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INNOVA 3410 Test Light/Circuit Tester

4.4
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Description

  • Designed to identify whether voltage is present on wiring and circuits
  • Transparent handle shows bright LEDs to identify connections
  • Green = Ground Present
  • Red = Voltage Present
  • Ergonomic grip design with 6-foot test leads

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Customer Reviews

i am not happy with this item i bought it not more than ...i am not happy with this item i bought it not more than two months ago and it has already failed, even after the second day of using it was acting up but i figured i keep using it, it seemed to work ok but eventually the white led stopped working now the green light has failed. I'm in the automotive car alarm remote start business and i need a reliable probe this is not it1We'll see how the seller stands behind their merchandise. I'll keep y'all posted.It's difficult to try to find warranty/service info for this. Light quit working yesterday... and fuse is ok. Purchased in September and seems impossible to find a link for help.UPDATE: 7/26/18 Although it is challenging on many occasions to find the right avenue for service....the seller did send a replacement and arranged for the return of the defective one. I use this product practically every day and am quite satisfied.5First LED one I have owned, not bad for the price I am used to the old school ones and they have their place. But if you want to be pretty safe when probing around your car's electrical, I suggest getting one of these. I think the draw is low enough to not cause significant damage. I posted the measurements on my youtube channel (JoeCanDoIt) if you want to learn how to use the product. 5Item works as intended.The item arrived as scheduled on time. I have tried the item and it works much better than the previous one I had. The end clip to connect to the negative terminal is of a good size. The item works great and has a long enough cable to connect to the negative terminal inside the engine hood to the fuse box inside the car in the glove compartment. I would recommend this item to anyone.5Very nice test light with a good grip, and bright LED indicators.This test light has 3 colors: white, red, and green. The white LED indicates that there is voltage going through it, and is useful to add a little light to the area that is being tested. The red LED is for (+), and the green LED is for (-). The brightness of the red LED will help indicate how strong the voltage of the circuit being tested is. This test light is computer safe which is a must for modern electrical systems. It has a built in cigarette lighter style plug that has an internal fuse, and an adapter for connecting the tester directly to a battery. An ordinary test light only indicates the presence of a (+) signal while this tester performs like a logic probe to indicate a ground signal as well. It has a very good ergonomic grip, and is recommended for anybody working on automotive electrical systems.5Decent LED test light for the money!Just got this Innova 3410 LED test light in, and tried it out. It's a solid clear plastic body, that's 2 pieces pressed together. This leaves a seam and also there is a bit of dotted design graphics for the first 1.5", between the board and the angled handle piece. This graphic design makes it hard to see into the test light, which slightly helps to obscure one LED bulb. The graphic design is actually dimples in the plastic designed to make the handle a little less slippery to hold.The two bulbs are red and green, and are in two different locations on the board. The clear plastic body has a 45 degree flare on it to put your fingers up against. I personally don't like that, because it forces you to hold the test light in one position in your hand. What I do like is that the plastic body continues down the stainless shaft over half way. So instead of having heat shrink to prevent sideways contact with something on accident, these guys have just extended the plastic body down over half the shaft. That's kind of clever. The red LED is too far forward, making it somewhat harder to see than the green LED.If you hook the light to battery negative and touch 12v, the RED LED comes on.If you hook the light to battery positive and touch ground, the GREEN LED comes on.The cable is a pliable black rubbery sheathing over a white 14 gauge wire. The wire is traditionally soldered onto the battery clamp. I see a couple strands of copper that they were careless with that are sticking up a little where they go into the clamp point. The clamp is a traditional battery clamp type, which I like because they are easy to squeeze and able to easily fit over the entire battery post on most batteries. Same kind of clamp as you typically find on battery chargers, and the usual size.The cord has a rubber strain relief built into it and that part looks more durable than the typical plastic end with a strain relief spring often used on test lights. If I bend the cord 90 degrees and measure the length from the tip to the bent cord, its about 8 5/8", which is the same length as the ATD-5513 I just bought, if I bend the spring and set it up on end as well.The bulbs are visible during the day, but the red bulb is the forward most bulb (and the one that will most often be used), and is in a bad