• Product Description

    The EPF PRO is an all new dual-function hazardous voltage and live-phase finder built to detect voltages greater than 40V and to ensure safety for it's operative. The unit uses Direct Contact by way of Capacitive Coupling to identify any Live Phase; a more certain method than Non-Contact Indication, making the EPF PRO a safe addition to any Engineers Toolbox.

    The UK designed EPF PRO is a dual function hazardous voltage and live phase finder which will detect if voltages greater than 40VAC are present in order to protect operatives from dangerous live circuits, direct contact or leakage situations at electrical cabinets, street lighting columns and wooden, concrete and metal poles that carry live overhead supplies.

    Identification of Live Phase conductors: as the EPF PRO uses direct contact for measuring (using the safest method known - capacitive coupling), the identification of the Live Phase is more certain than using Non-Contact Voltage Indicators or similar devices.

    The EPF PRO is extremely safe to use as there is no need to operate touch pads or any other direct contact method to operate the unit correctly.

    Features

    Voltage measurement range 40 - 600VAC

    Safe Live Phase detection

    Flashing Red front section plus audible warning indicates greater than 40VAC is present

    Slow flashing blue LED with single beep monitors EPF PRO electronics are working correctly

    EPF PRO is fully functioning even if wearing full PPE

    Robust construction with IP54 water and dust ingress rating

    Probe tip conforms to HSE Recommendation GS 38

    Item Specification

    Safety Standard    BE EN 61010-1:2010   
    Minimum lP    IP54
    Environmental    -18 to 55°C 85%RH
    Power     2 x LR6 M alkaline batteries (not included)
    Battery life    Replace the batteries every two years based on Standard BS EN 61557 Duty Cycle.
    Dimensions    Length 200mm, width 22mm, depth30mm
    Weight (with batteries)    88g

    Additional Details

    Type Voltage Testers & Proving Units