• ETCR 1800 Wireless High Voltage Electroscope 0.1kv ~ 220kV high voltage line electricity test, high voltage line voltage to ground test, induction voltage test, high voltage line current test.Consists of receiver, detector, telescopic insulation rod, monitoring software, USB communication cable, etc. Hang the detector on the high voltage line with insulation rod, and then can be electricity tested and displayed .High voltage line voltage and current test. Safe and fast, essential tools of power transmission line maintenance. Below 220KV full voltage level coverage, no need to be equipped with many electroscope. Wireless transmission, audible and visible alarm function and data upload function.
  • Non-Contact High Voltage Electroscope applied to on-site high voltage line electricity testing, identify voltage level of high voltage system, inspect fault of high voltage line, repair the inspect induced voltage of the neon lamp, high voltage sodium lamp, inspect residual high voltage or induced voltage, etc. Adopt non-contact induction technology, no need to contact with charged body, to ensure the safety of operators. Bright red LED and harsh buzzer sound and light alarm, easy to identify. The nine voltage grade gear cover variety of voltage levels. And it can be customized the voltage grade gear according to user demand. Self - inspect function to ensure the accuracy of electricity testing. Protection Level: IP65.
  • ETC1860/1860B Series Wist Type High Voltage Alarm provide a safe, practical and convenient new type high voltage alarm device for close-electric operator. During live electric working, the safe distance between operator and live body should not be closer than the requirement of relevant working regulations. After the operator wearing this alarm, when close to the high voltage charged body for a certain distance, according to the corresponding safe distance of voltage level, the alarm will make out the sound and light alarm to remind the electrical workers to pay attention to safety and avoid high voltage electric shock accidents.