Voltage Testers

Voltage Testers

Our range of voltage testers are designed to measure AC/DC voltages and continuity. Most models provide LED indication, an audible tone or a combination of both while others have a digital display to give an exact reading. For an indication of the presence of voltage why not look into our range of non-contact volt sticks and voltage probes.
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Manufacturer
  1. Chauvin Arnoux
  2. Di-Log
  3. Drummond
  4. Extech Instruments
  5. FLIR
  6. Fluke
  7. HandyMAN
  8. Kewtech
  9. Martindale
  10. Megger
  11. Metrel
  12. Seaward
  13. Socket and See
  14. Test-Meter
  15. Testo
Voltage Displayed By
  1. Display Non-Contact Detectors Only
  2. LED Indicators
  3. Digital LCD Display
  4. Test Lamp
Features
  1. Continuity Test
  2. Phase Rotation Indicator
  3. LED Flash Light Inbuilt
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About Voltage Testers

Voltage testers are important instruments for users as they allow proper execution of a safe isolation procedure which helps safeguard the user from electric shock and burns from live conductors. We stock a range of testers from the likes of Metrel, Dilog, Megger, Martindale and more.

Our voltage testers can roughly be divided into two categories: contact and non-contact. Our non-contact detectors provide an additional layer of safety as they require no actual contact with potentially live conductors and tend to detect voltage over a much greater range. However, many are designed for AC voltage only so are unsuitable for certain installations. In general, they are pen-style instrument and have an LED tip which glows red to indicate voltage presence alongside a buzzer for audible indication. Many also feature an integrated torch for use in poor lighting conditions.

In addition to non-contact voltage detectors, we also stock two-pole and single-pole contact voltage detectors. These testers can often provide either nominal or actual AC/DC voltage readings via an LED bar graph or an LCD screen. They work by bringing the pole tips into contact with conductors and will then indicate voltage presence and/or level. Many have additional features such as single pole phase testing, continuity testing, and phase rotation testing.