Test equipment: Digital voltage indicators from HD Electric

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Utility testing: HD Electric’s DVI-100 and DVI-500 Series Digital Voltage Indicators are designed to be used on both transmission and distribution systems in overhead and underground applications up to 500kV. Voltage is displayed on a large LED display with a 2 or 3-digit readout. In addition, an audible alarm alerts the user to the presence of voltage above 100VAC. Models are also available with an option to measure elbow test points.

A video is posted on our website showing how the Digital Voltage Indicators work. To view the video and get more information on the DVI Series Digital Voltage Indicators, please visit our website – HDElectricCompany.com.

HD Electric Company
For over eighty years, HD Electric Company, a Textron Company, has provided products serving the diverse needs of the electrical power industry and its related industries worldwide. HDE’s continuous improvement and innovation in the areas of controlling, testing, measuring and recording of electric power has resulted in the development of leading edge products designed to help deliver electric power to customers safely and efficiently.

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