position to see it because of the clear plastic graphic design of the body. Left handers will more easily see the red bulb than right handers. Even if you can't directly see the bulb, you can pretty easily see the red light it casts, even in daylight, so it's not a show-stopper.Innova, if you're reading this, get rid of the 45 degree angle on the handle, make it a straight 90 degrees, and make the entire plastic body as clear as possible. Also relocate the red LED bulb further up the body, about where the green bulb already is. Right next to each other would be great. If the bulb were there, it would be easy to see regardless of the graphic design further down.For my fellow diagnosticians, I measured current flow using my Fluke 88 meter. The RED LED draws about 24 milliamps. Ironically, the GREEN LED only draws 17 milliamps. That's kind of odd. Neither of these would be enough to actuate any solenoids, so this LED test light should be pretty computer safe. But useless if you like turning on solenoids with a test light. This is just enough amperage to possibly trigger a base circuit in a transistor though, so you could probably trigger something like LS1 ignition coils or foreign car Ignitors with it. (And probably do so more safely than supplying them with the full 200 milliamp current of an incandescent test light). I measured in-rush current (with my Fluke meter, not a scope), and it measured the same 24 milliamps using the min/max function of my meter.Pros: Quality 6' cord with nice molded strain relief, green and red LED's indicate power and ground, extended handle over shaft, nice clamp that's soldered on, computer safe low current draw, and price.Cons: Angled handle, red LED is somewhat obfuscated, no way to repair if it breaks, did not ship with clear plastic tube over pointy end.So far so good, and for under eleven buckaroos, it's hard to beat. It's good to have an LED and an incandescent test light in your drawer. You can use the incandescent light to turn on most low amperage solenoids when you want to. This LED light won't do that, which is an advantage when you're testing sensitive PCM controls that you can burn up if you don't know what you're doing.4Works great for checking fuses.I was able to check for blown fuses without having to pull them out one by one to do a visual inspection. I checked the fuses in the engine compartment and under the dash and found two were bad. The whole job took less than 10 minutes to inspect and replace. This product is a great time saver.5Great for testing 5v PCM inputs.This test light works great for testing inputs to a PCM on a car. If you have a sensor that puts out 0-5v to the PCM, you can hook the clamp of this light to 12V positive and then put this on the PCM input and it will put out around 2V. You can then see the value change on your scan tool to verify the PCM is working properly. If you use this to test other circuits remember the LED only needs about 20ma of current and 1.5V to light so you can still have a bad circuit but this may light. For that kind of testing I prefer and incandescent test light.5Great test light - love the LED function.Great test light. I was specifically looking for an LED test light to avoid the eventual corrosion-to-the-death of my previous light. I've used this in both facets it is intended for (to test for positive and ground). It even indicated a weak ground (through a weak red light) which gave me the "ah-ha" moment where I realized my ground wasn't good enough. Construction feels good and the heavy-duty and very-flexible cable is nice.5Just OK - Glaring White LED Is AnnoyingIn my opinion:Arrived yesterday, and got some use last night.Stiff plastic insulated wire lead is a pain. Unit has a white LED to indicate when it's properly powered... this LED is way too bright and glares annoyingly out the sides; especially so when working in a darker environment.In general, these LED Logic Probes (as they're often called) are better suited for sorting out hot/grounded/floating items than troubleshooting; as amongst other things, they don't draw enough current to help locate voltage drop issues.Interesting to note, this light has a big red printed 'badge' visible on it's external packaging that reads 'Computer Safe'. However once the instruction card is opened, under the 'Safety Precautions' heading, it says in caps 'DO NOT USE THIS TOOL ON COMPUTER CIRCUITRY'.Heavy plastic 'clam shell' retail packaging was difficult to open.Rear of instruction card indicates product was made in China.Review posted 1/24/2018, and will be updated if experience warrants.Again, just my opinion.3Works for ground and power. Easy to use, and well priced.Perfect, Easy to use.I had two wire off my vehicle an needed to isolate the "hot" and ground. The tip pierced the covering and I grounded the clamp on a nearby bolt on the mainframe.The light turned red when it hit the correct wire bundle.Then, I opened the power, "hot" wire, put the clamp on, and pierced the other wire. The handle glowed green.So, easy to identify the power and ground.This is only for a DC connection, but works great for my truck.Simple, easy to use, and well worth the money5
INNOVA 3410 Test Light/Circuit Tester

INNOVA 3410 Test Light/Circuit Tester

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
NZ$ 65.00
Sale price
NZ$ 65.00
Regular price
NZ$ 106.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (NZ$ 41.00)