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JEGS 80569

JEGS Heavy Duty Circuit Tester

555-80569

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Heavy Duty Circuit Tester
  • 5' Lead
  • 3.25" Nose
  • Reinforced Alligator Clip
  • 6, 12 & 24 Volt Systems
  • JEGS 80569 Details

    Heavy Duty Circuit Tester

    JEGS Heavy Duty Circuit Tester has a 5-foot test lead with spring clip. The reinforcing spring prevents damage to test lead at the base of the handle. Tests 6-, 12- and 24-volt systems.

    JEGS Circuit Testers will quickly identify electrical trouble spots on wiring and circuits. Each electrical tester has a unique transparent handle with a comfortable, easy-to-grip design. A sharp probe and lengthy test lead with an alligator clip make them handy for 1-person automotive diagnostics. 

    Features:

    • Simple one-hand operation 
    • Detect DC voltage, power, ground, and circuit integrity
    • Compact, ergonomic designs

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