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AC Circuit Analyzer, 95 to 140V

  • Item# 6UNU9
  • Mfr. Model# INSP-3
  • Catalog Page# 692
  • UNSPSC# 39121406
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  • Shipping Weight 1.25 lbs.
Country of Origin USA Country of Origin is subject to change.
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Technical Specs

  • Item AC Circuit Analyzer
  • Voltage 95 to 140VAC
  • Indicator LCD
  • Load Current 6 mA for GFCI, 30mA for EPD
  • Safety Rating CAT II 120V
  • Standards EN61010-1:2001
  • Includes Power Cord, 9V Alkaline Battery (Installed), Users Manual, Carrying Case
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
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  • This item is restricted for international sale.

Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by 34reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by warranty had to return unit under warranty, took 2 weeks for new unit toarrive January 26, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by 4 uses Used to tool 4 times before screen showed internal failure on the display and quit working. October 20, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by did not trip the AFCI breaker used it to check on s remodeling wiring, the device did not trip any of the AFCI, worked well for GFI and voltage drop. Sent it back May 26, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by very handy tool was very accurate, and fast, did what I wanted it to do very accurately April 17, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quick and easy When I need to determine the quality of circuitry in a building, this is my go to tool. Plug it in and get all the information in less than a minute per receptacle.Since working with it for a couple of years, I wouldn't be without it. Gives me more information about a circuit on one screen than other tools combined, and much quicker. April 2, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great tester Even though coltage drop is only a recomendation in the NEC it needs to be properly calcuated and checked, This tool does an excellent job in testing voltage drop under load. It also adds the great features of GFCI and AFCI tester. You do need to read the reviews below on how to properly use this tool on those circuits to prevent an instant trip on the circuit. April 1, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by I like it, helps with troubleshooting. Excellent tool for the trained electrician. You need to spen some time with it getting to learn and understand its readings.The manual does not indicate How to reset the tool once you are done testing your GFCI.1-Press the GFCI button before you plug into it.2-once test is complete and the GFCI has tripped and unit is off. Press the GFCI button again.3-Hit the reset button on the GFCI. Now you can get all other readings.I found if you did not do this it will constantly trip the GFCI and not allow you to get any other readings. January 10, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Waiting to get it right... My vendor tells me that NONE of the AFCI testers are doing great in the field, so while my review contains some criticism of Amprobe, I have my doubts that there are "better" testers out there. According to my contact, there should be a satisfactory replacement by June 2014.I ordered an Amprobe Insp 3 and have attempted to use it twice.The first time was out of the box and I simply tested some AFCI circuit breakers by wiring a receptacle directly to a few different breakers in my own electrical panel. Testing the AFCIs seemed to work great; I was very happy.However, when I tried to use it to test knob and tube circuits for voltage drops in a customer's house, the tester would immediately trip AFCI circuit breakers.I simply wanted to test the circuits/wiring and NOT the AFCIs. In other words, I would turn the unit on, plug it into a receptacle and the breaker would trip before any test could be performed. I tried this with 2 different AFCI circuit breakers with the same results. The same thing also happened with a GFCI receptacle. I did NOT touch the AFCI or the GFCI buttons during these tests. One thought did occur to me: if the AFCI protected circuits had shared neutrals, maybe that was causing the breaker to trip. Unsure.So, to eliminate that possibility and just to make sure it wasn't the wiring, I attached a receptacle directly to each AFCI circuit breaker at the electrical panel and had the same results -again, I did not touch the AFCI button. I also did do an AFCI trip test by turning on the unit, pressing the AFCI button and plugging it into the receptacle I had attached to the breaker -I got a clean AFCI test with a good test result.I feel I understand how to use this tester: before purchasing, I read the instructions online and watched Amprobe's (and other's) youtube videos to help me decide whether or not to purchase. Before using the tool, I also read the instructions.Essentially my issue is this: I can't make a voltage drop test on an AFCI breaker without near-instantly tripping the AFCI before the test even seems to start.I have contacted Amprobe tech support, they agree that there is a problem, and they instructed me to contact my vender for a replacement. May 5, 2014
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