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  1. alexander jackson
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    In the wholesaler the other day I saw with the volt sticks one for picking up magnetic fields, where would this be used ??
     
  2. Pete999
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    Contactor / relay coils to give an indication as to their opperation, further checks may be required, but like the voltstick, quite good as an early indication that requires further investigation.
     
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  3. Midwest
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    Midwest Electrician's Arms

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    Somewhere on earth, perhaps the north or even south pole :)
     
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    On solenoids for valves.
     
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    do you mean the valves in your computer?
     
  6. snowhead
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    No, they're steam powered.:eek:
     
  7. Adam W
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    Adam W Electrician's Arms

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    I play on Steam - what's your username?
     
  8. anthonybragg
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    Full of hot air then Adam.:D
     
  9. Adam W
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    Adam W Electrician's Arms

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    Thankfully I prepared for the Fallout from that.
     
  10. gnuuser
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    gnuuser retired Industrial wire monkey DIY

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    didnt see a picture but this is a mag probe they detect a magnetic field.
    they were handy for checking coils and solenoids and motors.
    they had an attenuator ring to weaken the ambient field of residual magnetism
    this is what you may have been describing, low cost test device consisting of a reed switch, battery, and LED

    magprobe.jpeg
     
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  11. Adam W
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    This one? (It may not work in Northampton)

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  12. alexander jackson
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    Thanks all for the info.
     
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