The Klein Tools ET310 Circuit Breaker FinderThe Klein Tools ET310 Circuit Breaker Finder with Integrated GFCI Outlet Tester is a digital circuit breaker finder used to locate the correct circuit breaker in a panel to which an electrical outlet or fixture is connected. The Transmitter is connected to the electrical outlet or fixture in the circuit while the receiver is used to scan the breakers in the circuit panel. The Transmitter also features a GFCI outlet tester.See Full Product Description
GFCI Receptacle Tester with LCD
The RT250 is an electrical receptacle testerThe RT250 is an electrical receptacle tester that tests the wiring conditions at an electrical outlet and inspects GFCI devices. The LCD displays the voltage, identifies the wiring fault, and the time required to trip a GFCI device. It is designated for use with North American 3-wire 120V electrical outlets.See Full Product Description
Test Lead Set
The Klein Tools Test Lead Set features removableThe Klein Tools Test Lead Set features removable alligator clips that attach to wires and other conductors. The lead set is intended for use as replacement test leads with meters and clamp meters that have standard, banana-type input jacks.See Full Product Description
Circuit Breaker Finder Accessory Kit
The Klein Tools Circuit Breaker Finder AccessoryThe Klein Tools Circuit Breaker Finder Accessory Kit is part of a line of tools designed from the ground up by electricians for electricians. Designed for use with the circuit breaker finder (not included), the kit has a light socket adapter that allows the circuit breaker finder to be screwed into a standard light bulb socket. The kit has an alligator clip adapter that allows the circuit breaker finder to be used on bare wires.See Full Product Description
Questions & Answers
What are the shipping options for Specialty Meters?
All Specialty Meters can be shipped to you at home.
What is the price range for Specialty Meters?
The average price for Specialty Meters ranges from $10 to $2,000.
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