Hirschmann Test & Measurement 4A Red Grabber Clip, 60V Rating - 3.5mm Tip Size, 4mm Probe Socket Size

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Product Details

Low Voltage Flexible Probes (4mm)

Clamp-type test probe with rotating gripper and flexible shaft. The gripper has been specially shaped so that pins and wires up to a maximum diameter of 4mm can be connected without slipping off. Suited for cable sizes 0.25 mm2 to 1.5mm2. Maximum outer cable diameter 4mm. Meets requirements of IEC 1010 Part 2-031.

Warning

  • Should NOT be used for testing circuits of more than 50Vac.

Warning

  • When testing live circuits, under no circumstances should the fuse rating exceed the rating quoted for any of the test probes.
Specifications
Attribute Value
Colour Red
Current Rating 4A
Voltage Rating 60V
Contact Material Brass
Tip Size 3.5mm
Probe Socket Size 4mm
Length 158mm
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Price (ex. GST) Each
$ 12.70
(exc. GST)
$ 14.60
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 - 9
$12.70
10 - 49
$12.04
50 - 99
$11.72
100 - 249
$11.39
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$11.12
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