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AC Sensor

Determine if there is 50-1000 Volts AC with a red glow alert

(4 customer reviews)

Part #99000

AC Sensor

Determine if there is 50-1000 Volts AC with a red glow alert

(4 customer reviews)

Prevent electrical shock with this simple tool to located dangerous defective grounds. This handheld device helps you determine the presence or absence of 50-1000 Volts AC in insulated wires, wall receptacles, fuses, junction boxes, and voltage carrying electrical systems. The bright, red glow indicates AC voltage.

Part #99000

$41.99 CAD
136 In Stock

Features:

  • Proudly made in the USA
  • Non-contact detection of 50-1000 VAC
  • Includes 2 replaceable AAA alkaline batteries
  • Senses voltage without metallic contact
  • Outstanding safety instrument.
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  1. Kim

    Kim

    Love it

    Only one I use in an industrial atmosphere, I can follow the hot as it curls around in the so cord. Doesn’t read noise on ground either. This is the only kind I use at work and home

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  2. Bill

    Bill

    Just buy it. You won’t regret it.

    I like the fact that you have to actually touch the wire for it to register. Overall best volt tic I’ve ever owned. Perfect for crowded cabinets.

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  3. john

    john

    Five Stars

    Everyone should have one of these for electrical testing of receptacles and appliances.

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  4. Stu

    Stu

    Have had one of these for years, still works …

    Have had one of these for years , still works but the cap is taped together only reason for that because I lost it at work in our parking lot at work and it layed under a snow bank , found in spring , installed new batteries and it worked.Fast shipping

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