Clydesdale TAG 200 Voltage Detector (11/33kV)
Used to check whether an overhead power line is live or dead up to 69kV, the voltage range is determined by a ratio of 1:3 (i.e. 11-33kV).
The TAG 200 operates on all the most common frequency levels although the specific frequency level has to be specified at the time of ordering (unless specified the UK specification of 50 Hz will be assumed).
If the presence of a live voltage is detected this is notified to the user by a dual visual (red flashing LED) and an audible buzzer. If there is no trace of a live voltage (within its operating voltage) then a constant green LED operates. In the interests of safety and good practice the built in “All-Check” test feature checks all of the electronic circuitry as well as the battery level (one 9v alkaline battery supplied with each unit) each and every time the unit is turned on. Upon completion of this self check process a continuous green LED is displayed. The Robust poly-carbonate housing ensures protection of the electronic circuitry and the TAG 200 can be used in all weather conditions and in temperatures ranging from -25°C to +55°C. Lightweight and compact the TAG 200 has dimensions of length 188mm, diameter 49mm and a weight of just 380g.
Supplied in its own steel carry case complete with a hook and a Y electrode there is also a storage position for a spare battery (not supplied).