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VeriSafe™ absence of voltage tester minimizes risk by verifying the absence of voltage once installed. VeriSafe™ absence of voltage tester reduces testing procedure time and complexity to imporve productivity.
VeriSafe™ Absence of Voltage Tester:
Improved Safety and Risk Reduction: Determine voltage status BEFORE equipment is accessed. Prevents direct exposure to electrical hazards.
Increased Productivity: Easy to use, initiate test with the push of a button. No additional tools required. Provides visual alert to abnormal power conditions.
Simplified Process for Easier Compliance: Automated test sequence based on the steps in NFPA 70E for verification of an electrically safe work condition. Automated test helps reduce operator errors
Reliable Results: Fail-safe design with active indications. Safety functions meet SIL 3 per IEC 61508-1.
Flexible Applications: Designed for testing three-phase circuits up to 600V. Install on line or load side of electrical disconnect. Detects absence of AC and DC voltage.
Absence of Voltage Testers are Fail-Safe and Reliable
Test each phase conductor or circuit part phase-to-phase and phase-to-ground for absence of voltage
Built-in test circuit verifies operation on a known voltage source before and after absence of voltage test
Verifies installation of hardwired test leads before and after absence of voltage test
Functional safety principles ensure hardware and firmware are designed to prevent and control dangerous failures of safety functions
Installed device ensures tester is rated for the application and is less susceptible to damage than portable testers
Automated test sequence helps reduces operator errors
Equipment with a single source of incoming power
High risk associated with access, such as frequently accessed equipment or high incident energy
Remote or difficult to access locations, such as outdoor, mezzanine or catwalk
Sites with temporary or intermittent power
Equipment with stored electrical energy, such as VFDs and capacitors
Equipment frequently serviced by third-party technicians or contractors