Electrical Tester Kit with Clamp Meter and GFCI Outlet Tester

Electrical Tester Kit with Clamp Meter and GFCI Outlet Tester
CL110KIT

Electrical Tester Kit with Clamp Meter and GFCI Outlet Tester

CL110KIT

$64.49
  • Clamp Meter measures AC current via the clamp, and AC/DC voltage, resistance and continuity via test leads

  • GFCI Receptacle Tester detects the most common wiring problems in standard and GFCI receptacles including open group, reverse polarity, open hot, open neutral and hot/ground reversed

  • Line splitter allows the measuring of current draw up to 15A without splitting the load's power cord

  • CAT III 600V, Class 2, Double insulation safety rating

  • AC Auto-Ranging 400 amp digital clamp meter

  • Backlit display for clear readings

  • Includes a case, test leads and batteries

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Klein Tools Electrical Tester Kit includes the CL110 400A Auto-Ranging Digital Clamp Meter, RT210 GFCI Receptacle Tester and 69409 Line Splitter 10x. The kit allows for easy testing of live circuits and measuring of current and voltage. The kit includes a carrying pouch, test leads and batteries.

Specifications
Application:
Testing and Measuring Voltage
Special Features:
Backlit Display For Clear Readings
Overall Length:
3.02'' (7.7 cm)
Overall Height:
8.70'' (22.1 cm)
Overall Width:
1.61'' (4.1 cm)
Batteries:
3 x AAA
Drop Protection:
3.3' (1 m)
Display:
Backlit
Pollution Degree:
8.7''
Standard:
CAT III 600V
Included:
Test Leads, Batteries, Carrying Case
Weight:
15 oz (426 g)
UPC:
92644690563
California residents:

Warning: California ResidentsWARNING: Cancer and reproductive harm - See www.P65Warnings.ca.gov for more information.

Warnings
  • Do not attempt to measure resistance or continuity on live circuits.
  • Read, understand and follow all instructions, cautions and warnings attached to and /or packed with all test and measurement devices before each use.
  • Before each use verify meter operation by measuring a known voltage or current.
  • Do not use the meter during electrical storms or in wet weather, and do not use the meter or test leads if they appear to be damaged.