Proxxon Voltage Tester VDE 0680
Proxxon Voltage Tester VDE 0680
£3.80 (£3.17 Ex. VAT)

Proxxon Voltage Tester VDE 0680

Code: 101391

  • Handle made of high strength ABS
  • Textured non-slip surface for a positive grip
  • Gives an indication of voltage between phases 220 to 250V, 50/60Hz (up to 500Hz)
  • Nickel-plated blade 0.5 x 3.0 continuously hardened
  • Spring steel clip for front pocket
  • Blade length 60mm, total length 140mm
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£3.80 (£3.17 Ex. VAT)

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In Detail

The handle is high strength ABS, with a textured, non-slip surface for a positive grip. The tester undergoes strict testing piece by piece at 2,000V. It gives an indication of voltage between phases 220 to 250V, 50/60Hz (up to 500Hz). The hardened, nickel-plated blade is 60mm long with a 0.5 x 3.0mm tip. A spring steel clip secures the tester in your shirt pocket. Total length 140mm.

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What does VDE mean?

VDE is a standard to ensure screwdrivers and other hand tools are safe to use when working with electricity. VDE takes its acronym from the German company Verband der Elektrotechnik, who are responsible for testing and certifying tools and appliances.

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VDE has become the recognised standard within the building trade throughout Europe. Seeing the VDE trademark on a pair of pliers or a screwdriver gives the user the assurance that it’s safe to use with electricity. Wherever you see the VDE mark you will often find a voltage limit, this indicates what voltage levels the tool is safe to work with.

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Not just any tool can bear the VDE certification mark. All VDE rated tools are put through very rigorous testing to ensure the quality, construction, safety and even the ergonomics meet with the protective requirements of the applicable EC Directive.

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