Trace Energized and De-Engerized Wires, and Identify Breakers and Fuses
Save time and eliminate confusion with Amprobe AT-6000 advanced wire tracers. With a receiver and powerful transmitter, the AT-6000 offers precise wire locating and unambiguous breaker tracing capability. Whether you're a novice user or an expert, the Amprobe advanced wire tracer kit will help you get the job done quickly.
The AT-6000-R receiver detects the signal in wires and cables using two methods: active tracing method (with the transmitter) and passive tracing method (without the transmitter). In hard-to-reach areas, the receiver's tip sensor can be used to trace wires in corners, tight spaces, and junction boxes.
The AT-6000-T transmitter works on energized and de-energized circuits up to 600 VAC/VDC in Category I through Category III electrical environments and features high-signal, low-signal, and loop modes. The Breaker Identification feature identifies the one correct breaker or fuse with the highest recorded signal, thus eliminating the confusion of multiple false positives common with older technology tracing tools.
The CT-400 Signal Clamp (optional for AT-6020, included with AT-6030) is used for applications where there is no access to the bare conductors, and enables the AT-6000-T transmitter to induce a signal into a wire through the insulation.
Trace Energized and De-Energized Wires
Identify Breakers and Fuses
Non-Contact Voltage Mode and Passive Tracing
GFCI-Protected Circuit Wire Tracing
Find Breaks, Openings, and Shorts
Trace Wires in Metal Conduit
Trace Non-Metallic Pipes and Conduits
Trace Shielded Wires
Trace Underground Wires
Trace Low-Voltage Wires and Data Cables
Sort Bundled Wires
Map Circuits Using Test Lead Connection
Trace Breakers on System with Light Dimmers
Use CT-400 Signal Clamp (AT-6030 Kit) to Improve Accuracy and Performance When There Is No Access to Bare Conductors