HT38 is essential to identify the circuit breaker protecting a given socket on a panel board without having to dissect it.
HT38 includes a signal generator (HT38T) to be connected to the socket under test and a signal receiver (HT38R) capable of "exploring" all RCCBs of the panel board.
Q: Why getting HT38?
A: Because it permits to detect the RCCB of the line without having to dissect it. Q: Should the receiver be brought into contact with the RCCB’s terminals?
A: No, you just need to put the receiver HT38R on the RCCB’s casing to detect the signal generated by the transmitter HT38T
Q: Which is the maximum distance between a socket and the corresponding RCCB to be detected?
A: The maximum distance between HT38T (connected to the above said socket) and HT38R is 300m (on networks with rated voltage of 110V L , N) and is 500m (on networks with rated voltage of 230V L , N)
Q: According which principle does the instrument work?
A: The instrument works according to PLT principle. HT38T releases a signal into the cable under voltage which can be identified by the receiver HT38R.
|Circuit breaker localization|
|LED and sound indications|
|Protection category||CAT III 250V|
|Power supply||100÷120 / 200÷250VAC, 50/60Hz / 1X 9V|
|Weight in grams (batteries included)||140|
|Size (L x W x H)||95x60x30|