Klein Tools ET450 Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit
Klein Tools ET450 Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit
Klein Tools ET450 Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit
Klein Tools ET450 Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit
Klein Tools ET450 Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit
Klein Tools ET450 Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit
Klein Tools ET450 Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit
Klein Tools ET450 Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit
Klein Tools ET450 Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit
Klein Tools ET450 Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit

Klein Tools ET450 Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit

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$199.99 USD & FREE Shipping.
  • The Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit provides reliable tracing of 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 denotes signal strength
  • Receiver features a flashlight for illumination in low-light areas and NCV function to test if wires are energized
Overview

The Klein Tools ET450 Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit is a professional tracer for energized and non-energized breakers, fuses, and wires. When the Transmitter is connected to a circuit, the Receiver’s sensitivity can easily be adjusted to detect the transmitted signal on breakers, fuses, and wire through drywall, cement block, and underground. Kit comes with 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.


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Klein Tools ET450 Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit

Store the transmitter, receiver, leads and accessories in the included hard case!

Built-in flashlight for dark areas

Trace energized and non-energized fuses, circuit breakers and wires through walls, the ground and even cement!

Specifications
General Information
Brand
Klein Tools
Part Number
ET450
Product Type
Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit
Application
Trace Energized and Non-Energized Breakers, Fuses, and Wires
What's Included
Transmitter, Receiver, Blade and Ground Prongs, Alligator Clips, 3' and 20' Lead Adapters, AC Plug Leads, Instructions, All Required Batteries, and Hard Carrying Case
Packaging
Retail
Country of Origin
China
UPC
092644693380
California Residents
Proposition 65 Warning
Physical Characteristics
Material
ABS and Electronic Components
Length
Receiver: 7.05'' (17.9 cm); Transmitter: 8.72'' (22.2 cm)
Width
Receiver: 3.90'' (9.9 cm); Transmitter: 2.07'' (5.3 cm)
Height
Receiver: 1.84'' (4.5 cm); Transmitter: 1.51'' (3.9 cm)
Weight
2.92 kg
6.43 lb
Details
Features
The Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit provides reliable tracing of 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 denotes 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 12V, 48V, 120V, 240V, and 480V
Kit comes with 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
Voltage
External Indicators for 12V, 48V, 120V, 240V, and 480V
Frequency
Transmitter: AC 45Hz to 65Hz; Receiver: 33kHz
Batteries
Transmitter: 6 × 1.5V AA Alkaline; Receiver: 4 × 1.5V AA Alkaline
Battery Life
Up to 24 hr
Display Type
Reciever: LCD with Backlight
Video

Klein Tools' Advanced Circuit Tracer Kit (Cat. No. ET450) traces energized and non-energized breakers, fuses, and wires.


Why would you use this tool for ?
About manufacturer
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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.

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