Sign in
My Cart (0)
All Categories

Keywords: Led Flashlights | Short Wedding Dresses | Cheap Tablets | Jumpsuits for Women | Clearance Sale

View or edit your browsing history Products I Viewed
Get DinoPoint by Writing reviews, Post Images, or Post Videos. The first five customers can get double points!
Supplier item info
Hoomool

Luminous Blue LCD Multi-Function Voltage Tester

Digg(100) ( 9 Reviews)
       
US $14.69
Qty:

Buy more save more

Qty 2-4 5-9 ≥10
Price USD$ 14.25 USD$ 14.10 Wholesale Price >>
Shipping cost: Free Shipping To Shipping cost:   USD$ 0.00 To United states Via Estimate shipping fee
· Orders over USD$ 50.00 will get free tracking services via air mail
Are you looking for a LCD Voltage Tester for your toolbox or toolkit? This Non-Contact Voltage Detector is surely a must have tool. Electricians, maintenance, service, safety personnel, and homeowners can quickly test for energized circuits in the workplace or at home. With the help of this Luminous Voltage Tester, you can easily find out hidden electricity wires out of surface and identify the exactly situation of the power sources. Designed from the ground up by electricians for electricians, this LCD Voltage Tester has low impedance to limit false readings and a safe solid-state design. Voltage is indicated by light, vibration and tone for a clear reading. This LCD Voltage Tester features an LED display and an automatic shut off.When the tip glows red and the unit beeps, you know-voltage is present. Easy to use - just touch the tip to a terminal strip, outlet, or supply cord.
Flash Deals
Lowest Price Challenged!
 
                               
View Details>>

Best Deals

Customers Also Bought

Product Description

Specification
Return Policies
  • Specifications:

    • Convenient voltage tester pen that indicates the presence 12V-250V AC/DC
    • The voltage testercan Help you find broken and live wires
    • This LCD Voltage Tester with a clip is portable for carry in your pocket
    • This LCD Voltage Tester is tough, handy and it has proved to be reliable and consistent
    • Use this Luminous Voltage Tester to tests fuses, light sockets and locates short circuits
    • The Non-Contact Voltage Detector is ideal for your home or work
    • Use the LCD Voltage Tester to tests fuses, light sockets and locates short circuits
    • Blue LCD, in the darkness, can clearly observe the voltage digital test
    • Material: ABS
    • Color: Blue
    • Measuring Voltage: 12V-250V

    Details:

    Hoomool Luminous Blue LCD Multi-Function Voltage Tester

    • The voltage tester pen is for measuring voltage 12-250V AC/DC
    • With moderate size design, it will become handy when you check your holiday lights 

    LCD Voltage Tester
     
    Non-Contact Voltage Detector

    • Feature LCD screen design, it is convenient for you to tested voltage in the dark
    • Back details Moderate size voltage tester is portable

    Luminous Voltage Tester

    Hoomool Luminous Blue LCD Multi-Function Voltage Tester

    • For directly check the voltage, just choose the button at the top
    • To check a broken point on a wire, hold the second button ( close to LCD)  

    LCD Voltage Tester

    • With the help of this Luminous Voltage Tester, you can easily find out hidden electricity wires out of surface and identify the exactly situation of the power sources

    Non-Contact Voltage Detector

    • Designed from the ground up by electricians for electricians, this LCD Voltage Tester has low impedance to limit false readings and a safe solid-state design
    • Voltage is indicated by light, vibration and tone for a clear reading. This LCD Voltage Tester features an LED display and an automatic shut off

    How to Test for Voltage:

    Before you begin any do-it-yourself job that requires you to work with or around electricity, it is best to turn the electric off. This is important for both safety and equipment issues. But in many homes the electric panels may not be properly labeled, and assuming you turned off the right breaker is a mistake waiting to happen. In order to be absolutely certain you turned off the right breaker, you have to test the circuit for voltage. Here is how to test for voltage.

