BT-120 Breaker tracers Data Sheet

BT-120 Breaker tracers Data Sheet
Data Sheet
Breaker tracers
The Amprobe breaker finders work on energized systems and are
designed to quickly and easily indentify breakers in residential
and commercial environments. Automatic sensitivity adjustment
removes ambiguity from the results of the tracing, and the
receiver will clearly and quickly identify the breaker with sound
and light.
n Used to identify circuit breakers
n Automatic sensitivity adjustment is easier to use and faster than the manual one
n Microprocessor controlled design provides extremely accurate readings (always finds the right breaker)
n Durable and dependable
n BT-120 works with standard 120V breakers
No hassle
n UL Listed
No waiting.
No shipping
Our commitment to
high-quality products
and customer service
is demonstrated by
our industry exclusive
“No Hassle” warranty.
In the unlikely event
that an Amprobe Test
Tool requires warranty
service, any of our
local dealers are
authorized to replace
it, on the spot.
(note: $500 MSLP limit)
Amprobe® Test Tools
Data Sheet
BT-120 Breaker tracers
Voltage Range
Operating Frequency
Storage Temperature
Operating Temperature
Sensitivity Adjustment
Power Supply
Transmitter Polarity
Environmental Conditions
Installation Category II
90 to 120V
50 - 60 Hetz
0-40 Degrees C
0-40 Degrees C
9-Volt Alkaline Battery (Receiver Only)
80% RH (non condensing)
For Indoor use, For Altitudes up to 2000 m, Pollution Degree 2
HTP-HVL cord assembly to be used with Circuit Detective Transmitter only according to instructions
Included Accessories
Users Manual
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12/2009 3520354 Rev A
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