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Voltage Detector, 90 to 600VAC

FLUKE

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  • Item # 1DGY1
  • Mfr. Model # Fluke-LVD2
  • UNSPSC # 41113637
  • Catalog Page # 829
  • Shipping Weight 0.15 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemVoltage Detector
  • Voltage Range90 to 600VAC
  • IndicationVisual
  • Battery TypeAAA
  • Safety RatingCAT IV 600V
  • FlashlightYes
  • On/Off SwitchYes
  • Length5-1/2"
  • Switch TypeButton
  • Special FeaturesDual Sensitivity, Flashlight
  • Operating Temp.32 Degrees to 122 Degrees F
  • IncludesAAA Battery, Instructions
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length90 days
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Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 15reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by awesome tool all by. itself, a must have. Had mine for several months as a safety device its sensitivity is great because i like to be safe not sorry, than be dead. if there is power it tells you, i dont work electricity with my eyes closed, lights are good , until im out in the bright sun, then it can be tricky August 23, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Useless waste of money I'm a huge fan of fluke but this volt sick is really disappointing, paid. $60 odd dollars for it first of all it doesn't have sound seriously ??? Why would you not have a tone on a volt stick. Next the blue light just makes you second guess yourself it's unnecessary and to top it off mine broke after only having it for a month I don't do any heavy work I haven't dropped it. Thought fluke would have made minor changes from their previous volt stick which is great but no let's make a new product which is nothing like the previous which worked perfectly fine .... Logic !! October 1, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by compact unit a positive Very sensitive, the blue light ? go figure I don't get the reason for having it. would be nice if you could turn off the light to save battery power. It does still indicate live wires even after the torch fails due to battery wastage. Could make some positive changes to suit use for electricians. Ottlec Electrical Brisbane Australia September 16, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good tester - after learning what the colors mean I've had this tester for a couple of weeks now and have learned to use it effectively. It is different from most NCV testers in that it gives you a proximity alert (blue light) and a positive contact (red light) indication. That is useful when trying to locate specific wires. The LED light is a nice feature. It really helps to not have to hold a flashlight and the tester in dark rooms - and it also works as an indicator to show you the tester is turned on. August 19, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good tester - after learning what the colors mean I've had this tester for a couple of weeks now and have learned to use it effectively. It is different from most NCV testers in that it gives you a proximity alert (blue light) and a positive contact (red light) indication. That is useful when trying to locate specific wires. The LED light is a nice feature. It really helps to not have to hold a flashlight and the tester in dark rooms - and it also works as an indicator to show you the tester is turned on. August 19, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great unit that would be perfect if they could put a reliable pushbutton switch to replace the junk they now have. Also a better, more secure pocket clip. Am on my fourth one and dropping it out of my shirt pocket did the other three in. Broke the locking tab that holds the switch/battery retainer in. Love Fluke products Have tried the Milwaukee and Greenlee and the Fluke is vastly superior in my opinion. But it could be improved! July 10, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by LVD2 Volt pen I would love to write reviews on Fluke products all day as I'm a BIG fan of fluke products.The LVD2 volt pen is a bit over the top for what most sparkys need, I like the idea of the white LED light but would like to see an on/off switch as the light zaps the battery.I fail to understand the Blue LED light, as again most sparkys just want to know if a power source is live, so I don't get that part at all...The LVD2 is overly sensitive and even picks up the static from your hands and fingers if you touch the tip end it realy is that sensitive. January 7, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by LVD2 Volt pen I would love to write reviews on Fluke products all day as I'm a BIG fan of fluke products.The LVD2 volt pen is a bit over the top for what most sparkys need, I like the idea of the white LED light but would like to see an on/off switch as the light zaps the battery.I fail to understand the Blue LED light, as again most sparkys just want to know if a power source is live, so I don't get that part at all...The LVD2 is overly sensitive and even picks up the static from your hands and fingers if you touch the tip end it realy is that sensitive. January 7, 2013
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We need a voltage detector for Class 1 Div 1 area.
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following: This detector is not intrinsically safe. We currently do not offer a non-contact voltage detector that is rated intrinsically safe. We do have the Fluke 28IIEX/ETL digital multimeter (24K480) which is intrinsically safe.
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Reviewer NME404 mentions that the LVD2 detects Hot and Neutral. What does he mean by that? How does it indicate that?
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following: Fluke does not make any claims regarding this items ability to distinguish a hot wire from a neutral wire. Additionally, we can not speculate on the meaning of other reviewer’s comments. For further assistance or information, please call a local branch or 1-800-323-0620.
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