|Brand||Klein Tools||Sperry||Klein Tools||Ideal|
|Name||12-3/4 in. Punchdown Multi-Bit Screwdriver||Lan WireTracker Tone and Probe Wire Tracer||VDV LAN Scout Jr. Tester||LinkMaster UTP/STP Wiremapper and Tester|
|Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features|
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NO would not work for dog frnce wire, cheaper one at harbour freight worked great
YES! I have used it that way several times. Clip the red lead of the transmitter to the UNPOWERED black wire in the outlet.. Clip the transmittter's black lead to ground. The receiver will pick-out the correct black wire back in your power panel UNLESS there is a physical break in the wire between outlet and power panel.
Not the best tool, for that job. If you are sure where it is on the switch, you can determine whether or not the signal is coming through, and if you have access to the whole line, you can trace it out. There are better testers out there what can identify where and how the line is broken. Not all are expensive, but that depends on the job you are doing.
As long as the wires are not carrying any power, yes. One of the adapters that come with it is for adapting automotive blade-type fuses.
YES! The receiver will detect the signal through insulation. Naturally it will detect it much LOUDER if you are able to physically touch the metal wire.
Only if wire is not thick
Yes, just make sure there is no other signal running through it