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Receptacle & GFCI Testers & Analyzers

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Receptacle and ground-fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) testers indicate problems with electrical outlets and receptacles that may lead to shock, fires, or other harmful conditions. They plug into or otherwise connect to standard outlets and use colored lights to identify the presence of electrical hazards or when receptacles are in proper working order. Select testers also measure the spring tension of outlets to ensure tight and secure connections and that critical equipment remains plugged into the outlet without becoming loose and falling out. These handheld tools help electricians and contractors identify unbalanced electrical currents, spikes, or issues related to installation and wiring that could potentially lead to dangerous conditions.

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Receptacle Testers

Receptacle Testers
Receptacle testers plug into outlets and power receptacles to diagnose electrical problems due to faulty wiring and confirm that outlets are in good working order. They have a visual indicator that lights up to ensure live, neutral, and ground lines are wired appropriately within the outlet.

CAT I 120V

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CAT I 120/208V

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CAT I 125V

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CAT I 125/250V

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CAT I 250V

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CAT I 277V

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CAT I 347V

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Not Rated

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GFCI Testers

GFCI Testers
GFCI testers plug into or otherwise connect to outlets and power receptacles to measure the time it takes to trip the ground-fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) device. These compact units confirm that outlets are in good working order and that live, neutral, and ground wires are connected properly.

CAT I 120V

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CAT III 300V

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CAT III 1000V

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Not Rated

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GFCI & AC Circuit Analyzers

GFCI & AC Circuit Analyzers

GFCI and AC circuit analyzers are handheld instruments that connect to electrical outlets for testing and diagnostics. They read true RMS waveforms to identify voltage spikes under load, false ground, inadequate ground impedance, and other flaws which may lead to the inefficient operation of electrical equipment. They also test GFCI and EPD circuits to ensure internal safety and testing mechanisms are working appropriately. These circuit analyzers help electricians and contractors troubleshoot outlets and receptacles to improve performance and identify problems that could lead to shock, fires, and other electrical hazards.

CAT II 300V

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CAT III 300V

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