TestSafe miniPAT Appliance Tester Details
Extremely easy to use, small in size (much smaller than most PAT testers) and perfect for use with common electrical appliances, the TestSafe miniPAT is affordable, great for use by any level of user and is an essential purchase for schools, shops, offices and wherever else electrical safety is essential.
A simplified version of a standard PAT tester, the miniPAT makes procedures extremely easy to understand thanks to LED PASS/FAIL indicators. Just connect up to an appliance using the included accessories, press the test button and this portable tester will do the rest!
Fully suitable for use on IT equipment, class I and class II appliances, extension leads (using the supplied R2 adaptor) and also suitable for testing IEC and cloverleaf leads (TestSafe miniPAT 4mm Socket IEC Adaptor Kit required - sold separately) the miniPAT is not intended to be used for high volume applications and instead includes all of the basic functions to check a normal electrical appliance. It is recommended for use in the time period between official inspections as a way of maintaining electrical safety.
That's what makes it perfect for beginners - there's absolutely no difficult buttons and menus to work with, just a testing button, LED indicators and a port for your testing probe. Simple, effective and low cost, this tester is what you've been looking for.
Testing Appliances with the miniPAT
Here's just a few examples of how the miniPAT can be used with different appliances!
Class 1 Appliance: PC
The appliance is plugged into the miniPAT. Appliance switch is in the ON position. Attach the probe onto the appliance casing and press the test button.
As this is a class 1 appliance, all LEDs must be green.
Class 1 Appliance: Electrical Water Urn
The appliance is plugged into the miniPAT. Appliance switch is in the ON position. Attach the probe to clean metal work on the appliance and press the test button.As this is a class 1 appliance, all LEDs must be green.
Class 1 Appliance: Extension Lead
Plug the included extension lead into the miniPAT. Plug the supplied earth adapter into the extension lead and repeat for each socket.
Class 2 Appliance: Drill
Plug the extension lead into the miniPAT. Attach the earth probe onto any exposed metalwork and press the test button.
Latch the switch in the ON position.
As this is a Class II appliance we need to check that both the insulation and overall class II LEDs are illuminated green. This appliance has passed.
TestSafe miniPAT Appliance Tester Key Features
- The easiest and quickest way to check electrical safety
- Compatible with Class 1 and Class 2 appliances
- Test extension leads with the included R2 adaptor
- Purchase the optional PAT adapter pack to test IEC and cloverleaf leads
- Extremely easy to use, even for beginners
- Bright LED indicator lights show PASS/FAIL status
- Tests insulation and earth
- Protective rubber case
- Low battery indicator
- TestSafe miniPAT Appliance Tester
- Soft Carrying Case
- miniPAT R2 Earth Socket
- 9V Battery
- Earth Bond Lead
- Crocodile Clip
- Technical Specs
TestSafe MiniPAT Technical Specifications
|Resistance Ranges||The L-E LED will light red when the resistance between line to earth on the appliance or cable is lower than 1MΩ ±5%
The N-E LED will light red when the resistance between neutral to earth is lower than 1MΩ±5%
The earth bond LED will light green when the resistance between the earth of the appliance or cable to the probe is lower than 10Ω±5%
|Test Current||Line to earth: 9μA maximum
Neutral to earth: 9μA maximum
Earth to probe: 2.3mA maximum
|Maximum Output Voltage||9V RMS|
|Response Time||0.1 secs nominal|
|Battery Low Indicator||5V nominal|
|Size||72mm x 150mm x 36mm|
|Weight (Less Carrying Case)||Approx 194g (with battery)|
|Operating Temperature Range||-15 to 55°C|
|Storage Temperature||-20 to 70°C|
|Battery||9V / CE marked / EN 61326-1|
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