Frequently Asked Questions
Hi-Tech offers a digital, self-calibrating circuit identifier at the price of most manual units.
There is an audible tone that sounds as well as a flashing arrow indicating the correct beaker of fuse.
Yes, The HTP-6P will work with the voltages up to 250V with adapter cables.
All of Hi-Tech's products come with a limited lifetime warranty against manufacturer's defects.
Orders are generally shipped within 24 hours of a receipt.
The HTP-6 and HTP-6P have a "smart switch" feature. This allows the unit to automatically power down after 5 minutes of non-use in order to avoid unnecessary drain of the battery.
Hi-Tech currently has 4 models of circuit breaker detectors, 2 models that are manual calibration units, and 2 models that are digital, automatic units. Hi-Tech also offers as accessories a set of high voltage adapter cables, an incandescent light fixture adapter and replacement transmitters.
No- it is very simple. Just make one complete scan of the breaker or fuse box to allow the microprocessor to calibrate itself; then make a second scan to identify the correct circuit.
Over 40 years.
Hi-Tech is based in Illinois and manufactures its own line of circuit breaker detectors as well as private label products to other customers. Hi-Tech also sub-contracts manufacturing projects for many other companies using advanced, high-speed surface mount and through hole assembly equipment.
No. Out products are patented.