- This tester is designed to test in-service grounding and jumpering cable assemblies
- Regular periodic use will ensure that jumper assemblies perform as designed for personal safety
- Tester is completely self contained, portable and sets up in seconds. Any standard 120 volt grounded outlet will provide power to the tester.
- A reference chart is provided for #2, 1/0, 2/0, and 4/0 Str. Cu. cables of specific lengths to determine correct test values
- A built in digital meter allows the operator to easily input the correct voltage specified on the reference chart for various sizes and lengths of cable
- A built in digital ammeter tells the operator if the assembly is in good working condition
- Test electrodes are available to fit a variety of grounding equipment including elbows, grounding bushings, and ball socket clamps
- Maximum voltage output is limited to protect the operator
- Pressure sensitive inspection labels are available to tag cables after testing
|Set Product as New to Date||No|
|Usually Ships||3 to 7 days|
|Country of Origin||USA|
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NFPA 70E Training
Any doubts that your company is compliant? Your employees safe?
The 2015 Edition of the NFPA 70E recommendations are in print and take effect January 1, 2015.
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