• REED R5044 Non-Contact Phase Rotation Tester


    LEDs display motor rotation and phase status.

    REED R5044 Offers

    This motor rotation and 3-phase tester is capable of identifying phase orientation (clockwise or counter-clockwise). The R5044 features non-metal alligator clips that allow for safe non-contact measurements and includes back mounted magnets for easy measurement.


    • Non-contact voltage sensing alligator clips promote safety
    • Color-coded leads (red, black, blue) meet IEC 60446 standards
    • LEDs indicate phase orientation (clockwise or counter-clockwise) and whether each phase is live
    • Adjustable LED brightness allows for measurement in sunlight and lowly lit environments
    • Beeper sounds intermittently when detecting correct phase and continuously for a reversed phase
    • Durable housing with magnets frees hands and allows for easy measurement
    • Low battery indicator

    REED R5044 Specifications

    Voltage Detection Method Static Induction

    Voltage Range 75 to 1000VAC

    Frequency 45 to 65Hz

    General Specifications

    Cable Length 31.5" (800mm)

    Cable Color Red (L1)/ Black (L2)/ Blue (L3)

    Indicators Audible (Buzzer)/ Visual (LED)

    Adjustable LED Brightness Yes

    Max. Alligator Clip Jaw Opening 1.18" (30mm)

    Magnetic Mounts Yes

    Auto Shut Off Yes (after 5 minutes without power detection)

    Power Supply 9V battery

    Low Battery Indicator Yes

    Overvoltage Category CAT. III 1000V, CAT. IV 600V

    Product Certifications CE

    Operating Temperature 14 to 122°F (-10 to 50°C)

    Storage Temperature -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)

    Operating Humidity Range 10 to 80%

    Dimensions 5 x 2.8 x 1.8" (128 x 72 x 46 mm)

    Weight 13.2 oz (375 g)

    Ideal Applications for the REED R5044

    • Installing and troubleshooting 3-phase motors, pumps and controls

    What's included with the REED R5044

    • Non-Contact Phase Rotation Tester
    • 3 x Color Coded Cables with Alligator Clips
    • Battery
    • Soft Carrying Case