GE 50957 Receptacle & GFCI Tester wiring indicator 110-125V


#nesm006 - This is an essential "Must Have" safety device for everyone, not just hobbyists, game moders, technicians or electricians. Say goodby to antiquated testers where you stick prongs into your electrical outlets to test if electricity is present. With this handy tester you simply plug it in and instantly verify if an electrical outlet has power running through it, or it is actually shut off. Check the polarity to make sure you're not plugging old electronics (without the ground prong) in the wrong way. This is simply a must when you're working on outlet switches, receptacles or wiring. With the easy 3-color coded lights it will quickly verify if you have the correct neutral, ground to hot wiring. And the color indentification chart is printed right on the tester so it is always with you. You know instantly if your electrical outlets were properly installed and working correctly. The best part about this little gem is its built in GFCI tester. Want to know if your bathroom or kitchen GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) receptacles are working properly so you can't be electrocuted? Plug this in and hit the button and the GFI should trip. If not, the socket is dangerous and you should consult an electrician. If it works, just press the reset on your recepticle. And finally, it is not only small enough to fit in your pocket, but it is rugged and built to last. No household (And I do mean No Household) should be without this item.

Product Details
For use with 110-125 VAC GFCI receptacles
Detects potentially incorrect wiring conditions
Checks GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) receptacles
Checks polarity
Ideal for home remodels & renovations
Lightweight & portable

manufacturer: General Electric
Model number: 50957
Weight: 1.6 ounces
Size: 3 3/8" X 1 9/16" X 1 1/4"
Color: Red
UPC: 043180509574
U1 Listed

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 08 March, 2014.

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