New wire tracer kit with safety in mind

Beha-Amprobe has introduced the AT-6010-EUR Advanced Wire Tracer Kit, designed to make it easier and safer to locate energised and de-energised wires, breakers and fuses. The kit is comprised of two modules: the transmitter is connected to the circuit, and the receiver easily detects the signal in the wires or cables behind walls, ceilings and floors.

The simple, one-button operated AT-6010-TE transmitter module works on circuits up to 600V AC/DC in Category I through Category III electrical environments, allowing for work directly on an energised circuit without the need to take equipment offline. The AT-6010-RE receiver module features a large LCD screen with an energised/de-energised indicator, a two digit readout and a bar graph indicating signal strength, a sound indicator to easily determine wire location, and sensitivity adjustment. In hard-to-reach areas, the receiver’s tip sensor can be used to trace wires in corners, tight spaces and junction boxes.

The transmitter features high signal mode for general tracing and a loop mode designed specifically for locating shorts, as well as two optimal tracing frequencies that are automatically activated based on the detected voltage.

The Beha-Amprobe AT-6010-EUR Advanced Wire Tracer Kit can also be used for the following applications:

  • Connected to RCD-protected circuits
  • Finding breaks and opens
  • Finding shorts
  • Tracing wires in metal conduit
  • Tracing shielded wires
  • Tracing underground wires
  • Tracing low voltage wires and data cables
  • Sorting bundled wires
  • Mapping a circuit with test leads
  • Tracing breakers on a system with light dimmers

The AT-6010-EUR is also compatible with the Beha-Amprobe CT-400-EUR Signal Clamp accessory for inducing a tracing signal on the cable when there is no access to bare conductors.

The AT-6010-EUR is one in a series of AT-6000-EUR Advanced Wire Tracer Kits. For more information on other Beha-Amprobe test and measurement products, or to download a catalogue, visit www.beha-amprobe.com.

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