Categories
Previous image
appliance load tester
Next image
Zoom image

Appliance Load Tester by AmWatt - THP103

SKU# - THP103

One-of-a-kind meter gives instant, accurate readout of Amps or Watts used by common cord-connected household appliances and lights.



  • $44.99
Qty:  
In stock (6 items available)
Add a different product to compare

Appliance Load Tester by AmWatt - THP103

One-of-a-kind meter gives instant, accurate readout of Amps or Watts used by common cord-connected household appliances and lights.

AmWatt Appliance Load Tester Features:

  • Gives instant, accurate readout of Amps or Watts used by common cord-connected household appliances and lights.
  • Accurate digital readout from 1.0 - 15.0 Amps and 125 - 1875 Watts.
  • Slide-switch instantly converts between Amps and Watts.
  • 26” cord reaches to remote electrical outlets.
  • Rugged, high-impact construction.

AmWatt Appliance Load Tester Instructions:

  • Plug appliance or light into the load tester
  • Plug the load tester plug into any 15A electrical outlet
  • Turn ON the appliance or light
  • Amp or watt load displays on the digital readout.

Listed by Underwriters Laboratories Inc.

    • Weight
      1 lbs
    • SKU
      THP103
  • Manufacturer
    Reliance Controls
  • Dimensions
    8 x 2.5 x 11 in.
  • Product Weight
    1.1 lbs.
  • Cord Length
    26" cord
  • Digital Readout
    1.0 - 15.0 Amps or 125 - 1875 Watts

Product questions

  • Carl
    07/14/2021, 11:23 PM

    If I am running my house with my 8750 generator via a 30am twist lock connection; will this device tell me how much amp my generating is using if I plug the device into one of the 120v outlet on the generator?

    Administrator
    07/15/2021, 09:43 AM

    No, this device is designed to tell the load of an appliance plugged into it. I am assuming you are wondering what amperage your generator is putting out. That would require a circuit analyzer and we have the CT70 for this. But you asked for "how much amp my generating is using". Since you are using a generator I assume you don't have power feeding the generator. If the generator does have an electric power source, I am not sure what you could use to measure what the generator is using.

  • Perry Polamero
    12/22/2019, 03:44 PM

    What is the accuracy of Reliance Controls AmWatt appliance load tester?
    Secondly,what happens to the device if it draws more than 15 amps or more than 1875 watts? thanks,

    Administrator
    12/23/2019, 11:20 AM

    The amperage accuracy is +/-5% above 1 amp. Wattage accuracy based on amps x 120V. When maxed out the tester will only show the maximum amount so if you get a max reading the actual amps or watts could be higher.

  • Lee Barden
    10/23/2019, 12:01 AM

    Where does the appliance plug in?

    Administrator
    10/23/2019, 10:46 AM

    The appliance plugs into the back of where the display is located.