New Digital Multimeter Accessory Kit is CE listed and RoHS 2 Compliant

Press Release Summary:

  • Features tool-removable locking tip cover and rated to 1,000 V CAT III/600 V CAT IV
  • Offers enhanced user safety in high-energy applications
  • Comes with fully insulated top and bottom jaws, to prevent short circuits

 


Original Press Release:

New 6pc Fused Probe DMM Electrical Kit

Product Overview

Cal Test Electronics is introducing a new DMM kit with enhanced safety as its focus. The CT4422, Fused Probe DMM Electrical Kit includes:

  • CT4300— Cal Test’s new Fused Probes (black & red pair)
  • CT4439— Fully Insulated CAT IV Alligator Clips (black & red pair)
  • CT3754— Silicone Jacketed, Straight to Right-Angle, 4mm Sheathed Banana Plug Test Leads (black & red pair)

The fused probe is rated 1,000 V CAT III/600 V CAT IV and features a unique locking tip cover. With this cover in place only 4 mm of the tip is exposed thereby reducing short circuits and arc-flash risks while working in high category environments. Removing the tip cover limits the probe to 1,000 V CAT II. The locking tip covers require a tool, such as a small screwdriver, to remove.

The internal 500 mA fuse is easily replaced by twisting the probe body.

In lower energy CAT II environments, removing the tip cover allows access to its standard Ø2 mm diameter by 19 mm length tip and attachment of Cal Test’s CT4439 Medium Alligator Clip Adapters for a wider array of applications.

The CT4439 comes fully insulated, including both top and bottom jaws, to prevent short circuits. With jaws opening to 9 mm this alligator clip can easily fit conductors up to 7 mm and the three-incisor mouth ensures a stable grip on screw heads. The alligator clip is also rated 1,000 V CAT III/600 V CAT IV.

Although most modern meters provide some type of overvoltage protection, using a fused probe is a prudent investment in overall user safety.
 
Features:

  • Enhanced user safety in high-energy applications.
  • Rated to 1,000 V CAT III/600 V CAT IV per IEC/EN 61010-031
  • Fast acting, type FF, 500 mA ceramic fuse for transient over-voltages or arc-flash protection
  • Tool-removable locking tip cover
  • Easy fuse replacement
  • Alligator clip jaws open to 9 mm
  • CE listed – LVD and RoHS 2 compliant

Model: Description

CT4442 MSRP $70.00: Fused Probe DMM Electrical Kit

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For more information, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Tony Schmidt
Director of Product Development
aschmidt@caltestelectronics.com

About Cal Test Electronics
Since 1995, Cal Test Electronics has been serving the electronic and electrical markets with an extensive line of quality test accessories and a commitment to total customer service. We evolved for the specific purpose of providing customers with products they need to get their tasks completed. Our mission is to provide you with both a quality product and 30 years of expert knowledge so that you can remain focused on your goal. Our job is to make your testing life easier. If you are in the electronic, electrical, maintenance or process control industries, we offer the most comprehensive lines of test accessories. With over 3,000 items in 7 product categories, there is almost no test accessory challenge Cal Test cannot meet.

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