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ETHOS 7920 multifunction tester hits You Tube

Ethos’ is infiltrating You Tube with latest demonstration clips of the new 7920 Multifunction Tester; first in a series of demos being launched. Aimed at electrical contractors who are new to the Ethos 7920 Multifunction Tester, or for those wanting to get the best from their instrument, the demo clips provide either a complete demo on how to use the instrument.

Ethos 7920 multifunction tester hits You Tube

Ian Park of Ethos, comments; "Electrical contractors who have not yet purchased this instrument but simply want to know more about it can simply adopt a similar method to the try-before-you-buy, with a ‘watch-before-you-buy’!

The complete video which runs for approximately 10 minutes, has already received hundreds of hits and can be viewed on You Tube or the website

An experienced Ethos technician explains about the features and benefits of the product and talks, step-by-step, through the tests required to operate the instrument such as low Ohm, continuity, insulation, voltage and 3 phase rotation, loop and RCD testing.

The instrument meets all requirements of the 17th edition iee wiring regulations (BS7671:2008) and European Safety Standards EN61557.

It comes complete with a large carry case, interchangeable probes and full set of test leads, a full calibration certificate and a 3-year warranty, as standard.The 3-year warranty is provided giving the contractor peace of mind.

A short form user guide is provided with the product should the contractor need further assistance.

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