Klein Tools® RT210 GFCI Receptacle Tester

SKU
KLN1107

Tests Any Standard Or GFCI Outlet | Detects Common Wiring Problems | 110/125V AC at 50/60Hz | 2 Meter Drop Protection 

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Klein Tools® RT210 GFCI Receptacle Tester

This tool is designed to detect the most common wiring problems. The GFCI receptacle tester instantly diagnoses common wiring faults in both standard and GFCI outlets. It conforms to UL standards 1436 and is certified to CSA srandard C22.2#160. 

Features:

  • Tests Any Standard Or GFCI Outlet
  • Voltage: 110/125V AC at 50/60Hz (3 Wire Outlets)
  • Operating Temperature: 32° F to 140° F
  • 2 Meter Drop Protection
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Standard Receptacles

1. Verify tester operation by testing on a known live and correctly wired receptacle.

2. Plug tester into receptacle.

3. Compare the illuminated lights on the tester to the key code printed on the tester.

4. If the tester indicates that the receptacle is not wired correctly, consult a qualified electrician

GFCI Receptacles

1.Check the GFCI receptacle user manual for information on how the specific receptacle operates prior to using this tester.

2.Insert the tester into the receptacle under test to check for correct wiring (See Fig. 1). Lights on the tester should illuminate.

3.Press the "TEST" button on the GFCI receptacle. Did the GFCI trip and the lights on the tester go dark? YES: Reset the GFCI by pressing the reset button. Proceed to step 4. NO: The GFCI is not operating properly or the receptacle is miswired. Consult a qualified electrician.

4.Press and hold the test button on the tester for 7 seconds. Did the GFCI trip and the lights on the tester go dark? YES: Reset the GFCI by pressing the reset button. The GFCI appears to be operating properly. NO: The GFCI is not operating properly or the receptacle is miswired. Consult a qualified electrician.