BE14 Voltage Detector
Voltage detector, model no. VAC-BE14
Voltage measuring range: 200 to 1000V
Battery: 2 x 1.5 V, AAA
Protection class: IP64
Voltage detector for voltage detection in wires
Voltage detector is a device for detecting the presence of electric conduction in wires. The device is equipped with an integrated LED and acoustic alarm function. As it detects conduction, the LED bulb glows in red and an alarm sound starts ringing. The device with an inbuilt LED temperature allows for detection in darker measuring areas along with detections in sockets, switches and line breaks in exposed cables. Due to its easy operations, the device is adopted for its use both in industries and households helping in the prevention of any hazards.
The voltage detector is used for detecting leaks in cables.
It is used for detecting electric conduction in wires.
The device is used for detecting live conductors.
It is used by electricians.
It is used for precise detections in large industries.
The device is used for detection in household cables as well.
They are used for detection in places where there is a broken cable.
The device is used for non-contact detection.
It is used for quick testing in live installations.
The device is a non-contact detector.
It has an integrated LED torch.
The device consists of a visual alarm function.
It consists of an acoustic alarm function.
The LED bulb glows red when detected leaks.
The protection class of the device is IP64.
The housing design is plastic.
The device detects a voltage range of 200 to 1000V.
The measuring circuit category is CAT III (1000V) and CAT IV (600V).
The device runs on 2 x 1.5 V, AAA power supply.
The safety of the device is EN 61.326, EN 61010-1, EN 61010-2-031.
The degree of pollution is classed as 2.
The device must be operated in a surrounding condition of -10 to 50℃.
It must be operated in a surrounding relative humidity of 95%.
It is of dimensions 176 x 26 x 26 mm.
It is light in weight with 0.048 kg.
The package must consist of measuring device, batteries and operating manual.
The internal sensors of the device must be able to precisely detect live cables.