OEM/ODM China Automatic Transfer Switching Equipment-FTQ2 Supply to Johannesburg
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|Rated operational voltage Ue(V):||AC400V/50HZ|
|Rated operational current Ie(A):||20,25,32,40,50,63,80,100,125,160,180,200,225,315,350,400,500,630|
|Rated insulation voltage Ui(V):||690V|
|Operating position:||Normal power switch-on, backup power switch-on, Normal power& backup power switch-off|
|Rated controller Operating supply voltage:||AC220V|
|Under-voltage:||Adjustable from 160-200v,factory defaults:170V|
|Over-voltage:||Adjustable from 240-290V,factory defaults:270V|
|Operation Mode:||R:automatic change recovery,S:automatic change but not automatic recovery,F:Generator type|
|Switch-off delay time:||Adjustable from 0-180s,factory defaults:2s|
|Switch-on delay time:||Adjustable from 0-180s,factory defaults:2s|
The SureTrace™ Circuit Tracer from IDEAL is a great tool when trying to trace wires in walls, floors and ceilings in a building. It can save you hours of time when trying to locate the wires. Make sure to read the manual to learn how to use the tracer or simply watch the videos I have up! Good luck tracing those wires!
Sure Trace circuit tracer video Tracing Wire in Walls
(beauty pics or video using tracer)
Hi folks I’m Ron with ideal
In this video I will specifically show you how to trace wires in walls and ceilings using the Sure Trace circuit tracer from IDEAL.
(show tracer kit and part #’s customer service #)
If you would like to know more about the line of Sure Trace circuit tracers, you can find them on our website or contact our customer service department.
The circuit tracer can be used on open or closed circuits and is rated up to 600 V AC or DC and is a category three rated tester so it can be safely used in electrical distribution panels and throughout a building. You can use it to identify breakers and fuses in electrical panels and to trace wires in a building. When you are using the circuit tracers to trace lives circuits please be safe out there and follow good industry safety practices.
(Follow NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace) on screen
But often you can rely upon the SureTrace’s superior signal tracing ability and use this simpler method.
Step one is to plug the transmitter into a wall outlet using the Outlet Plug adapter provided with the circuit tracer.
Holding the receiver near the transmitter shows it is receiving a signal and the lightning bolt indicates power is present on the circuit.
The receiver works by detecting the electromagnetic field produced by the signal that the transmitter injects into the circuit. Whether the circuit is open or closed greatly affects the strength of the electromagnetic field being generated. In an open circuit, no current flows, so the electromagnetic field produced is weak. However, in a closed-circuit, current is able to flow, resulting in a much stronger electro-magnetic field. For this reason, tracing is best carried out on a live circuit, with the breaker closed.
( show drawings of open and closed circuits)
We can provide a complete path for the current to flow by simply placing a load like an incandescent lamp on the furthest outlet in the circuit.
This is the optimal method for tracing as this much stronger signal allows the receiver to detect the signal from a greater distance away from the circuit being traced.
(Close up of transmitter and receiver at outlet showing display then me plugging in light)
The receiver has 4 sensitivity modes with great resolution from 0-99. The ability to change the sensitivity really helps in trying to trace cabling because you can select a high sensitivity setting to get you close to the cable you’re looking for, and then reduce it to zero in on the right one.
(Close up video of display being rotated and sensitivity modes)
So step two is to set the receiver to the highest sensitivity mode. Start several feet away from the transmitter, then scan the wall with the receiver with the back flat against the wall or ceiling. The reading will vary according to the orientation of the receiver in relation to the wires being traced.
Step 3 Rotate the receiver to obtain the highest numerical reading possible.
Step 4 Maintain orientation and trace wire, changing orientation as necessary to follow bends and signal strength while tracing.
If the reading is too high, reduce the sensitivity.
If the signal is too weak, utilize the remote return path method for the transmitter. Then repeat step 2.
Continue tracing along the wall ceiling or floor in the direction of the signal.
Step 5 Mark the path at intervals using a small piece of tape to indicate the cables location. As the cable direction changes so too will the signal strength and orientation of the receiver. Continue following the highest reading until the end of the cable is found.
(Screen Shot of tester and catalog #, customer service #, website)
Call the IDEAL customer service line or visit our website to find out more about the circuit tracer and a local distributor you can buy one from.
I tell people tracing wires behind walls or in a ceiling is a little bit of an art form. Not always an easy thing to do but using the right tool like the SureTrace circuit tracer makes that tough job much easier to do.
Thanks for watching I’m Ron with IDEAL.
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