Any Electricians Here?

I have some outlets in a buidling where I want to know what breakers they are associated to. Turning off and on all the breakers is not an option. What is the simplist way to accomplish this?
stick a piece of wire in the plugs of the oulet (with a pair of insulated pliers). it will trip the breaker that powers that outlet
lol, I had to do that at my job before… except they have super breakers and it was buzzing loudly for about 20 seconds before it threw.

There are cool little tools where you can plug something in on one side, and touch the breaker with the remote piece and it’ll let you know. My, I always just plugged a lamp in and threw breakers til it went off. A pet peeve of mine is poorly labeled breakers

Any type of wire electrical wire or wire like from a metal hanger? I guess I can try that. Does it damage the outlet or breaker though?

Yeah that would be a nice tool to have like a toner but for electrical breakers. I’m sure that is pretty pricey unless there is a DIY version.
I’m talking about this

It’s $30 and will tell you what you want to know.

But like I said, if you don’t wanna spend $30, just turn off the breakers one at a time til you find the one you want

I’m talking about this

It’s $30 and will tell you what you want to know.

But like I said, if you don’t wanna spend $30, just turn off the breakers one at a time til you find the one you want

Thanks but the link you provided took me only to the electrical section of Home Depot’s site. What is the device called? I found other circuit breaker analyzer/tracers but I was not sure if they carried them there and so cheap.

As far as turning off and on breakers that is not an option. Only because this buiding runs 24/7 and in this section alone we have three panels with about 30-40 breakers in them. We added two more breakers and labeled them properly but I would like to label the rest of this area if possible.
Dang, from that link click "Testers" on the side, then the last row has one called "Zircon CF12, 12PK, Yellow/Black." Click on that and read about it. Says it’s $27.95, which isn’t bad (hell, I might go get one, I’ve wanted one for a while )

Sweeeeeeeeet thanks.
The other device is called a radio. Plug it into a receptacle, turn it up loud, and go from there.