SKU: Amprobe 4160817

Amprobe 4160817 ST-102B AC Electrical Receptacle/Socket Tester with GFCI, 110-125V



Amprobe ST-102B Data Sheet

• ST-102B Receptacle Tester with GFCI

• Test GFCI breakers for proper wiring and operation
• Easy to read light indicators show common wiring problems
• Confirm GFCI socket is wired for protection
• GFCI circuit trips to confirm tester is working
• For use on 110-125 V ac

• Rated Operating Voltage: 110 – 125 V AC
• Wattage: 0.3 W
• Actuator: Black button
• Indicator Lamps: Red LED, three lights, incandescent
• Lamp Lens Colors: One red, two amber
• Light Colors: Open ground, open neutral, open hot, hot/ground reverse, hot/neutral reverse, correct
• Safety Agency Approvals: UL and cULus
• Warranty: 90 Days

The Amprobe ST-102B socket tester with GFCI is an outlet tester used to confirm the proper wiring of US and Canadian standard electrical outlets/sockets/receptacles and those wired with ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) in residential & industrial settings. Three incandescent lights and one LED indicate whether an outlet is correctly wired or the presence of five different wiring faults [open ground, open neutral, open hot, hot/ground reverse, and hot/neutral reverse]. The tester is designed to test 110 to 125V AC outlets (standard wall outlets) and is UL and Canadian UL listed for safety. properly wired. If properly wired, push the button on the top of the socket tester. EASY-TO-USE: Easily check and confirm proper wiring of electrical receptacles with the Amprobe ST-102B Receptacle Testers. Quickly confirm that GFCI breakers are properly wired for protection. NEW FEATURE: The ST-102B features a trip test function to confirm that GFCI protection is working properly (ST-102B only). WHAT’S A GFCI OUTLET?: Ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlets are there to protect people from electrical shock, typically used in areas where water is present (bathrooms and kitchens). Normal 120-volt outlets in the United States have two vertical slots and then a round hole centered below them ('ground').