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sivoodoo

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Hi all,

Whats the cheapest (decent) voltage teter available that complies with GN3?

Thank you.
 
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Its not GN3 you must comply with but the HSE GS38
 
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sivoodoo

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HSE GS38, ok thanks, another damn publication we have to buy! :)
 
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Guest123

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Hey Tim

A number of wholsalers also do testers similar to that, in particular Newey and Eyre - exactly the same with a different badge is all.

Also CEF do a lot of kewtech kit now and they do those type of testers. Not sure on price but maybe worth a look.

Cheers.
 
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claret73

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Hey Tim
I just bought a Di-Log. Looks same as most Yellow Voltage Testers, Newlec etc...was advertised in Professional Electrician Magazine & you get a Voltstick worth £12 free if you buy before end March I think?

Check this site where I got mine from & Di-Log site:
Test Meter Supplier - Test Measuring Instrument Meter Testing Equipment
dilog.co.uk - Home

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