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    Electronic voltage detectors

    August 1, 2012

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    TAG Electronic Voltage Detectors are designed to detect distribution and transmission voltages. When in direct contact with an energized conductor, the TAG emits an audible and visual alarm to clearly warn the user if the conductor is energized. All TAG Voltage Detectors can be used in overhead and underground applications, with the appropriate probes.

    HD Electric Co.

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