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G.F.C.I. Outlet Tester - Get the same tester that electrical inspectors use...
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (G.F.C.I.) receptacles can save your life - if they are working properly. G.F.C.I. receptacles may go bad over time. Older G.F.C.I. receptacles are less sensitive, and may not provide protection to personnel. Shortly after G.F.C.I. receptacles first hit the market, a study was performed. According to the study (based on data accumulated by the American Society of Home Inspectors) published in the November/December, 1999 issue of the IAEI News, out of 4,585 G.F.C.I. receptacles tested, 19% had failed. The failures were primarily attributed to damage from short circuits and voltage surges (lightning and other transients) to the metal oxide varistors (MOV) that are used for built-in surge suppression. By inserting the tester and pressing the button, one can learn if a receptacle is G.F.C.I. protected. Follow all instructions that are included with the tester. This tester also tests standard outlets for correct wiring [polarity]. Click on picture to order.
NO-Contact Voltage Tester - Is it really worth taking a chance?
This handy little gadget is used by many electrical inspectors during the course of each day. Simply place the tip of the tester near a wire and it will beep and blink if the wire is live. There is no need to make a direct connection. This voltage tester is battery operated (be sure that batteries are good and do a test on a known live receptacle, wire, or extension cord before actually using). Batteries ARE included. Follow all instructions that are included with the tester. Simply click on the picture to order your voltage tester today!
Klein Tools ET300 Digital Circuit Breaker Finder
Take the guesswork out of what each breaker controls. Plug the transmitter into a receptacle outlet. Slowly hover the receiver across the circuit breaker panel until the arrow lights up and flashes, indicating the corresponding circuit breaker. This is a great tool to help one correctly label the electrical panel. A properly labelled electrical panel is also an important requirement of the 2014 National Electrical Code, Article 408.4.
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