- Locates and traces energized and de-energized wires and breakers in floors, walls, and ceilings
- Pinpoints shorts and opens
- Traces AC/DC Circuits from 0-600 V
- Features three power modes
- "High" power mode for normal circuits
- "Low" power mode for precision tracing in difficult areas
- Clamp power mode provides a boosted induction signal via the optional signal clamp
- Offers two output frequency modes for optimal tracing
- 6 kHz for energized circuits
- 33 kHz for de-energized circuits
- Provides embedded help screens to simplify setup
- Comes with custom Amprobe hard carrying case, test leads, and accessories
- Compatible with optional Signal Booster Rechargeable Battery Pack (BR-7000-T), Signal Clamp (SC-7000) clamp-on attachment, and TIC 410A Hot Stick attachment to extend your reach
The Amprobe AT-7020 Advanced Wire Tracer kit includes the AT-7000-R Receiver and the AT-7000-T Transmitter. The Receiver includes Amprobes patented Smart Sensor feature to instantly display the location and orientation of energized wires in walls, floors, and ceilings. You can clearly see the direction of the wire on the large, bright TFT LCD full color display. In hard-to-reach areas, you can use the Receivers Tip Sensor to trace wires in corners, tight spaces and junction boxes. The Transmitter offers two automatically-selected frequency modes for optimal tracing on energized and de-energized circuits, and three power modes (high, low, clamp) for a variety of environments. The breaker modes Scan and Locate 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. So whether youre a novice user or an expert, the Amprobe AT7020 circuit tracer kit will help you get the job done fast.
The shape of the tip sensor allows tracing in hard to reach areas, corners & tight spaces, precise circuit breaker and fuse identification. By utilizing two different types of antennas (inductive coil and capacitive), the tip sensor enables optimal tracing results of both energized and de-energized circuits, which are automatically selected by operating mode.
Quickly and easily determine the precise direction and location of energized wires in walls, floors and ceilings with the patented Smart Sensor. Combined with a fast signal processor that measures small changes in the detected signal multiple times per second, this new technology provides unmatched precision and ease of use for tracing energized wires.
Featuring three power modes high, low, and clamp, and two output frequencies (6kHz and 33 kHz), the AT-7000-T incorporates the best technologies available for optimal wire tracing and breaker identification on both energized and de-energized circuits. The AT-7000-T automatically sets the frequency based on detected voltage, and prompts users to set the power level based on their application. The color TFT LCD screen displays the detected voltage, frequency output and power mode.
Quick and Easy Wire Tracing with the Smart Sensor
Tracing Wires in Walls, Ceilings and Floors
Tracing wires can be a challenge. The Amprobe AT-7000 makes tracing energized wires easier and more accurate than ever before. The Smart Sensor patented sensor array and advanced signal processor provides instant feedback of wire location and direction on the large TFT LCD color display. Easily determine the direction and orientation of wires in walls, floors and ceilings up to 2 in/5 cm accuracy.
Trace Wires Inside Conduit
Trace energized and de-energized wires enclosed in metal conduit by removing the junction box cover and using the AT-7000-R Receivers Tip Sensor to identify the specific wire carrying the transmitted signal generated by the AT-7000-T Transmitter. Wires in non-metal conduit can be traced directly without opening the junction box and using the AT-7000-R Receivers Smart Sensor.
Trace energized wires without access to exposed conductors
The SC-7000 signal clamp accessory can be used with the AT-7000-T Transmitter to induce a signal into energized and de-energized wires when there is no access to bare conductors. Simply clamp around the desired wire to induce the signal, then begin tracing.
Use the Tip Sensor to trace wires in hard to reach areas
When used with the AT-7000-T Transmitter, the Tip Sensor pinpoints the location of energized and de-energized wires in tight, hard to reach spaces. It easily and accurately traces the targeted energized and de-energized wires in junction boxes, corners, walls, floors and ceilings to a depth of up to 20 feet.
Non-contact voltage (NCV) detection
The NCV feature extends functionality of the AT-7000-R Receiver by detecting energized wires from 90 to 600 V and 40 to 400 Hz without the use of the AT-7000-T Transmitter. Its adjustable sensitivity fits a range of applications, from detecting presence of voltage (higher sensitivity) to precisely pinpointing a hot wire in a bundle (lower sensitivity).
Hot Stick attachment (OPTIONAL) The optional TIC 410A Hot Stick accessory enables easier tracing of wires in high ceilings, walls and along floors.
|SC-7000||Amprobe SC-7000 Signal Clamp for the AT-7000 Series Kits||
|HS-1||Amprobe HS-1 Three-Way Magnetic Hanger for AT-7000 Series and Amprobe Multimeters||
|BR-7000-T||Amprobe BR-7000-T Booster Battery for the AT-7000 Series Kits||
|BR-7000C||Amprobe BR-7000C Battery Charger for the AT-7000 Series Kits||