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Here is where you'll find testers tailored to
specific applications, rather than multi-functioning, all purpose electrical testers. Check out our selection of railroad testers, HDMI testers, satellite strength meters, detectors for discovering breaks in wire insulation, temperature/humidity readers, motor rotation testers, and more.
Mitigator Test Set 50Hz, 60Hz
The Mitigator is a portable, weather-resistant, noise mitigation test set tailored to the needs of the entire Telco industry.
2000 Railroad Test Set
Able to detect foreign voltage regardless of polarity, this basic tester measures code parameters in any AC or DC range, and has a modular design for easy customizations/upgrades.
2001 Railroad Test Set
Featuring 100 and 250Hz Cab filters for passenger railroads, this tester accurately measures any code parameters up to 420 cpm in any AC or DC range.
2002 Railroad Test Set
Ideal for measuring code parameters for selected Cab frequencies without shutting down equipment, this railroad tester requires no adjustments or pointer swing counts.
2003 Railroad Test Set
Capable of detecting and holding 2-millisecond momentary closures, this railroad tester has a power-saving "sleep" feature that prevents battery drainage if the unit is accidentally left on.
ProTemp 12 Thermometer
The ProTemp is a hand-held, battery-operated sensor that safely and accurately measures temperature using non-contact infrared technology.
Fluke 1735 Power Logger
The Fluke 1735 Power Logger is the ideal electrician or technician's power meter for conducting energy studies and basic power quality logging.
This all-in-one tester allows you to service home and small offices that use a mix of copper and coax cabling.
BK Precision® Digital Thermo Hygrometer
Ideal for server rooms, hazmat storage areas and other climate-sensitive environments, this pocket-sized hygrometer gives instant temperature and humidity measurements.
XTpc Pipe & Cable Locator - Schonstedt
The XTPC operates in passive mode, three different active modes (conductive, inductive and clamp), and a sonde mode. In the passive mode the receiver searches for 60 Hz or 50 Hz signals.
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