    • Figure out which circuit you are going to be working on. Turn off the breaker that you believe is delivering the power to it. For a wall receptacle, many people will just plug a lamp into the outlet to see if the line is still hot. This is unreliable because if the bulb is blown, you may still be dealing with a live circuit. Always use a voltage tester to check for power
    • Next, there are a number of different voltage testers available on today's market. Which one you prefer to use is up to you. If you are not well-versed in dealing with electricity, then I would recommend avoiding the multimeters that can be found in hardware supply stores. Multimeters feature multiple applications like testing for voltage, resistance and amperage. To keep matters simple, stick with a voltage-only tester
    • The image you see here is a traditional voltage tester. The two leads get inserted into the two slots on a regular outlet (one lead in each slot). If the outlet is still hot, then the voltage indicator on the unit will notify you. If you have an outlet or switch already removed from the wall, then one lead will be placed on one of the "hot" terminals and the other lead gets placed on one of the "neutral" terminals. If you test it and nothing happens, the line is dead--but always double-check the work ability of your tester by testing it in an outlet you know to be hot before assuming the circuit is off! The cost for this tester is in the $20 to $30 range
    • This type of voltage tester is similar to the one above it, but it is a more basic version. It also features two leads, but with this tester, if voltage is present, there are lights that will illuminate to notify you
    • The voltage tester you see here is called a "no-contact" voltage tester. It features a thin tip that fits easily in the slot on the front of a receptacle. When voltage is detected, the tip will illuminate and some models will alert you by audio as well. It is called "no-contact" because it does not have to touch the actual terminals on the electric component in order to read voltage. You can simply touch the tester's tip to a wire and it will notify you of voltage. The one drawback with this tester is that it is very sensitive, so if you have more than one circuit in a box, it may pick up on the voltage running through the other wires, even though the circuit you are concerned about is off
    • Another type of voltage tester that works great for the do-it-yourselfer is the plug-type voltage tester. It resembles a regular plug and all you have to do is plug it in to a receptacle. There are a series of lights on the tester that will indicate if there is voltage detected. But these testers will also tell you much more. For instance, depending on which lights on the tester light up, you may determine that you have lost the neutral, the outlet may not be grounded properly or the wires may be reversed. The only downfall about this voltage tester is that it is only used for testing receptacles
    • This is an area that can get quite involved as far as voltages go, but for the do-it-yourselfer, checking for voltage is a fact of whether the circuit is active or not. If you use a digital voltage tester and you notice a fluctuation in voltage or you get a reading above or below your normal house voltage, you should call in an experienced electrician immediately

    How to Use Voltage Testers:

    If you're going to do your own wiring in your home, one of the most important tools you could ever have is the voltage tester. The testers are the best way to determine whether the electricity is off or on in the house. As always, work safely, and do your homework when it comes to choosing the right type of tester for the wiring job you're going to do. Read on to learn more.

    • Determine whether the electricity is on or off by using a two-prong voltage tester. If checking using an outlet box that has not been screwed into the wall yet, take the red lead wire of the voltage tester and place on one of the box screws on the side of the outlet
    • Place the black lead wire on the other screw. When checking an outlet that is already attached to the wall, place the red lead wire into the outlet and the black lead wire on the screw on the top screw of the outlet plate. Either way if the light in the handle of the tester lights up, that box has voltage
    • Test a receptacle using a plug tester. These testers have three lights on the end and tell you if there is voltage and if the receptacle is wired correctly
    • Use the right size of voltage tester. There are various sizes ranging from hand held, commonly used in testing electricity in homes, to the larger sizes that are more common for high voltage testing commonly used for commercial purposes
    • Test using a non-touch voltage tester. This tester looks like a pen with a see-through tip. Use this tester the same way probe testers are used--except you use the tip instead of a probe. The tip lights up when there is voltage present
    • Test dryers and stoves when they are not throwing heat with a voltage tester, but use caution. It's best to test for voltage by testing across either the fill valve, switch or thermostat to the appliance. If the tester shows 220/240, the thermostat or the circuit is open. If the tester shows zero, the thermostat or circuit is closed

    Tips & Warnings:

    • If testing a high voltage device or receptacle, please contact an electrician
    • Turn the electricity to the outlet, switch or device is before using the voltage tester

    Package Included:

    • 1 x Voltage Tester

Customers' Reviews

Overall:
  ( 9 Reviews)
Price:
Quality:
Ease Of Use:
Usefulness:
Features:

Get DinoPoint by Writing reviews, Post Images, or Post Videos. The first five customers can get double points!

I have bought this product

Paul Murph

Bought this item on

03-25-2011
00:00:00 03-25-2011 Good product Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I'm an eletrical engineer who does eletrican work on the side. For the day to day eletrican this is a good tool. For people who are working with anything else, i'd shell out a bit more and get a diffrent product. <br/> <br/>Good battery life. <br/> <br/>Durable, dropped it off a 4th story and it works fine.

Was this review helpful?

Jenn Crawford

Bought this item on

03-19-2011
00:00:00 03-19-2011 Great gift for your Electrician Hubby Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: Used this as one of my Christmas gifts for my Hubby...he was thrilled! Any gadget for him to test electricity is a hit!!!

