Klein Tools Premium Electrical Test Kit Cat. No. RT250KIT includes an electrical receptacle tester with LCD and a non-contact voltage tester with flashlight. The electrical receptacle tester, Cat. No. RT250 tests the wiring conditions at an electrical outlet and inspects GFCI devices. The LCD displays the voltage, identifies the wiring fault, and the time required to trip a GFCI device. It is designated for use with North American 3-wire 120V electrical outlets. The non-contact voltage tester with flashlight, Cat. No. NCVT3P has dual-range detection from 12 to 1000V AC or 70 to 1000V AC for a broad variety of low-voltage or standard voltage applications. The bright flashlight can be used independent of, or with the voltage detection function.
Kit contains two separate testers: GFCI tester and NCVT3P non-contact voltage tester. Store them both in the included pouch
NCVT3P detects from 12V – 1000V AC or 70V – 1000V AC for many low voltage and standard uses
RT250 tests GFCI outlets tests for time to trip the GFCI device as well as voltage and wiring conditions
Compatible with only standard 120V American outlets only
LCD readout shows the time required to trip a GFCI device
Patent pending detection of Open Neutral / Open Ground wiring fault
For use on 3-wire, North American 120V electrical outlets only
Non contact voltage tester's dual-range detects from 12 to 1000V AC or 70 to 1000V AC for a broad variety of low-voltage or standard voltage applications
Detects voltage with simultaneous visual and audible voltage indicators
Bright flashlight illuminates work area and may be used independent of voltage detection function
Lightweight, compact tool with pocket clip provides convenient storage and quick access
The RT250 is an electrical receptacle tester that tests the wiring conditions at an electrical outlet and inspects GFCI devices. The large LCD displays the voltage, identifies the wiring fault, and the time required to trip a GFCI device.
Klein’s new Non-Contact Voltage Testers have a simple to use, intuitive user interface that makes it easy to change between voltage detection ranges and easy to determine the current active range.
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.