FLIR Systems has announced the new FLIR VP42, a non-contact voltage detector with a built-in flashlight, designed for field-troubleshooting and verification of residential, commercial, and industrial electrical installations.
The FLIR VP42 makes it easy to quickly troubleshoot live and neutral wiring, ensuring a safe job site.
With its built-in flashlight and CAT IV safety rating, the FLIR VP42 is a must-have for preliminary job site checks for live wiring.
The durable, pen-sized tester quickly identifies the presence of AC voltage without contacting wires, even in the latest safety outlets.
The FLIR VP42 simplifies wire identification, by sorting and tracing neutral and live wires in sockets and junction boxes.
Inspired by today’s smartphones, the FLIR VP42 uses both multi-colored LEDs and vibration to alert electrical contractors of live voltage, ensuring inspectors do not miss these notifications in loud or dark locations.
The durable tester is built for longevity, with an anti-roll case body and rugged construction that can withstand a 3-meter (9.8-feet) drop onto concrete. Every FLIR VP42 is also protected by a FLIR three-year warranty.
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