GB® Circuit Alert Non-Contact Voltage Sensor (GVD-3504)
- Pocket size
- 50 to 600 volts AC
- Battery check feature
- 360 deg. light indicator
- Audible indicator
- Replacement battery Ace No. 3115581 (requires 2)
- 1 year warranty
- c ETL US listed
*Items shipped from our warehouse to stores in Alaska and Hawaii will receive a 70% shipping discount.
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*Gas-Powered Outdoor Equipment cannot be returned once gas or oil has been put in it, even if the Equipment has been drained of these materials.
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- Poor Design
- Poor Performance
Comments about GB ELECTRICAL GB® Circuit Alert Non-Contact Voltage Sensor (GVD-3504):
I have had two of these so far, one which we had where I work and another which I purchased (foolishly) to replace some old switches at my grandmother's house since I didn't have all my good tools with me at the time.
Both of them suddenly, after light use, turned into nothing more than children's toys; Suddenly, whether they were near a electrical circuit or not they would immediately tell you they detect power. Very frustrating when you don't know what circuit you are supposed to turn off.
I recommend spending a little extra on a Fluke product, they are much more reliable.