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28 October 2014
Electrical safety testing specialist, Seaward, has introduced its latest generation portable appliance testers.
The Apollo 600 incorporates new features to its predecessor, the Seaward PrimeTest 350 PAT tester, and is complemented by the new Apollo 500, which is the successor to the Seaward Europa.
The Apollo 600 is a multi-purpose PAT tester with an on board digital camera to capture images for inclusion in risk and inspection records; when used with PATGuard 3 software it is said to provide unrivalled results management, including photographs for visual evidence.
The Apollo 500 has the same range of PAT tests as the Apollo 600, but does not include a camera and is designed for dedicated plug and play electrical testing. Both testers incorporate all of the safety tests recommended by the latest IET Code of Practice, including for permanently connected and 3 phase electrical equipment.
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