Fluke Multimeter Test Lead AC280 Test Lead Kit, CAT III 1000V

  • RS Stock No. 850-7694
  • Mfr. Part No. AC280
  • Manufacturer Fluke
Product overview and Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
Product Details

Fluke AC280 SureGrip™ Hook Clips

One pair (red, black) of nickel plated clips.

Profile narrows to 5.6 mm at tip, hook opening 6.4mm at front, 2 mm at base
Recommended for use with TL222 and TL224 test leads
CAT IV 600 V, CAT III 1000 V, 3 A rating
UL listed

Specifications
Attribute Value
Lead Type Test Lead Kit
Connector Type Hook Clip
Lead Length 0.2in
Current Rating 3A
Safety Category Voltage 300V, 1000 V
Safety Category CAT III 1000 V, CAT IV 300V
Safety Category Level CAT III, CAT IV
56 In stock for delivery within 3 working days
Price 1 Set(s)
HK$ 343.20
(exc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 +
HK$343.20
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