Socket & See SOK DSO True Polarity Tester
The Socket & See SOK DSO is specifically designed to meet the needs of electricity distribution companies. It plays a vital role in identifying cross polarities in the customer supply. What sets it apart is the TruPol feature. This feature guarantees accurate results. It mandates users to press the test button and establish a ground reference before conducting any tests. This step eliminates the possibility of user error and provides reliable indications, ensuring precise fault detection.
The SOK DSO excels in rapidly and safely detecting reversed Live/Neutral on PME systems, a fault that is often difficult to notice through other means. By quickly identifying this subtle fault, the SOK DSO allows for prompt resolution, thereby preventing potential electrical hazards and disruptions in the distribution network.
In addition to its primary purpose, the SOK DSO serves as a comprehensive socket tester, offering both visual and audible indications of various wiring conditions. With the ability to indicate up to 19 possible conditions, the SOK DSO provides a thorough analysis of electrical connections. Faults are indicated by a distinctive warbling tone, ensuring easy identification, while good wiring is represented by a continuous tone. The combination of visual and audible cues provided by the Socket & See SOK DSO allows users to promptly detect any abnormalities in the electrical system. This helps in maintaining safety and preventing accidents.
With its modern design and reliable performance, the Socket & See SOK DSO provides electricity distribution companies with a tool they can rely on. It ensures the efficiency and integrity of their distribution networks.
- Clear indication of DSO cross polarity
- Visual and audible feedback
- Indication of up to 19 wiring conditions
- Logical and simple ‘Green for Go’ LED indication
- Detection of reversed Live/Neutral on PME system
- One-button operation
- Continuous tone for good wiring
- Warbling tone for faults
- User-provided ground reference with button press