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VeriSafe™ Absence of Voltage Tester is The safe way to verify the absence of voltage

Designed for low voltage equipment up to 600V

VeriSafe™ Absence of Voltage Testers uses active visual indicators that convey the status of voltage inside electrical equipment before it is accessed, reducing exposure to electrical hazards and protecting workers.

Please visit The Guide to Absence of Voltage Testing for more information on the topic.

Clear Status Indicators

Comparison of Test Methods

Automatically Performed the Test in Sequence. No Exposure to Electrical Hazards

  1. Test the Tester – Verify tester can detect voltage in the desired range
  2. Verify Installation – Verify tester is in contact with the circuit
  3. Check for Voltage – Test phase-to-phase and phase-to-ground
  4. Verify Installation – Re-verify the installation
  5. Retest the Tester – Re-test the tester

Please visit What is Absence of Voltage Testing and why do I need to test for it? for more information about the test.

Key Features & Benefits

Improved Safety & Risk Reduction

  • Determine voltage status BEFORE equipment is accessed
  • Prevents direct exposure to electrical hazards

Increased Productivity

  • Easy to use, initiate test with the push of a button
  • No additional tools required
  • Provides visual alert to abnormal power conditions

Reliable Results

  • Fail-safe design with active indications
  • Safety functions meet SIL 3 per IEC 61508-1

Simplified Process for Easier Compliance

  • Automated test sequence based on the steps in NFPA 70E for verification of an electrically safe work condition
  • Automated test help to reduce the operator errors

Flexible Applications

  • Designed for testing three-phase circuit up to 600V
  • Install online or load side of the electrical disconnect
  • Detects presence of AC and DC voltage

Ideal Applications

  • Equipment with a single source of incoming power
  • High risk associated with access
    • Frequently accessed equipment
    • High incident energy
  • Remote or difficult to access locations
    • Outdoor, mezzanine, catwalk
  • Sites with temporary or intermittent power
  • Equipment with stored electrical energy
    • VFDs, capacitors,
  • Equipment frequently serviced by third-party technicians or contractors

Competitive Comparison

VeriSafe™ Absence of Voltage Testers

  • Reduce the risk of exposure to electrical hazards for improved worker safety
  • Reduce testing procedure time and complexity to improve productivity
  • Supports compliance when used as part of the lockout/tag-out process described in NFPA 70E

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More Information of Absence of Voltage Testing

What is Absence of Voltage Testing and why do I need to test for it?

Nobody wants to get an electric shock while working on the electrical panels especially when they think that it has been made safe; the Absence of Voltage Testing is explicitly designed to prevent this incident from happening. Here, we will explain “what is the test?”, the test standard, and its procedures.

How to test for the Absence of Voltage? What is the best methods?

We outlined the different methods and go through the pros and cons. The most efficient and safest method is the Absence of Voltage Tester device

Technical Specifications

Status indicator
Applications Environment
Electrical System For use in 1, 2, or 3-phase AC systems Operating Temperature 0°C to +60°C (32°F to 140°F)
Voltage Detection Range Up to 600V AC (50/60 Hz)

Up to 600 V DC

Storage Temperature -45°C to +85°C (-49°F to +185°C)
Humidity 5 to 95% non-condensing
Absence of Voltage Threshold 3 V Pollution Degree 3
Overvoltage Category III (600 V) Battery
Degree of Protection NEMA 1, 12, 4, 4X / IP 66 Voltage Industrial 3.6 V Lithium AA
Short Circuit Current Rating 300,000 A rms symmetrical at 600 V Estimated Life User replaceable. Estimate 5+ years with normal operating conditions.
UL 1436 Standard for outlet circuit testers and similar indicating devices.
EN/CSA/UL 61010-1 Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control, and laboratory use.
EN/CSA/UL 61010-2-030 Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control, and laboratory use – Part 2-030: Particular requirements for testing and measuring circuits.
UL 508 & CSA-C22.2 No. 14 Industrial control equipment.
IEC 61508 Functional safety, SIL 3.
FCC CFR 47 Part 15 Radio frequency devices.
EN 61326 & EN 55011/CISPR 11 EMC standards for industrial measurement products.
CAN ICES-1 Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) radio frequency generators.
Planned Certifications UL, cUL, CE, RoHS