Fluke Multimeter Leads TLK282-1 Automotive Test Lead Kit
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RoHS Status: Not Applicable
Statement of Conformity
This statement confirms that the product detailed below complies with the specifications currently published in the RS media and has been subject to the strict quality conditions imposed by RS Components’ internal management systems. Furthermore and where applicable, it confirms that all relevant semiconductor devices have been handled and packed under conditions that meet the administrative and technical requirements of ANSI/ESD S20.20 and EN61340-5-1 electrostatics control standards.
|RS stock number||7263652|
|Product description||Fluke Multimeter Leads TLK282-1 Automotive Test Lead Kit|
|Manufacturer / Brand||Fluke|
|Manufacturer part number||TLK282-1|
The foregoing information relates to product sold on, or after, the date shown below.
|Date||Dec 6, 2023|
RS Components Pte Ltd Robinson Road, P.O. Box 1582, Singapore 903132
Country of Origin: US
Fluke TLK282 Deluxe Automotive Test Lead Kit
Brought to you by Fluke, an automotive test lead kit. Supplied with various accessories to suit automotive specialists, this test lead kit is an excellent addition to its intended application. All models are highly reliable and excellent quality.
Features and Benefits
• Supplied with a case for organisation
• Tested to 60 V dc
• Highly durable
• SureGrip accessory collection
What are test leads?
These leads are connecting cables which are used specifically for Multimeters, attaching a test probe to the end will allow the user to measure the required voltage, current or electrical resistance. As it assists operation with a multimeter, at least two of these types of electrical values are measured.
What are test probes?
Connecting to Fluke multimeters, a set of test probes will measure the device or target for an accurate reading, such as voltage or current. Due to the flexibility and quality produced by Fluke, each probe provides much-needed precision.
What are the differences between safety categories?
For protection, safety categories are an important attribute which must be taken into consideration for any electronic test equipment. With any category (i.e CAT I, CAT II), a higher voltage will indicate a higher level of protection. As an example, a test probe providing CAT II 1000 V, provides a higher degree of protection than a CAT II 400 V probe.
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• Soft case
|Connector Type||Crocodile Clip, Hook Clip, Piercing Clip|
|Lead Type||Automotive Test Lead Kit|