Salisbury Voltage Detectors are used to verify live or de-energized conductors. These testers may be used with rubber insulating gloves or hot sticks using the splined universal end fitting. Testers indicate the presence of voltage with an extra bright LED light and a distinctive audible signal. It is recommended that the tester be moved closer to conductor until warning is indicated, or it touches conductor, apparatus, or test point. Test the unit on a nearby energized conductor. Each tester requires three “C” batteries (included).
Salisbury Voltage Detector Complete Kits
- 4556 1-4544 Tester 240V to 230kV, 1-21517 Case, 1-2500 Shotgun Adapter
- 4667 1-4644 Tester 240V to 500kV, 1-21517 Case, 1-2500 Shotgun Adapter
- 4769 1-4744 Tester 240V to 69kV, 1-21517 Case, 1-2500 Shotgun Adapter
- 4356 1-4244 Tester 240V to 230kV, 1-21517 Case, 1-2500 Shotgun Adapter
- 4367 1-4344 Tester 240V to 500kV, 1-21517 Case, 1-2500 Shotgun Adapter
- 4469 1-4444 Tester 240V to 69kV, 1-21517 Case, 1-2500 Shotgun Adapter
- 4244 11 x 3.5 ( 279.4 x 89 ) Off / 240V / 4.2kV / 15kV/25kV/35kV/69kV/115kV/230kV
- 4344 11 x 3.5 ( 279.4 x 89 ) Off / 240V / 4.2kV /35kV/69kV/115kV/230kV/345kV/500kV
To assure unit is in operable condition switch tester into “Test-240V” position. The tester may now be tested in several different ways.
- 1. Place head as marked against live wire outlet or equivalent above 110V A.C.
- 2. Rub the head as marked on cloth or clothing to obtain static charge. Unit will only indicate intermittently.
WARNING Do not assume conductors that have been tested de-energized will stay de-energized. Always install proper grounding devices before working. Failure to do so may result in serious injury or death.
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