Voltage test indicator

Grace Engineered Products’ SafeSide voltage test station is a permanent electrical safety device that performs lock-out, tag-out procedures and combines a voltage indicator and test points to verify electrical energy.

08/12/2015


Grace Engineered Products’ SafeSide Voltage Test Station (VTS) is a permanent electrical safety device (PESD) that performs Lock-Out, Tag-Out (LOTO) procedures and combines a voltage indicator and test points to verify zero electrical energy. Courtesy: GrGrace Engineered Products' SafeSide voltage test station (VTS) is a permanent electrical safety device that provides a method of performing lock-out, tag-out procedures. The VTS combines a voltage indicator and test points to verify zero electrical energy. The test point module design limits the maximum current to a safe level of less than 9 mA at 600 Vac. The VTS is offered in NEMA Type 4, 12, and 4X housings with clear covers to view the status of the voltage indicator without having to access the live test points inside the protective enclosures. The VTS meets and exceeds NFPA 70E/CSA Z462 and OSHA energy isolation principles.

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