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Power Probe Ii Pp219ftc With Case & Accessories on 2040-parts.com

US $39.99
Location:

Westminster, Maryland, US

Westminster, Maryland, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:POWER PROBE Manufacturer Part Number:PP219FTC Warranty:No Country of Manufacture:Unknown

Activate electrical components such as cooling fan motors, window regulator motors, lights, relays etc.

Short circuit protected Continuity testing for quick and easy tests of short circuits for bad grounds.

Audio tone is louder and easier to hear and indicates polarity, by using constant tones for both positive and negative. Positive is indicated by a higher pitched tone and Negative is indicated by a lower pitched tone.

The Audio tone can now also be turned off. The benefit of silencing the tone allows you to listen to a component while activating it with the Power Probe 2.

Power Probe 2 now has 2 bright white LEDS instead of just one and Red /Green LED polarity indicator.

Now Ergo designed and fits in the hand better.

20 foot long lead Quick. Self-test. Durable housing

Includes handy storage case, extra set of 20' leads, 9" extended probe, and 12 volt power adapter.


YOU ARE BIDDING ON A USED UNIT IN GOOD CONDITION

SELLING BECAUSE I UPGRADED

BOX IN GOOD CONDITION

TOOL OPERATES AS DESIGNED


PLEASE ASK ALL QUESTIONS PRIOR TO BIDDING

SOLD AS IS






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