Multi-Range Voltage Detector

Multi-Range Voltage Detector

ab chance multi range voltage detector

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Easier-To-Read, illuminated Dial

• The lighted-dial option sets this unit apart from standard features on Multi-Range Voltage Detector (MRVD)
C4030979, shown on next page
• A long-life bulb, powered by included internal battery, gives a glow to the meter face so scale is easy to read in most conditions
• To conserve the battery, a special switch locks the light off when not in use
• Spring-loaded toggle must be pulled up to move it over the stop between its on and off positions
• This helps keep switch from being flipped on accidentally while unit is not in use
Standard Features
• Confirms a line is de-energized prior to performing maintenance
• A field intensity meter, it is calibrated to read approximate line-to-line voltage when connected to any phase conductor
• Responds to magnitude of field gradient between its end probe and floating electrode (at the universal hotstickattachment fitting)
• If the universal fitting is close to a ground, another phase or another voltage source, reading should be high
• If it’s close to a jumper or equipment of the same phase, the reading should be low
• Gives metered readout capable of distinguishing actual line voltage from static or feedover from an adjacent line
• Numerical readings can be compared with numerical rather than subjective judgments associated with “fuzz
sticking” or “glow-detecting”
• Since it is not a voltmeter, no specific accuracy is claimed by the manufacturer or can be assumed by the user

Available in below Model also

1. 1-40kV
2. 16-161kV
3. 69-600kV

Digital Voltage Indicators

ab chance multi range voltage detector

 

 

 

 

Features & Applications
• As tools for linework, apply to most system voltages
• Distribution DVI provides 1 to 40 kV readouts
• Transmission DVI covers 16 to 161 kV
• For overhead applications, hooked probe hangs onto conductor or apparatus
• For underground systems,Distribution DVI can indicate voltage at elbow test points or through bushings and elbows
• For such uses as confirming a “dead” condition before placing temporary grounds for de-energized maintenance
• Both models provide an easy, yet reliable, means to determine if a line is:
o De-energized, or
o Carrying less than normal system voltage from any source or induced charge from an adjacent live circuit, or
o Energized at full system voltage

Available in below Model also

1. 1-40 kV
2. 16-161 kV

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