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Martindale Drummond MTL20PD Test Lamp and Proving Device

Part No : MTL20PD

Quick Overview

Indication 50-500V AC/DC + Proving Unit

Availability: In stock



Martindale Drummond MTL20 Test Lamp

This handy bundle contains a Drummond MTL20 test lamp and a PD440 proving device.

The proving device can be used to verify the functioning of the test lamp.

  • Four illumination bands, 50, 100, 200 & 400V
  • Twin test buttons eliminate phantom voltage
  • Fully compliant GS38 probes
  • Right angled probe tip also included
  • 360° viewing angle
  • 600V CAT safety rating
The new Drummond MTL20 test lamp safe voltage indication from 50 - 500V AC / DC. In addition to the MTL10, the new model MTL20 incorporates two test buttons, one on the body of the unit and one on the probe. Simultaneous depression of both buttons enables the unit to draw a high current, allowing the user to differentiate between phantom voltages and hazardous persistent voltages. The robust design meets the recommendations of the Health and Safety Executive in their guidance notes on the electrician's test lamp (GS38) as well as complying with BS EN 61243-3 and BS EN 61010, CAT III 1000V and CAT IV 600V.


MTL20 Test Lamp

PD440 Proving Unit 

Carry Case 

Maximum Working Voltage

  • 500V AC, 750V DC

Voltage Ranges

  • 50, 100, 200, 400V AC / DC

Range Detection

    • Automatic

Response Time

        • <0.1s

Frequency Range

        • DC, 0-65Hz

Test Current (500V AC / DC)

        • Switches not Operated: <3.5mA
        • Switches Depressed: 28mA @ 240V AC, 60mA @ 500V AC

General Specifications

      • Temperature Range: -10°C to +55°C
      • Measurement Category: CAT IV 600V, CAT III 1000V
      • Pollution Degree: 2
      • Protection Degree: IP64
      • Dimensions: 213 x 112 x 72mm
      • Weight: 350g approx
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