Greenlee LV-5 Stray Voltage Detector
Greenlee LV-5 Stray Voltage Detector
Greenlee LV-5 Stray Voltage Detector
Greenlee LV-5 Stray Voltage Detector

Greenlee LV-5 Stray Voltage Detector

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  • Indicates the presence of stray or contact voltage
  • Direct contact detector alers at 5V and up
  • No on/off button, detector is always on
  • Use on street light poles, guide guy wires, wood transmission poles, meter cans, manhole covers and other metallic surfaces
  • Available holster with integrated tester accessory
Overview
The LV-5 is a hand held low voltage detector for testing exposed metallic surfaces and conductors for the presence of low voltage 50/60Hz AC. This Detector is designed to be hand held as shown and to detect AC voltage on any metallic surface or conductor that is in direct contact with the metallic tip of the Detector. The presence of AC voltage greater than 5 volts is indicated by a flashing red light. The LV-5 is always on and ready to detect voltage.
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Greenlee LV-5 Stray Voltage Detector

Specifications
General Information
Brand
Greenlee
Part Number
LV-5
Product Type
Direct contact & Stray voltage detector
What's Included
LV-5 Detector
Packaging
Retail
Country of Origin
United States
UPC
783310055662
California Residents
Proposition 65 Warning
Physical Characteristics
Length
10.5"
Weight
0.45 kg
1.00 lb
Details
Features
Indicates the presence of stray or contact voltage
Direct contact detector alers at 5V and up
No on/off button, detector is always on
Use on street light poles, guide guy wires, wood transmission poles, meter cans, manhole covers and other metallic surfaces
Available holster with integrated tester accessory
Rugged, water-resistant, utility-grade design

Indication Type: Visual Alert
Voltage
5VAC, 50/60Hz nominal, capacitively coupled
Frequency
50/60Hz
Why would you use this tool for ?
About manufacturer
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Founded in 1862, Greenlee Tools got its start as a toolmaker when two brothers needed to manufacture their invention (a special drill surrounded by chisels). With the success of this effort, the Greenlee brothers quickly took on making other woodworking tools and other machinery including a machine that laid track for the railroad. In the mid-80s and beyond, Greenlee added on other toolmakers and diversified the kinds of tools they make and now Greenlee manufactures tools used by tradesmen in all vocations from communications to hydraulic pumps, plumbing, telecom, test equipment and many more. Greenlee is widely recognized as an industry leader for quality hand and industrial tools.

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