Before starting work on live parts, it must be ensured that the system is electrically isolated. In addition to the standard work of electricians or electrical specialists, this now also applies to work on electrical cars and e-scooters, which is why the two-pole voltage tester is also part of 'every car repair workshop's basic equipment. Thanks to the large measuring range from 12 to 1,000 V AC or 1,500 V DC and compliance with the highest safety level CAT IV, the voltage tester is also suited for testing hybrid and electric vehicles as well as photovoltaic systems. Thanks to the illuminated LED display, during a measurement, the present voltage is 'shown' on an 8-level scale, as well as 'the' actual value in the illuminated LC display. The voltage and continuity tester additionally offers the option of single-pole phase testing, optical rotational field display, as well as automatic polarity recognition. In addition, it can be used for quick one-handed testing thanks to the integrated spacer. Due to the integrated 'measuring' point illumination, the two-pole voltage tester is also suited for work in poorly 'lit working' environments. For additional safety, a low battery charge is indicated directly on the LC display. It is complaint with the standards EN 61010-1 and EN 61243-3:2014.
240 x 75 x 30 mm
CAT IV 1.000 V
IEC/EN 61010-1, IEC/EN 61243-3:2014, IP64, CE
To ensure electrical isolation.For voltage testing, flow testing and rotational field testing.Also suited for testing hybrid and electric vehicles as well as photovoltaic systems.