Sperry Instruments VD7504GFI DualCheck 2-in-1 Non-Contact Voltage Detector + GFCI Outlet Circuit Analyzer, 360° Visual & Audible Indicators, 50-1000V AC, 250 lb. Crush Rating
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Engineered to specifications required by professional electricians the innovative 2-in-1 dualcheck tester from Sperry Instruments saves you time and money, while providing quality you can trust. This patent-pending dual-ended tester incorporates 2 of the most popular testers used by electricians, inspectors, technicians and homeowners into a single unit. Engineered with an exclusive design and latest technology gfci outlet tester on one end and a 50-1000v ac non-contact voltage tester on the other the dualcheck quickly provides an accurate analysis of any 120 volt receptacle. The non-contact voltage tester detects 50-1000v ac and features a bright 360 degree led visual indicator along with an audible beeping indicator of the presence of voltage. On the other end our best-in-class gfci outlet tester's advanced circuitry and proprietary design precisely detects the required low resistance values (less than 10Ohms) on ground wire instantly and features a clear and easy-to understand single led readout indicating correct wiring or bad ground, open neutral, hot/gnd reverse, hot/neu reverse and open hot wiring errors without the need to memorize or interpret a chart. Designed for the jobsite this tester features hi-impact abs housing with a 250 lb crush rating and the ability to withstand drops of up to 10 feet. Conceived with long workdays in mind this unit also offers over-molded grips to ensure user comfort during repeated or prolonged use. Backed by a lifetime warranty this tool will take up less space in your toolbox and increase your productivity for years to come. Unit requires a single Lr44 battery for operation of the non-contact tester (included in pkg).
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