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Commercial Electric 110/220 VAC Voltage Tester
0815108010086

Commercial Electric

110/220 VAC Voltage Tester

  • Indicator lights illuminate when it detects 110V or 220V
  • Compact design is easy to use and fits in any toolbox
  • Backed by 1-year warranty
$397 /each

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This Commercial Electric 110/220 VAC Voltage Tester is designed to help consumer acknowledge actual reading from outlet.It helps consumer identify actual output and prevent overage voltage .The device will shine when 110-Volt and 220-Volt are detected.

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Does the black needle have to be touching the negative end of the wire or can i have it touch any...

Does the black needle have to be touching the negative end of the wire or can i have it touch any metal object while I probe with the red needle? What would happen if I touched the reversed(red on negative and black on hot wire)? Also how bright will the light be? Thanks!
Asked by: Mere
I believe yes. I didn't try it with touching anything else. Bright enough to know if there is voltage or not.
Answered by: Austin
Date published: 2017-04-07

White wire, black wire?

I had a track light that died. I removed it and I want to check the wires to see if the power is good. However, it's a black wire and a white wire and the voltage tester has a black lead and a red lead. Which is which? Black to black and red to white? Or black to white and red to black? I know that the black wire is power and the white wire is ground, but I have no idea which of the voltage tester leads is which (and the instructions aren't clear). Also, do I test it with the power turned on or off? It's a double switch and I don't know what position it was in when the light died, so I shut off the circuit breaker to be sure it's turned off. Thank you!
Asked by: Tekychick
You need to have circuit breaker power on to light the tester. Since you are checking AC voltage, red or black doesn't matter. Works either way. In the old days some used 110 DC voltage and you could check polarity of the voltage. Putting the red lead on the positive power wire and black on negative, would cause an indication by lighting one of two poles in the neon lamp. Depending on which pole lit up, would indicate polarity. Not used anymore because AC power lights up both at 60Hz. They just have not switched to same color wires because it looks more impressive. To see If your power is OK, hook up the tester (either color wires) to black & white power wires, turn on circuit breaker, turn your switches in all possible way's. If the tester doesn't light at all, your not getting power to the track fixture.
Answered by: Tomegun
Date published: 2017-02-20

Trying to determine if my dryer is hosed or if it's the 220 V circuit itself. What's different a...

Trying to determine if my dryer is hosed or if it's the 220 V circuit itself. What's different about testing 220 V? 2 tests, one to each half?
Asked by: WetClothes
Dear Valued Customer, this device is able to determine voltage output from the outlet , if you were trying to determine circuit, I would suggest to use multimeter instead. Thank you and have a great day
Answered by: CE Product Expert-Ye
Date published: 2017-05-02

Will this tester work with 24 Volts from a sprinkler controller?

Will this tester work with 24 Volts from a sprinkler controller?
Asked by: jc
Dear Valued Customer, this device will able to determine the voltage from outlet. Thank you and have a great day
Answered by: CE Product Expert-Ye
Date published: 2017-05-01
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110/220 VAC Voltage Tester is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very easy to use. I wish if the needle would be replaced with a clip so it can be used with one h... Very easy to use. I wish if the needle would be replaced with a clip so it can be used with one hand. but overall it is a good product.
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very useful and easy to use. Very useful and easy to use.
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lightweight and reliable Lightweight and reliable
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cheap and easy If all you want to know is if the power is off and its safe to work I recommend this. Om not an electrician that's why this was so great for me, and it was only $3 it took me 25 mins to fix my outlet but I did it with pride. I'm happy I have this in my collection of tools.
Date published: 2014-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can't go wrong Just what I needed. Works well and the price is great. Nothing fancy. Very basic. That's exactly what I needed. Comes with instructions too which is great because I had never used one before. Very satisfied.
Date published: 2013-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Size I needed one of these to help determine which wires were hot and neutral when hanging a light fixture. This worked perfectly and because of its small size, fits perfectly in my toolkit. It was also very cheap and seems sturdy.
Date published: 2013-11-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very hard to see light when checking for 120/220 volts I bought this a couple of weeks ago and just tried it out today. It was daylight, but even shielding the sun I could not see the light light up when connecting to 120 or 220 volts.
Date published: 2014-01-02
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