Performing Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) safely requires the answer to one question; is there voltage? NFPA 70E/CSAZ462 requires an absence of voltage test to verify an electrically safe work condition. The traditional process poses arc flash and shock hazards to comply with NFPA 70E Article 120.5: Process for Establishing and Verifying an Electrically Safe Work. The ChekVolt allows you to test absence of voltage and provides voltage presence indication; all without opening the enclosure door. Permanent Electrical Safety Device (PESD) users report LOTO procedure time reductions of 35-40 minutes.
Safe-Test Point 1000V
The latest edition to our Safe-Test Point PESD family is rated for use on equipment up to 1000 VAC/VDC. This PESD allows qualified workers to perform a safer and more productive absence of voltage tests than ever before on equipment with a higher voltage range. Safely test the line side, load side, or both by inserting multimeter-insulated probes into any two test point jacks to take a voltage reading.