The 4C-4911 Battery Load Tester is a portable unit. The
battery load tester can be used to load test all 6 volt, 8 volt and
12 volt batteries.
The battery load tester has two heavy-duty cables. The cables
can be easily fastened to the battery terminals.
A knob on the top of the battery load tester adjusts the current
from the battery to a maximum of 100 amperes. The tester is
cooled by an internal fan that is automatically activated when a
load is applied.
The battery load tester has an LCD in order to display the
voltage and the amperage.
Refer to the Tool Operating Manual, SEHS9249 for operating
instructions for the 4C-4911 Battery Load Tester.
The 8T-0900 Ammeter is a portable instrument for measuring
electrical current. The ammeter measures the electrical
current without interrupting the circuit or damaging the
insulation on the conductors.
The ammeter has a digital display of 1 to 1200 amperes for
indicating the current. If a 6V-6014 Cable is connected
between the ammeter and the digital multimeter, current
readings of less than 1 ampere can be displayed on the
A lever is used to open the jaws of the ammeter in order to
place the jaws on an electrical conductor. The current is
measured when the jaws surround the electrical conductor.
The diameter of the electrical conductor cannot exceed 19 mm
A trigger switch that can be locked in the ON or OFF position is
used to turn on the ammeter When the trigger is released, the
last current reading remains on the display for five seconds.
Retaining the reading allows accurate measurements to be
taken in areas with limited access when the digital display is
not visible to the operator.
Power for the ammeter is produced by batteries which are
located inside the handle.
Refer to Special Instruction, SEHS8420 for operating
instructions for the 8T-0900 Ammeter.
6V-7070 Digital Multimeter
6V-7070 Digital Multimeter.
The 6V-7070 Digital Multimeter is a portable instrument.
The digital multimeter has seven functions and 29 ranges. A
digital display indicates the measurement. The digital
multimeter measures resistance in ohms. This capability
permits continuity checks for fast circuit inspection. The digital
multimeter can also be used for troubleshooting small