It's A Great Deal Probably

Look, if we knew how to use this thing, we'd be off earning mad bucks doing electrical work instead of, well, this. So this one's on you. Either you need it or you don't.

Electricity is one of those rare things that D.I.Y. doesn't always apply to. If you get a splinter while trying to build a chair, that's a tragedy. If you send an axe through drywall and chop through the main electrical connection for the house... well, just don't, okay? That's why we're not going to give you a lot of fast talk and rigmarole. If you don't know what you're doing, play it safe. Don't start pulling wires!

If, however, you're comfortable with circuits and diagrams and power flow and such, then you already know what an Ideal Analog Circuit Identifier does. You might even be in the market for one. And that's great, because we've got one right here! See? You complete OUR circuit today! We're the negative, and you're the positive!

Even those of you trying to learn electrical stuff might be happy with the Ideal Analog Circuit Identifier. You're brave, you do your homework, and you know how to play it safe. But, for real: if you think electrical engineering is another word for dark wizardry, don't use today's item.

Like, you can still BUY it, sure. But don't use it. We want you safe, because we want your money you to come back here tomorrow.

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2 of 5 Drills:
Serious Amateur!

This item is made for the person who knows that vise grips don't solve everything. The sort of person who knows when to use pliers and when to use a wrench. Or maybe, just maybe, for the person ABOUT to learn all that!

  • Easy one person operation saves time and resources when troubleshooting circuitry issues
  • Identifies specific circuit breakers or fuses with visual and audible indicators so you can see and hear the results for a clear and concise reading
  • Automatically indicates the right breaker for quick and easy breaker identification
  • Verifies presence of power
  • Independently tested to high safety levels
  • Analog breaker finder
  • For use on 120V AC circuits

Shipping Note: Shipping to PO Boxes and APO addresses not available for this item

Warranty: 2 Year Ideal


Operating Voltage: 100-140 VAC
Operating Frequency: 47-63 Hz
Maximum Load:
  • 18A (4ms) @ 120VAC
  • 200mW max @ 120VAC
Duty Cycle:
  • Max: 4mS every 16.6mS (continuous)
  • .24%
Power Source: 9V DC battery (not included)
Weight (excluding battery):
  • Transmitter: 1.77 ounces
  • Receiver: 3.0 ounces
Dimensions: Transmitter: 4.5" L x 2.25" W x 1.25" D
Receiver: 7.5" L x 2" W x 1.75" D
Owner's Manual: click here!

In the Box:

  • (1) Ideal 61-532 Analog Breaker Finder
  • (1) Transmitter
  • Owner's Manual

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