Q1: What is the high voltage tester used for?
A1: A high voltage tester is widely used in substations, power plants, fire departments, industrial and mining enterprises, electrician maintenance departments for power detection and field electrician work, etc.
Q2: What is a high-voltage electroscope?
A2: High-voltage electroscope is a tool used to check whether high-voltage lines and power equipment are live, and is a basic safety tool commonly used in
substations. The high-voltage electroscope is used to check whether the line or equipment is charged, the purpose is to ensure personal safety.
Q3: How to divide the high voltage tester level?
A3: According to the applied voltage level, a high voltage tester can be divided into: 0.1-10KV detector, 6KV, 10KV detector, 35KV, 66KV detector, 110KV, 220KV detector, and 500KV detector.
Tips: Why do you need a high-voltage alarm?
When you wear a high-voltage alarm and mistakenly enter a charged area and mistakenly climb a charged pole, the near-electricity alarm can issue a continuous audio alarm signal in time to remind the operator of the danger and prevent electrocution casualties caused by misperceptions and mistakes. After years of use in electric power, railroad, oil field, chemical industry, coal mine, and other departments, it has proved to have the effect of ensuring personal safety and has produced a good economic effect.