Australian-made Cable Core Identifier from Amplitude
Amplitude has released an Australian-made Cable Core Identifier which is used to identify cores or phasing on de-energised UG cables.
After a cable has been cut, phasing/core markings cannot be trusted as a source of identification due to many reasons. The Cable Core Identifier now easily solves this problem and takes the guesswork out of this process.
This new version now includes a ‘low battery’ indication and has had its leads improved to no longer fail if accidentally left on the cable whilst performing insulation resistance testing (megger proof).
It includes coloured remote end diodes, a transmitter (CCI unit) and a carry bag as well as easy to read actions to get phasing right.
Additionally, the Cable Core Identifier comes with insulation resistance test-proof leads.