Was this review helpful?

John H. Gardner

Bought this item on

03-10-2011
00:00:00 03-10-2011 The Standard- an electrician's choice Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: This "proximity" tester scores 5 stars for: <br/>ease of use-5 <br/>very simply, hold the button for 1 second to turn on or off. If you forget to turn it off, it automatically powers down after about 1 minute. <br/>durability-5 <br/>keep it in your pocket, drop it, toss it in your tool pouch. It's pretty hard to break accidentally <br/>reliability-5 <br/>Fluke makes excellent testing equipment and this tester is no different. You don't get a lot of false readings from other 'hot' wires in the same box. <br/> <br/>All in all, a more solidly, reliable, well built non-contact tester that gives you more accurate readings than other brands.

Was this review helpful?

Carlos W. S. Pang

Bought this item on

03-03-2011
00:00:00 03-03-2011 Electrical Service Engineer Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: Unlike the first non contact tester that did not have to be turned on to use, this must be turned ON by pressing a button. The tip flashes red indicating its turned ON even when its not near any voltage. The tip is continious red when near voltage source it is capable of detecting. The nice thing is the beeper can be turned off. Fits well in a shirt pocket and feels well made.

Was this review helpful?

Carole Van Camp

Bought this item on

02-22-2011
00:00:00 02-22-2011 Works better than expected Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I have seen this tester used by contractors/electricians on TV. I had to replace a celing fan, house wiring is not what it should be. Turning off the circuit breaker to this room did not kill the power to the fan. The Luminous Voltage Tester showed the wires still live (just by touching the probe to the outside of the insulated wire), probably saving me from a nasty shock. I turned more breakers off and no electricity to the fan and no shock.

Was this review helpful?

Robbin Gouldc

Bought this item on

02-16-2011
00:00:00 02-16-2011 Excellent Tool Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: This is one of the best tool investments you can make-absolutely essential for electrical, plumbing, remodeling, or demolition. Work safely; always test it on an energized conductor and verify proper operation before use on unknown cables. <br/> <br/>Highly recommended!

Was this review helpful?

Robbin Gouldc

Bought this item on

02-08-2011
00:00:00 02-08-2011 Very Stable Tool Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I use this LCD Voltage Tester fairly often and it has proved to be reliable and consistent. I like it that it has a visual and an audible signal. I have owned maybe 5 or 6 of this style of non contact tester. This one works the best, is the most solidly built, is the prettiest, and it has been in my tool boxes in the hot sun for over a year and it has not melted, like ALL the others. Even if it was $50 it would be well worth it.

Was this review helpful?

James Duran

Bought this item on

02-01-2011
00:00:00 02-01-2011 Tough, Handy, Quick and Useful Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I work in a remodeling business, and this is an indispensable tool. I repeat, indispensable. The tip simply lights up when you touch it to the "hot" side of a Romex wire, instantly telling you if a wire is live or not. "Is this switch/receptacle that I'm about to take apart and work on/touch hot??" Well, now you know. It is important to use it for what it's designed for. It will not tell you if there is an open neutral or anything of the sort, so it's

Was this review helpful?

sate

from (INDIA)

Bought this item on

12-17-2010
21:14:55 12-17-2010 Product was good Overall:  
  • Pros: Overall the product was good. More features could have been added. Price is higher in comparison to the features provided.
  • Cons: Manual needs to be supplied as backside instructions were not correct and I had to manually figure out the usage.
  • Other Thoughts: none

Was this review helpful?

Copyright DinoDirect Corporation 2014. All rights reserved. See our privacy policy, terms of use, disclaimer and takedown policy.
Sign In submit Submit Apply >> Continue Join Now Add Store To Wishlist Add a new address Back >> Continue checkout Save Cancel Remove/Change Items Add To Cart Shop Now Create Register now Open a Case Start a Live Chat View all < Create An Account Return to Sign in Send Confirmed Application Email Verification Get It GO Enter My iDinor Life! Close Join My Homepage Continue Shopping Share Rewards Accept Accept and Check >> Search Back Close the case Pay Now Cancel Submit Confirm Save Click for more info Write a Review Yes No Reply Sold Out Size Guide Color Guide No thanks Continue Upload Share Rewards Accept and Check >> Search view more Next et Transaction Code >> Confirm Remove Upload Video Upload Images >> Continue checkout Get Free Sample Write a feedback Buy Now OK Start Chat Create An Account No, thanks! Go Remind me 7 days later