GTC FF310 Short and Open Circuit Finder and Tracer

GTC FF310 Short and Open Circuit Finder and Tracer

$131.04 (as of July 10, 2018, 8:19 am)

42V ready for use in new generation vehicles with mixed or single 42 volt systems and operates on DC voltages from 6 to 42 volts
Internally protected against power surges and overloads and has an 8 inches flexible probe for hard to reach or congested places with auto polarity on transmitter with 5 amps leads and alligator clips
Transmitter and Receiver LEDs show open or short circuit conditions and variable audio or visual signal provides fast feedback on the circuit or wire proximity

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GTC short and open circuit finder and tracer is designed tool for tracking and tracing short and open circuits, broken wires and current leaks on any electrical circuit with voltages from 6 to 42 Volt DC. This used in an ample range of equipment such as automobiles, truck trailers, tractors, farming equipment, boats, forklifts, motorcycles, all-terrain and recreational vehicles and many more. The automatic open/short detection, adjustable sensitivity and flexible antenna probe enables the technician to troubleshoot a complete array of common electrical problems without having to untie wire harnesses or remove body panels.
42V ready for use in new generation vehicles with mixed or single 42 volt systems and operates on DC voltages from 6 to 42 volts
Internally protected against power surges and overloads and has an 8 inches flexible probe for hard to reach or congested places with auto polarity on transmitter with 5 amps leads and alligator clips
Transmitter and Receiver LEDs show open or short circuit conditions and variable audio or visual signal provides fast feedback on the circuit or wire proximity
Adjustable sensitivity for all tracing situations coupled with non-contact technology and therefore wire piercing is not required, non-contact technology
Wire tracing is possible even inside bundles, conduits, behind panels and under carpets or upholstery