Get the Right Tester and Keep the Power Flowing
When your electrical installation goes down, getting it back up and working quickly is obviously key. To do so, you'll need to diagnose the issue: what's causing the problem, and where exactly is it occurring?
That's where an electrical tester comes in. A multimeter can be used for measuring voltage, resistance, temperature and more. Power quality analyzers can measure the strength of your current, frequency, and lots of other things. Watt meters can help you save money (and the earth) by measuring your energy consumption and letting you know what appliances are eating up the bulk of your power. Receptacle testers can identify faulty wiring and other issues in electrical receptacles.
These are just a few of the testers available. Check out our selection to find the tester that's right for you, whether you're setting up a new installation or fixing a problem in an existing set-up.
Why Electrical Testers are Key
When something goes wrong, it is important to get things tested to figure out the source of the problem. For example, when a person gets sick, you go to the doctor. If your car isn’t working, you take it to a mechanic. If you’re having issues with your electrical installation, you need to invest in electrical testers.
Electrical Testers Keep Your Things Working Optimally!
Electrical testers are kind of like a toilet plunger in the sense that many people don’t see the need of buying them until they actually need them. In both cases, it would be much better to have the proper tools on-hand so that when you need a solution to your problem, it can be executed swiftly.
There are a lot of different testers out there, so it is important to do your research to figure out which kind is the best for your needs. Here is a rundown of the different ones CableOrganizer.com sells.
- Digital Multimeters. Key for general electric, electronic, troubleshooting and repair work.
- Analog Multimeters. These feature a familiar electromechanical meter readout that looks like a needle that moves along an arc.
- Circuit Tracers & Testers. Perfect for locating the correct breaker for a specific outlet.
- Low and High Voltage Testers. These testers allow you to see how much voltage is running through your wires.
- Clamp Meters. Meters that let you measure properties of an electric current without making physical contact with the wire or needed to disconnect it.
- Specialty Test Equipment. Testers tailored to specific applications rather than being multi-functional, all-purpose electrical testers.
- Receptacle Testers. Helps to identify faulty wiring problems in electrical receptacles and GFCIs, to aid in the prevention of electrical faults and fires.
- Power Quality Analyzers. Meters and analyzers help by measuring and monitoring energy, harmonics, kilowatts, volt amperes, reactive power, current, and frequency.
- Energy Cost Meters. These are great if you are trying to save some money or leave a smaller energy footprint.
As you see, if you need electrical testing, there is a tool for it. We carry a wide variety to help you make sure your electrical installations are working properly on the job or for personal use!