They do work well when using a locator transmitter as your power source.Anybody found/used an NCV detector to locate which single strand wire is the one you're looking for? Good in theory, bad in practice?
I see Klein makes one that will locate down to 12V AC.
You can hold a toner in one hand (away from the wires and touch the individual wires with your other hand, the body acts as a filter and you don’t need a lot of separation.How imprecise are we talking? Would I need and inch or more separation among the individual wires using an Eicon and NCV?
Or would I be better served to purchase the other half of the Armada Valve Actuator?
Just not sure how much separation of the wires is required to "say with certainty" that I have isolated the right wire. A bundle of 39 wires 2' down doesn't give much wiggle room. So, whichever is the most accurate is the way I'd go.