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ac voltage Customers Reviews

  • Worth the money

    posted by firethorn

    Product is very sensitive (with few limitations - see Cons).
    If you are just checking to see if there is current through the lines, and not trying to find the lines, this product is well worth the money.
    This product is well worth the money and if I ever find myself needing another one, I'll be heading right back here. (Just don't rely on it for life threatening situations)
  • Portable AC/DC Volt-meter

    posted by evilredhot

    + This tester measures voltage with only one touch - very easy
    + You can easily see values in the dark
    + High measurement range (from 12V up to 250V)
    + Tests both AC and DC powers
    ! Button's descriptions should be written English in order to be more readable and make usage of tester more easy.
    For that that price it is good enough, portable voltage tester.
  • great tool for do it yourselfer electrician

    posted by guasta

    keeps you from getting electricuted is alwaays a big plus to me and that is well worth the price in my eyes...also tells you if the dim wits in the house before you put power to the wrong wire
    keeps you from getting electricuted is alwaays a big plus to me and that is well worth the price in my eyes...also tells you if the dim wits in the house before you put power to the wrong wire
    safety first is worth the money
  • Simple and efficient voltage regulator

    posted by Cubytus

    Very good voltage dimmer for resistive loads.Uses very good quality components, with easily available datasheets.
    I used mine to replace an old mechanical thermostat that was broken in a baseboard heater. I assumed heat loss was more or less constant and thus didn't need control according to the ambiant temperature. I took the heatsink out of a scrapped TV.Triac itself, although able to support much heat, needs to be mounted on a properly-sized heatsink. Unfortunately its short leads require lengthening using heavy-duty cable to place it close to the heatsink, that may be relatively far from the circuit itself.Operating it in 120V works, but potentiometer isn't very sensitive in the lower levels. Not really an issue for my application.
    Dimmer able to withstand high wattages, provided it is associated with a properly-sized heatsink.
  • Pay the money and stay safe

    posted by OnTheBeach

    I have used this tester for just over a year now and it has been 100% reliable. I don't want another hit of 240VAC....I'm too old now! Anyhow, out of curiosity I bought a Fluke copy for $3~$4USD. It looked much the same, seemed to be better spec'd but it does not detect anywhere near as reliably. Kind of hit and miss! I tossed it in the garbage....I guess you get what you pay for! If you are playing with 240VAC [or possibly even 110VAC] then get this. All the same, I still double check by crossing the old screwdrivers! DX also sell a Fluke clone....I wouldn't bother.
    For low voltage stuff, I often go cheap but after a few bad experiences with 240VAC, I now always go for the big name brands for my household electrical wiring even if it costs 5 times the price.
    A reliable, must have, safety device if you are doing any household wiring.

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