, conductive tip
  • Work light for use in dark spaces
  • 3.5 mm headphone jack for noisy environments (headphones not included)
  • Terminal block on probe to confirm the toned pair has been located
  • Tool-less, twist-and-lock replacement tip (VDV999-068) available
  • One push power button with power-on LED indicator - no need to hold button down
  • Auto power-off
  • Low battery indicator
  • 4 x AAA batteries included
  • Includes a loop for a lanyard
  • Works with Klein's Scout Pro, Lan Scout, Jr. and Commander series of testers
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The professional series Probe-Pro Tone Tracer traces non-active wiring when used with Toner-Pro Tone Generator (VDV500-063, sold separately). It features a responsive, durable, replaceable non-metallic, conductive tip and a work light for use in dark spaces. A headphone jack allows for headphone (not included) use in extreme noise environments. The terminal block confirms the toned pair has been located.

Specifications
Type:
Accessory Probe
Application:
Wire Tracing
Special Features:
Worklight, Stay on Power Button
Material:
Plastic and Metal
Batteries:
4 x AAA
Battery Life:
25 hours
Low Battery Indicator:
Yes
Power On LED Indicator:
Yes
Auto-Power Off:
Yes
Adjustable Volume:
Yes
Amplifier Overload Indication:
No
Continuity Testing:
No
Tones:
N/A
Visual Notification:
LED
Replaceable Tip:
Yes
Includes:
4 x AAA Batteries
Overall Length:
1.4'' (3.6 cm)
Overall Height:
9'' (22.7 cm)
Overall Width:
1.2'' (3.0 cm)
Weight:
5.7 oz (0.2 kg)
UPC:
092644692345
Additional Information
Warnings
  • Carefully read all instructions.
  • Read all safety information before using.
  • Do NOT use on energized circuits.
  • Do not use instruments if it is wet, as it could pose a shock hazard.
  • Do not use instruments if it is damaged in any way.
  • Turn off instrument and disconnect all test leads before attempting to replace batteries.
  • Do not open the case, other than the battery compartment.
  • Battery door must be in place and secure before you operate.