Why Use Electrical Test Equipment?
Around 1000 people are injured every year in electrical accidents at work, some cases lead to fatalities. The implications of such an accident in your workplace are huge and can lead to expensive and drawn out legal proceedings. Electrical faults can also result in fires, causing untold amounts of damage to your organisation and employees.
Electrical test equipment is essential to all organisations as legislation demands that all electrical equipment must be suitable for use, with a reduced health and safety risk. These guidelines cover all electrical appliances and apparatus including computers. High volumes of electrical leads and plug sockets, regularly found in office environments, pose an increased risk to electrical safety. The Electricity at Work Act states that people in control of electrical systems must ensure they are safe to use and maintained in a safe condition.
PARRS feature a range of electrical testing equipment from Cable Locators & Current Testers to Multimeters. A Multimeter is an instrument designed to measure electric current, voltage, and usually resistance, typically over several ranges of value.
We feature digital multimeters as opposed to analogue multimeters which means they deliver far better results in regards to accuracy and general data capabilities. Our multimeters are easy to use without compromising functionality. They are light and highly portable making them ideal for electricians and electrical engineers on the move as well as being perfect use in laboratories or schools.
We feature a general purpose Professional Cable Locator kit consisting of a transmitter and receiver to detect or trace conductors. The professional cable locator is ideal for tracing cables in walls/underground, locating fuses/breakers on final circuits and finding interruptions/short circuits in cables and electrical floor heating systems.
Our Voltage Detector Pen is compact and easy to use, just place the white tip where you wish to detect voltage. If voltage is detected a red LED light will show with an audible alarm. The pen can be used to detect voltage in household appliances or electronic equipment, etc.
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