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Wire Tracers #66899
06/21/06 11:12 PM
06/21/06 11:12 PM
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Dnkldorf  Offline OP
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Any tips on these?

Looking at a Amprobe 2004, 2005, and the 4005
AT's..

Any input on these and any others?

Need to trace 0-480V in walls and underground a max of 4'..

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Re: Wire Tracers #66900
06/22/06 12:50 AM
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Simi Valley, CA USA
I have the Ideal 61-954 "SureTest Circuit Tracer" Kit and it has worked well for me for tracing wires in walls. I have not had the opportunity to use it to trace underground, though I expect it would work well there as well.

Steve


Thanks
Steve

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