19219-GROUND HUB MONITOR, 120VAC, NORTH AMERICA

19219-GROUND HUB MONITOR, 120VAC, NORTH AMERICA 19219-GROUND HUB MONITOR, 120VAC, NORTH AMERICA              

19219 - Ground Hub Monitor, 120VAC, N. American Plug

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Stock Location: CHINO, CA, 3661 WALNUT AVENUE

Country Of Origin: USA

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Gross Weight2: 0.48 lb

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  • Monitors AC Outlet’s Wiring and Path to Earth Ground
    Continuously monitors the path to ground integrity of the outlet meeting the ANSI/ESD S6.1 requirement for verifying wiring orientation.
  • Constant Visual Indicator
    LEDs provide a visual indication that outlet is properly wired for grounding purposes of an ESD Control Plan.
  • Visual and Audio Fault Alarms
    Alarms activate instantly when a failure occurs, alerting user and supervisor of a problem.
  • Six Banana Jacks and Six Screws for #8 Ring Terminals
    Provides numerous groundable points for wrist straps, mats, carts, tools, and other items. May also be connected to other grounding hubs. See Part# 09837
  • NIST Calibrated – Original Calibration Certificate can be Downloaded Here
    Calibrated with accepted procedures and standards traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology. For more information on the calibration of Desco products, see Calibration.
  • Made in The United States of America
    This item is made and stocked in Chino, CA

“The grounding system must be verified periodically at the frequency established in a user defined ESD Control Program Plan.” [Grounding ANSI/ESD S6.1-2009 section 6.2 Verification Frequency]



“All of the grounding conductors from each of the ESD technical elements (excluding level 2 technical elements) used within an EPA shall be terminated at the same electrically equivalent point. The common point ground may be a terminal strip, bus bar or any other convenient configuration that is, within itself, electrically continuous to no greater than 1 ohm measured from point to point with an ohmmeter”. [Grounding ANSI/ESD S6.1-2009 section 5.2.1 Common Point Ground]

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