Klein Tools Launches New Kit for Tracing Energized and Non-Energized Circuits

EIN Klein Tools Circuit Tracer Kit

May 19, 2022

Klein Tools introduces the new Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit, offering tracing of breakers and wires through various materials.

Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit (Cat. No. ET450)

  • Reliable tracing on energized or non-energized breakers, fuses and wires
  • Easily adjust receiver sensitivity level to detect the transmitted signal through drywall, cement block and underground
  • Versatile applications include tracing wires, conduit or pipes, or a single wire in a bundle
  • Audible beep and visual indicators on receiver denote signal strength
  • Receiver features a flashlight for illumination in low-light areas and NCV function to test if wires are energized
  • Transmitter has AC/DC external voltage indicators for 12V, 48V, 120V, 240V, and 480V
  • CAT III 600V Safety Rating
  • Durable with up to 6’ (2m) drop protection
  • CE and UKCA Certified

“Klein Tools’ new Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit comes with a transmitter, receiver, blade and ground prongs, alligator clips, 3-Foot and 20-Foot lead adapters, AC plug leads, instructions, all required batteries, and a hard carrying case with handle for convenient transportation and storage,” says Sabrina Kalsi, product manager at Klein Tools. “This new kit gives professionals all the tools needed for easily tracing energized and non-energize breaker, fuses and wires through drywall, cement and even underground.”

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