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#38727 05/31/04 01:38 PM
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I am looking for a ciruit breaker finder just wondering if there are some recommendations. Thanks

#38728 05/31/04 01:58 PM
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... I have the "New" Ideal Circuit Identifier,... that requires no "thumb-wheel" adjustments...Works well,and is easier to use than the earlier version, of which I also have...It also has a GFCI tester..All for around..$64.00 in a supply house..
Russ

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#38729 05/31/04 05:58 PM
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Hi Doug,
I use Amprobe Pasar system. It has been very good at locating cobles, circuit breakers, Etc. as long as they have power. I had trouble with the lower end units readly availible. Noise and distance were problimatic with them. The Pasar is much better under these circumstances.
I also just order a transmitter to find denergized wires,etc.


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#38730 05/31/04 09:33 PM
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I bought model # CT100 from this site and quite pleased w/ it. [Linked Image]

#38731 06/02/04 09:41 AM
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I've got the older "thumb wheel" Ideal model.

It works reasonably well. If you want to go "big time", you can check out the Greenlee combo sets... I've heard they work really well...

If you've got $400.00+ to drop!


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