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Extech TG20: Wire Tracer Kit

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Identify wire pairs, check continuity & test telephone line polarity

Availability: In stock

$19.99

Description

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  • Transmitter with output cables terminated in modular RJ11 phone connector
  • Transmitter injects traceable signal into cables, checks telephone lines, and performs continuity checks
  • Non-Contact probe audibly identifies selected wire or cable
  • Easily trace wires from source to termination
  • Test for properly operating phone lines
  • Adjustable sensitivity control improves wire identification and eliminates false detection
  • Continuity test — visible indication
  • Dimensions/Weight: Probe - 8.7x2x1.3” (220x50x32mm)/ 3.2oz (91g); Transmitter - 2.6x2.7x1.1” (65x68x28mm)/ 3.2oz (91g)
  • Complete with Wire Tracer Probe and Transmitter with RJ11 phone connector and pair of alligator clips, and two 9V batteries

TG20 Applications

  • Identify wire pairs
  • Trace telephone cables
  • Check continuity
  • Test telephone line polarity

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-TG20
Set Product as New to Date No
Specification No
Clamp Meter Type N/A
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year
Mfr. Model # TG20
Usually Ships 3 to 7 days
Standards CE Approved

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