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Spark-e-Mate Multiple Function Circuit Tester, Leads and Box

Spark-e-Mate Multiple Function Circuit Tester, Leads and Box

Spark-e-Mate Multiple Function Circuit Tester, Leads and Box

Item Number: 493K

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Spark-e-mate

Product brand

Clipsal

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EU RoHS Directive

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Package 1 Bare Product Quantity

1

Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Number of Units in Package 1

1

Package 1 Height

14.0 cm

Package 1 Width

20.8 cm

Package 1 Length

34.0 cm

Package 1 Weight

3.123 kg
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Frequently Asked Questions

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VIDEO - Spark-e-Mate - How to Change Mode & Disable the Desensitisation Routine

A Quick how to video to show changing the mode on the Spark-e-Mate 493BTLi unit to Safe Mode, Super Safe Mode, Turbo Mode and then back to Normal mode. An explanation of each of the modes is also included and how these influence the tripping of RCDs during the Fault Loop or Earth Continuity testing. This video then shows how to disable the Desensitisation routine on the Fault Loop and Earth Continuity tests which can cause RCD tripping in some cases.

Why are all my tests in Spark-e-Log coming up as failed?

Spark-e-Log does not have the ability to determine what values are passes or failures. This determination should be made by the qualified person doing the tests. You can select within the settings of Spark-e-Log if you wish to have the results default to failure or pass. If set to failure you will need to change them all to passes if the values tested are correct otherwise if set to pass you will still need to confirm the values obtained during testing are a pass or fail and will need to change those that fail to fail.

Why can't I send my report from Spark-e-Log via email on my iPhone?

On the iPhone there is no ability to select from what app the email is generated. Due to this iPhone requires that its default email app be set up with an account so that these report emails can be sent through this default app.

What’s the difference between an RCD and safety switch and do I need one?

Essentially, nothing. ‘Safety switch’ is often a common name for an RCD, which stands for ‘residual current device’. It monitors the electrical currents in your home and if there is a fault or compromised circuit – whether it be from an appliance, wire or switch – it quickly disconnects the power.

We highly recommend speaking with your electrician about ways that you ensure your home is electrically safe. 

I want powerpoints with USB outlets in my house – where is the best place to put them?

Before you think about where to put them, first consider which devices you’re using regularly and how you’re using them, and where.

Traditional power points are often hidden behind furniture and other hard-to-reach locations which is not ideal for device charging.

Consider:

  1. Using the Clipsal Iconic Triple USB Charging Station that has a smart shelf to rest your device on – perfect for kitchen benches, near the couch or in the study.
  2. Installing them in light switches – a very accessible location for beside the bed.

Think realistically about where you want – or don’t want – to use your devices while they’re charging.