The TPID Transmitter is designed to identify up to three shielded conductors before and after the center conductor is exposed while maintaining single, or multiple ground connections. This unique tool features a transmitter module that produces three different signals, indicating each phase. The AVRCT, audio visual receiver current transformer, a handheld passive receiver, indicates the correct phase conductors for positive phase identification, throughout the network. This device will significantly reduce the previously needed coordination resulting in time savings and eliminates safety concerns by maintaining ground connections during the entire process. The transmitter module is powered by two Milwaukee lithium ion M18 batteries and incorporates cam lock connectors to quickly interface different attachments such as a C style, ball socket, alligator, and 15kV elbow clamps....The ACDM Cable Identifier Receiver is an analog passive receiver for the TPID transmitter. The kit includes an ACDM receiver and a B110 current clamp. The unit is designed to show a needle deflection in response to a dc pulse on the line in the direction the pulse is moving. The display is a centered needle display with a red and green area on either side, a green deflection indicates pulse moving in the same direction as the red arrow on the CT and a red deflection means the pulse is moving in the opposite direction.