Triplett Breaker Sniff-It Type2

Know Exactly Which Circuit to Switch Off

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What's special about this current tester?

  • Two-piece design utilizes a 120/220 VAC transmitter and receiver to link an electrical outlet to its corresponding circuit
  • Emits audible and visual indications to alarm the electrician they have located the correct breaker
  • Fully automated unit does not require any adjustments between one application and the next
  • Controlled by a unique micro processor, which decreases the risk of false or misleading test results
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Stop shutting off every light, and resetting every clock in your house trying to find the correct breaker for a specific outlet. The Breaker Sniff-It Circuit Locator from Triplett pinpoints the circuit breaker that needs to be turned off during the installation or repair of an electrical device.

Part #DescriptionColorPrice
TR-9650Breaker Sniff-It Type2Red
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  • Powered by a 9V battery (not included) to deliver hundreds of tests per battery cycle
  • Automatic shut off helps save the battery life between uses
  • Can be utilized with the adapter kit (which includes a light socket adapter and an alligator clip adapter) to trace a variety of components' break switches
  • Small form design fits in anyone’s tool bag or tool pouch
  • UL listed (E217813) for safety and compliance
  • Lifetime manufacturer warranty
  • Made in the USA USA

 

Part # TR-9650
Color Red
Battery (1) 9V
Size 9-1/2" x 2-3/4" x 3/4"
Weight 1 lb
Ratings UL E217813
Voltage 120/220 VAC (max 250) 25W

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Questions & Answers

Question:

outlets - Will this work with outlets with no power?

Asked by Anonymous user on 04.54 PM Saturday, 22 November, 2014

Answer:
  • - Thank you for your question. Unfortunately it needs the power to work.

    Fernando M. on 10.54 AM Wednesday, 26 November, 2014
  • - No the transmitter requires 120/220 ac to power it.

    Anonymous user on 06.26 PM Monday, 30 January, 2017

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