Always on for faster, safer voltage testing
2AC is the latest addition to the VoltAlert™ AC non-contact voltage tester family from Fluke and is designed to be pocket-sized and easy to use. The 2AC tests for energized circuits and defective grounds, whether it's for an electrician on the factory floor or the do-it-yourselfer around the house. The tip of the pocket-sized tester will glow red when within close proximity of an outlet, terminal strip, or power cord where voltage is present.
Voltage detection from 90 to 1000 V AC, suitable for a wide range of residential, commercial and industrial needs
NEW! Always on, using special low power circuitry to sustain battery life and ensure your 2AC is always ready
NEW! Innovative 'Battery Check' button function ensures battery is in good condition*
CAT IV 1000 V overvoltage rated product for best in class user protection
Expanded range: 90 V AC to 1000 V AC
Integrated clip design, optimized for pocket storage
Powered by 2x AAA batteries (included)
Fluke ruggedness and reliability
* Use of Battery Check function is optional and for convenience only, it is not intended as a substitute for checking the unit on a known live source before and after use.
Senses the steady state electrostatic ﬁeld produced by AC voltage through insulation without requiring contact to the bare conductor. A red glow at the tip indicates the presence of voltage.
Meets IEC 61010-1:2001, UL 61010-1 (2nd ed.), CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-1-04, and ISA-82.02.01 Pollution Degree 2
Meets IEC 61326-1:2006
90 V AC to 1000 V AC, CAT IV 1000 V rated
Temperature (Operating and Storage)
-10°C to 50°C (-14°F to 122°F)
Customer Reviews From Fluke
Great Meter for Electricians and DIYer's
I purchased the 117 based on reviews and the Fluke reputation; it is my third digital multimeter and second Fluke (the other is a clamp DMM I use mostly for testing amperage). Despite the ambiguous complaints posted by others, this is a solid multimeter. The large 6,000 count display makes the meter easy-to-read and understand; as long as you are looking directly at the screen. My only (minor) complaint is if the screen is looked at - even slightly - from above, the digits disappear, but for me this is only a minor inconvenience.
The meter feels solid and robust in the hands and not easily damaged. The non-contact voltage sensor is very sensitive, especially when set to "HI", which makes it ideal when checking for electrical wires inside of walls.
I have zero "buyer's remorse" and will use this meter for a long time.
I have used the 2-AC non contact voltage tester for over ten years. Even after repeated drops and bumps they keep on working. I have never had one that didn't detect voltage when there was voltage in the circuit. Sometimes the tester shows voltage when there is none but that just means I need to double check with my meter- which happens to be the fluke T+Pro electrical tester. It's a tough pair to beat.