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New and improved voltage detection from CKI

Published: 28 January 2013
Carl Kammerling International has enhanced its 'toolbox essential' C.K Non Contact Voltage Detector with the introduction of audible and visual indicators, providing greater accuracy and safety for electricians.
New and improved voltage detection from CKI
The new T227 C.K Non Contact Voltage Detector offers all the features of the original T2271, with the addition of an audible alarm on detection of voltage.

Suitable for non-contact AC voltage tests, earthing/ground conncetion checks, proper connection checks and the detection of broken wires, C.K's high sensitivity tester offers an extensive non-contact voltage detection range of 70 - 1000V AC, indicated by a bright red LED light at the tip when voltage is detected.

The ergonomically-designed, battery-operated tool features an integrated self-test function to continuously monitor its battery and circuit integrity.

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