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It's reall just a female plug end with alligator clips to be able to clip to wires on the circuit so I dont see why it wouldn't work with and plug type circuit finder.
Michael V.
· January 16, 2020
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The Circuit Breaker Kit 69411 has a screw in adapter for light sockets that is two prong for the transmitter of the Finder ET300. It also has a cord adapter that has two alligator clips on one end for bare wire, and a two prong receptacle on the other end for the Transmitter. The Finder Kit ET300 consists of a two pro… see more The Circuit Breaker Kit 69411 has a screw in adapter for light sockets that is two prong for the transmitter of the Finder ET300. It also has a cord adapter that has two alligator clips on one end for bare wire, and a two prong receptacle on the other end for the Transmitter. The Finder Kit ET300 consists of a two prong Transmitter and the Receiver. see less The Circuit Breaker Kit 69411 has a screw in adapter for light sockets that is two prong for the transmitter of the Finder ET300. It also has a cord adapter that has two alligator clips on one end for bare wire, and a two prong receptacle on the other end for the Transmitter. The Finder Kit ET300 consists of a two prong Transmitter and the Receiver.
Meril O. Lockhart
· February 9, 2014
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You’ll have to have the ends of the wires stripped —- to answer your question, you need ‘exposed wire’. Those alligator clips are not designed to just clip anywhere along an insulated conductor and work. Although, there are other apparatus designed for what it seems like you’re wanting, those kinds are constrained to… see more You’ll have to have the ends of the wires stripped —- to answer your question, you need ‘exposed wire’. Those alligator clips are not designed to just clip anywhere along an insulated conductor and work. Although, there are other apparatus designed for what it seems like you’re wanting, those kinds are constrained to low voltage scenarios. Things less than 24 volts. Typically inside control cabinets. When dealing with 120v or more, insulating piercing components isn’t a highly used practice. see less You’ll have to have the ends of the wires stripped —- to answer your question, you need ‘exposed wire’. Those alligator clips are not designed to just clip anywhere along an insulated conductor and work. Although, there are other apparatus designed for what it seems like you’re wanting, those kinds are constrained to low voltage scenarios. Things less than 24 volts. Typically inside control cabinets. When dealing with 120v or more, insulating piercing components isn’t a highly used practice.
Chris Harrell
· July 23, 2020
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Works on 120v, 277v I locate 277v breakers for lighting circuits in commercial buildings all the time. Been using this with klien circuit tracer for years. Will also locate 208v, 220v and 480v breakers by one lead on one phase then other lead on ground or neutral. Ground works best for me.
rnbowfsh
· April 9, 2021
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bought for a friend but if you look at the picture it shows red clip on red wire (hot) ? and black clip on white or neutral. Check with a meter for hot.
Edward Caceres
· May 6, 2019
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No. It is for adapting the Klein transmitter device to a light socket so you can find it’s circuit breaker. There is a simple plug in unit you can buy with an LED matrix that will show you what your circuit problems are. They are about $20 and found in the electrical section of most big box stores.
minus1n
· March 8, 2021
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No, per the manufacturer's documentation (and the provided plugs), this works on 90 - 120v only.
George E King
· July 1, 2021
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I have a two storage house and it works very well. So answer your question it depends on the size of your house. A house that is 2000 or 3000 sq ft it will work great. It might work on larger houses as well.
Michael Johnson
· December 13, 2020
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This is a belated suggestion but after you make sure the lamp circuit is dead (Use voltmeter or voltage detector), you can use a tone generator such as the Extech TG20 Wire Tracer/Tone Generator. Connect one side of the tone generator to the dead hot side (again, make sure beforehand it is dead) and the other to the n… see more This is a belated suggestion but after you make sure the lamp circuit is dead (Use voltmeter or voltage detector), you can use a tone generator such as the Extech TG20 Wire Tracer/Tone Generator. Connect one side of the tone generator to the dead hot side (again, make sure beforehand it is dead) and the other to the neutral (white wire) or ground wire. You can use the tone pickup detector to trace the tone back to switch or fault (such as open circuit). If it goes all the way back to breaker, be careful. Either the breaker is bad (if not thrown) and/or the neutral wire and ground wire both are not connected in breaker panel. This is unlikely so make sure the black wire at lamp is not hot before trying anything. Using a pocket AC voltage detector is one of the best ways to determine if ANY wire is hot. One last safety note, before starting touching any electrical wiring, experiment with the A/C voltage detector on a live circuit and a dead circuit to make sure it is working properly. see less This is a belated suggestion but after you make sure the lamp circuit is dead (Use voltmeter or voltage detector), you can use a tone generator such as the Extech TG20 Wire Tracer/Tone Generator. Connect one side of the tone generator to the dead hot side (again, make sure beforehand it is dead) and the other to the neutral (white wire) or ground wire. You can use the tone pickup detector to trace the tone back to switch or fault (such as open circuit). If it goes all the way back to breaker, be careful. Either the breaker is bad (if not thrown) and/or the neutral wire and ground wire both are not connected in breaker panel. This is unlikely so make sure the black wire at lamp is not hot before trying anything. Using a pocket AC voltage detector is one of the best ways to determine if ANY wire is hot. One last safety note, before starting touching any electrical wiring, experiment with the A/C voltage detector on a live circuit and a dead circuit to make sure it is working properly.
JMiller2414
· October 21, 2015
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Contact Amazon customer service.
kenneth roberts
· April 4, 2020