• Safety Compliance: Meets IEC 61010-1:2001, UL 61010-1 (2nd ed.), CAN/CSA-C22.2
• No. 61010-1-04, and ISA-82.02.01
• EMC Compliance: Meets IEC 61326-1:2006
• Operating: 90 V ac to 1000 V ac (A1/A2), 200 V to 1000 V ac (E1/E2/P1), 20V to 90V
• Temperature: Operating: -10 to 50 °C Storage: -10 to 50 °C
• Humidity: 0 % to 95 % (0 to 30 °C)
• Altitude: 3000 m
• Pollution Degree: 2
Turning the Tester On
Momentarily press the green button. Listen for a double beep to confirm activation. A
continual VoltBeat flash visually indicates the Tester is active.
Turning the Tester Off
Press and hold the green button for more than half a second. Listen for a long halfsecond beep to confirm deactivation of the Tester. The absence of the VoltBeat flash indicates the Tester is inactive.
VoltBeat (System Self-Test)
VoltBeat is a self-test feature for visual confirmation of battery and system integrity, and power on. It provides a double-flash every two seconds during normal operation.
Checking for the Presence of AC Voltage
Placing the tip of the unit near an ac voltage produces a steady glow at the tip and, if
enabled, a continual beep.
Auto Power Off
After about five minutes of non-use, the Tester automatically powers off to save battery life. A double beep, followed by a longer, single beep, provides audible indication that the Tester has powered off. The absence of the VoltBeat flash serves as a visual power-off indication.
Disabling the Beeper
Disable the beeper by holding the green button down for more than two seconds during
power up. To enable the beeper again, turn the Tester off, and then turn it on.
Low Battery Indication
When the battery voltage drops below two volts, VoltBeat provides visual indication by
stopping the VoltBeat flash. Replace with two AAA (LR3) batteries.
Clean with damp cloth
FOR USE BY COMPETENT PERSONS
Anyone using this instrument should be knowledgeable and trained about the risks involved with measuring voltage, especially in an industrial setting, and the importance of taking safety precautions and of testing the instrument before and after using it to ensure that it is in good working condition.