The “Live Trace” live low voltage phase identification system is used for positively identifying phase conductors of low voltage distribution systems. The transmitter unit is placed at a point of known phasing on the low voltage area, and one of the receivers is used to identify the phase connection of houses or streetlights connected to the low voltage distribution area.
The transmitter unit (pictured to the right and below, click images for a larger version), is connected at a point of known phasing on the LV distribution network. It is fitted with a hanging bracket and lanyard for pole top use. It is manufactured in a weatherproof enclosure to ensure it is not damaged in the event of inclement weather during use. It is supplied with quality, European made test leads.
The non-contact receiver (below, and below left) is used to identify which phase a house, streetlight or other equipment is connected to. It can be used simply by placing the head of the receiver near a conductor. It is able to detect phasing at a domestic switchboard without removing panels, allowing for fast and safe phase identification.
The contact phase identification receiver is designed for use in 3 phase switchboards, and similar areas where there is not enough physical separation to identify conductors using the non-contact receiver. Simply place the active and neutral probes on phase and neutral respectively, and the LCD will display the phase to which the receiver is connected.
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