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Fluke T+ Canada Electrical Tester

Fluke T+ electrical tester is safer than solenoid testers, helps troubleshoot three-phase systems & it complies with NFPA 70E regulations.

  • Safer than traditional solenoid testers and fully compliant with NFPA 70E*

    The T+ Electrical Testers offer all the functionality that electricians look for in volt meters and voltage and continuity testers:

    • Three ways to detect AC/DC voltage: light, sound, and vibration
    • Added functionality of a GFCI trip and continuity beeper, plus the convenience of a built-in flashlight

    Safer than traditional solenoid testers:

    • Solid-state tester design
    • CAT IV 600 V, CAT III 1000 V rated
    • Complies with NFPA 70E*

    The ruggedness and reliability that customers have come to expect from Fluke

    * When used properly per Article 110.9 Use of Equipment (A) Test Instruments and Equipment.

  • Features and benefits of the T+

    • 3 forms of AC/DC voltage indication: light, sound, and vibration for added user protection and convenience
    • Detect live voltage even when the batteries are dead
    • Extra heavy-duty, replaceable test leads for more flexibility and durability
    • CAT IV 600 V, CAT III 1000 V rated for added user protection
    • Continuity beeper
    • Bright LED flashlight for work in poorly lit areas
    • GFCI Trip
    • On/Off switchable beeper, selectable according to your environment
    • Compliant with latest NFPA 70E recommendations*
    • Replaceable test probes for added flexibility and convenience
    • Convenient probe storage on the back
    • Probe holder for easier testing
    • Hazardous voltage warning light for added user protection
    • Test lead strap included for better test lead management
    • AC/DC Voltage: 12 V – 600 V on LED bar
    • Auto-off saves battery power
    • 2-year warranty

    * When used properly per Article 110.9 Use of Equipment (A) Test Instruments and Equipment

  • Specifications
    Temperature Operating -10°C to 55°C (14°F to 131°F)
    Storage -30°C to 60°C (-22°F to 140°F)
    Relative humidity 90% 0°C to 30°C (32°F to 86°F)
    75% 30°C to 40°C (86°F to 104°F)
    45% 40°C to 50°C (104°F to 122°F)
    Altitude Operating 2,000 m (approx. 6,561.6 ft)
    Storage 10,000 m (approx. 32,808.4 ft)
    Battery type/life AAA (2); 40 hours
    Shock, vibration Sinusoidal vibration per MIL-PRF-28800F for a Class 2 instrument
    Safety ISA-82.02.01 (IEC 61010-1 Mod) Second Edition, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-1 Second Edition, IEC 61010 - 1 to 1000 V CAT III/600 V CAT IV
    Compliance to NFPA 70E1
    AC bandwidth 45 Hz to 66 Hz
    Maximum working voltage 1000 V AC/DC
    Maximum measurable voltage 600 V AC/DC
    Duty cycle Indefinitely for voltages up to 240 V
    For voltages between 240 V and 600 V the duty cycle is 30 s on / 300 s off
    For voltages above 240 V the tester must connect to a voltage source only for a MAXIMUM of 30 s and then disconnect for a MINIMUM of 300 s
    Voltage hazard LED LEDs turn on at voltages > 30 V AC/DC ± 35%
    LED voltage indication levels 12 V, 24 V, 48 V, 120 V, 208 V, 240 V, 347 V, 480 V, 600 V
    LEDs LEDs turn on between 90% and 100% of the indicated voltage on the LED, except for the 12 V LED which turns on between 50% and 100%
    LCD resolution 0.1 V for voltages < 50 V, 1 V for voltages ≥ 50 V
    GFCI test current 100 V - 150 V @ 6 mA - 9 mA AC, 150 V - 240 V < 12 mA
    Standard input test current < 5 mA
    Size (H x W x L) 1.3 x 2.15 x 7.6 in (3.3 x 5.46 x 19.3 cm )
    Weight 9.9 oz (0.28 kg)
    1. When used properly per Article 110.9 Use of Equipment (A) Test Instruments and Equipment.
    • Models
      Model Name Description  
      Fluke T+ CAN Fluke T+ Canada Electrical Tester


      • User manual
      • Test lead wrap
      • TP2 test probes

      This model is only available in Canada

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