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Hastings Hot Line Indicator

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Hastings Hot Line Indicator 0-46KV or 69-500KV.

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  • Designed for both distribution and transmission use
  • Both models verify line conditions / voltage prior to use with an audible signal plus flashing lights
  • The audible signal is 90 decibels, and banks of red lights flash intermittently to warn the operator of voltage potential
  • Both units incorporate a single push button on-switch that is timer oriented and will automatically shut the unit off after a period of inactivity
  • Each time the Hastings Hot Line Indicator is turned on, each model will run through a pre-programmed test cycle and a green pilot light will remain on, indicating the unit is operating properly
  • The distribution model 6701 includes a wide range of pre-set voltage levels (600V, 2000V, 7000V, 11000V), which assist the operator in determining whether full line voltage or a lesser voltage is present
  • The transmission model is for voltage ranges from 69KV to 500KV
  • Both units include 2" diameter hook for contacting conductor and switch gear. Each unit comes with a universal fitting and must be attached to an approved hot stick or hot line tool before use.
  • Includes carrying case
  • Operates on a 9-volt battery, also included
  • Bushing adapters available for 6701. For URD applications.

Hot Line Indicator Models

  • Model 6701: 0-46KV Hot Line Indicator with Carrying Case, Battery, Conductor Hook, Operating Instructions and Safety Guide
  • Model 6701-1: Same as 6701 with Larger Storage Case for Storing Bushing Adapters
  • Model 6780: 69-500KV Transmission Hot Line Indicator

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-H-67
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 3 to 5 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Hastings


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