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Martindale Electric has released the VIPD proving package for the working electrician.

The correct method for proving a voltage indicator is like using a PAT tester to check an appliance.

A visual test should be conducted first, then an electrical test and then leads should be flexed while continuity is tested.

Safe electrical work requires the use of a voltage indicator that has been proved with a proving unit.

Voltage indicators should always be tested with a proving unit or known live-source before and after use.

The Martindale VIPD proving package contains the PD690 proving unit, VI13700G voltage indicator and a free carry case.

Martindale PD690 is a portable battery-powered proving unit for the testing of contact-type voltage detectors up to 690V.

This unit is suitable for indicators with 230V and 415/440V AC or DC detection ranges, such as the Martindale VI13700G.

The PD690 can check indicators with ranges of more than 250V.

It can also check Drummond and other filament lamps.

The Martindale VI13700G voltage indicator meets all the GS38, M15/4, HSE, IEC1010 and IEC61243 recommendations.

It has bright, long-life neon indicators that indicate the presence of AC and DC voltages from 50-600V, as required by the Electricity Council Recommendation G9/6.

It has a tough moulded-case construction and long-life neons, heavy duty double-insulated cable, a large finger-guard and a retractable and lockable prod sheath.

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