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The new generation of two-pole voltage testers
Already approved according to the new standard
A two-pole voltage tester can be found in every electrician's basic tool kit because it is the only test instrument for establishing the absence of voltage that fully complies with occupational safety regulations.
The updated standard for two-pole voltage testers (DIN VDE 0682-401:2011, DIN EN-61243-3:2010) came into effect on 1 May, 2010 and has a three-year transition period. We've acted without delay and already ensured that all our voltage testers comply with the newest standard. All six testers have been certified by TÜV and GS.
The voltage testers can be used anywhere thanks to their large measuring range from 5 to 690 V. DC and AC are detected automatically.
A light sensor determines the ambient light conditions and activates the background lighting when it gets dark. This extends the battery life considerably.
Load activation / leakage current trigger
A two-way button is used to activate a load which can trigger a 30-mA RCD circuit breaker or prevent inductive reactive power. This prevents the RCD circuit breaker from being triggered accidentally during a test.
The test probe has a unique interlocking mechanism which improves the usability and functionality of the tool.
The voltage tester's enclosure provides all-round protection against water jets and complete sealing against dust – so that it can be used under all conditions.
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