FeaturesThe Klein Tools ET310 is a digital circuit breaker finder used to locate the correct circuit breaker in a panel to which an electrical outlet or fixture is connected. The Transmitter is connected to the electrical outlet or fixture in the circuit while the receiver is used to scan the breakers in the circuit panel. The Transmitter also features a GFCI outlet tester.
Klein’s ET310 tester is a two-part tester with a plug-in transmitter that docks in the receiver for easy storage. With it, you can test GFCI outlets in the 90-120V AC range.
The receiver gives and audible and visual signal with the test results. Interpretation of the results is clearly labelled on the GFCI test transmitter.
Test for common wiring faults such as improper grounding, hot connections and more!
Tester consists of two parts: a Transmitter, connected to the electrical outlet or fixture and a Receiver, used to scan the panel to locate the correct breaker
Receiver delivers clear visual and audible indications when the correct breaker has been located
Operates on 90-120V AC circuits
Transmitter incorporates a GFCI outlet tester to inspect the wiring condition at the electrical outlet and test GFCI devices
Transmitter docks in the Receiver for convenient storage as a single item when tester is not is use
Transmitter incorporates a three-pin plug for connecting to North-American-style grounded electrical outlets.
The transmitter may be connected to other electrical fixtures using optional accessories which are sold separately (Cat. No. 69411)
Receiver powers off automatically after approximately three minutes of non-use to conserve battery life
Transmitter is powered by the circuit when connected to the electrical outlet or fixture
Low battery indicator
Easily accessible battery compartment. Uses one 9V battery in receiver only; Transmitter does not require a battery
Built to withstand a 6.6-Foot (2 m) drop
CAT II 120V safety rating
Measurement Category II is applicable to test and measuring circuits connected directly to utilization points (socket outlets and similar points) of the low-voltage MAINS installation
Includes Transmitter, Receiver, user manual, and 9V battery (for Receiver)
Klein Tools is the result of one of those “happy accidents” that turn out to be revolutionary. Klein Tools famously got their start in 1857 when a linesman came to founder Matthias Klein to repair his broken pliers. Klein replaced the broken half and when the old half of the tool broke too, Klein forged a replacement for that, thus making the first Klein Linesman pliers. Since these humble beginnings, Klein Tools has grown and become one of the largest American made toolmakers and they’re a brand used by tradesmen, linesman and electricians all across America.