The Beha-Amprobe KMP7021 Digital RCD Tester is an easy solution for testing Residual-Current Devices. The Beha-Amprobe KMP7021 features three levels of trip currents with either Fast Trip or Ramp Test for effective and convenient results. The device is easy to use and allows for hands free operation.
Residual current devices are essential safety equipment devices that help prevent fatal shocks. They can save a life but you need to ensure they are working properly and that the RCDs are operable in a variety of settings. You can’t afford to leave the operation of a residual current device to chance, which is why regular testing is an important part of keeping an RCD well maintained.
The Beha-Amprobe KMP7021 Digital RCD Tester is suitable for use for newly installed RCDs as well as for servicing older RCDS and conducting safety audits. This simple-to-use tester ensures compliance with regulations as outlined in BS7671 IEE 17th Edition as well as BS EN 61010-1 CAT III 300V regulations, BS EN 61557-1 requirements, BS EN 61557-3 standards and BS EN 61326-1 regulations.
The Beha-Amprobe KMP7021 Digital RCD Tester provides offers x1/2, x1 and x5 trip current levels for flexibility when it comes time to assessing a residual current device. Setting the level you desire is as easy as turning a dial, and there is also a setting for ramp testing included.
Press the phase button, and you can select a setting from 0 degrees to 180 degrees for positive and negative testing of semi cycles with the Beha-Amprobe KMP7021 Digital RCD Tester. Results appear quickly on the large digital display in big digits that are very easy to read.
To ensure accuracy when testing, the Beha-Amprobe KMP7021 Digital RCD Tester has three LED lights that illuminate when you have the tester properly connected. The display also shows the mains voltage levels prior to testing for your reference.
You can purchase this tester with or without a calibration certificate.