Amprobe LT-10 Lamp Tester takes the drudgery out of troubleshooting fluorescent lamps One pocket-sized tool tests the bulb, pins, and voltage in seconds
EVERETT, Wash., May 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Amprobe® introduces the LT-10 Lamp Tester, a pocket-sized, lightweight, tool that takes the guesswork out of troubleshooting fluorescent light fixtures. The one-button LT-10 can verify in seconds whether fluorescent bulbs are operational prior to installation or removal making it ideal for facility and property maintenance teams with a large number of fixtures to maintain.
Troubleshooting fluorescent bulbs without a lamp tester typically takes 20-30 minutes and requires removing the bulb and often climbing ladders. With the Amprobe LT-10 Lamp Tester, technicians can test T2, T4, T5, T8, T9, T10, T12 and fluorescent energy saving bulbs in seconds to determine whether a fluorescent light is close to the end of its lifecycle, cutting down on wasteful bulb replacement.
With its lightweight, ultra-compact design, the LT-10 Lamp Tester truly goes from your pocket to answers in seconds. Featuring a highly responsive 48-inch retractable and removable antenna, it extends the reach of technicians and reduces the amount of time spent climbing up and down ladders. The non-conductive antenna sleeve allows for safe testing while its two-inch plate delivers better readings and is removable so you're able to troubleshoot bulbs through architectural grids.
The LT-10 also features VolTect™ non-contact voltage detection to provide both visual and audible alerts to identify the source of voltage without the need for an extra tool.
With the Amprobe LT-10 Lamp Tester you can now perform three jobs – test the lamp, pins and voltage with a single pocket-sized tool.
For more information about Amprobe test and measurement products or to download a catalog, visit the Amprobe Web site at www.Amprobe.com, call toll-free 877.AMPROBE (877.267.7623), or e-mail info@Amprobe.com.
The Amprobe name is synonymous with rugged tools at a great price. Designed to perform and proven in the workplace, Amprobe tools are built tough and priced right. Amprobe developed the first clamp-on meter in 1948 and for six decades and has been hard at work building durability and affordability into every tool it makes. No other tools give electrician and HVAC professionals more quality for their hard-earned dollar than Amprobe. To learn more, visit www.Amprobe.com.