Two-pole voltage and continuity testers are a safe and quick way to check for the presence of live voltage on AC or DC circuits, switches and outlets before working on this circuits. The cable on any two-pole voltage and continuity tester is its weakest point – it is repeatedly bent, twisted, wrapped and put under constant strain. If the cable were to break, it could place you at an increased safety risk. Fluke puts its redesigned testers through three times what industry standards demand, flexing the cable over 150 degrees in each direction more than 5000 times. The redesigned T110, T130 and T150 voltage and continuity testers are built to work the way you work. They give you the best combination of safety, ease-of-use and fast answers available anywhere.
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