A portable instrument designed to find faults on LV Cable Networks

This system is intended to aid the tracing of the path a fault current flows down a low-voltage cable and to help identify where a fault is. There are six sensors in a standard set, and they record the peak current that has been detected flowing down the buried cable over which they are placed. The measurement is by the magnetic field which falls away with increasing distance, the actual measurement is an indication of fault current from 0-999.9 but which has no units.


  • Efficient fault detection
  • Adjustable sensitivity settings
  • Pinpoint accuracy in fault location
  • User-friendly interface
  • Remote monitoring capability via tablet