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Electrical Test Leads

SKU 49-77-1003

$11.95
Milwaukee Electrical Test Leads

SKU 49-77-1003

These Electrical Test Leads are able to be attached to all digital multimeters, clamp meters and fork meters and are designed to withstand up to 1,000 Volts and 10 AMPS.

Availability: Only 3 left in stock

These Electrical Test Leads are able to be attached to all digital multimeters, clamp meters and fork meters and are designed to withstand up to 1,000 Volts and 10 AMPS.

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Milwaukee Electrical Test Leads

SKU 49-77-1003

When you use these Electrical Test Leads with Milwaukee's Test Probes and Industrial Alligator Clips, you are creating an ideal system for measuring voltage and also for measuring current and resistance of most electrical systems.

  • These Universal Connecting Test Leads are able to plug into all digital multimeters, clamp meters and fork meters making them convenient and versatile for all your testing and measurement applications 
  • They are UL approved providing improved safety while working
  • Constructed with flexible PVC insulation
In The Box
  • One (1) red Industrial Connecting Test Lead
  • One (1) black Industrial Connecting Test Lead

Specifications

Display SKU 49-77-1003
UPC / ISBN 045242238958
Brand Milwaukee
Shipping Weight 0.2500
Condition New
Manufacturer's Warranty 2 Years
Return Policy Unopened Only, 30 Days
Addl Specs
  • NIST Certificate of Calibration with Data: No
  • Safety Category Rating: CAT IV 600 Volts / CAT III 1,000 Volts
  • Maximum Voltage: 1,000 Volts
  • Maximum Current: 10 AMPS
  • Length: 1 Meter
Package Type Individual
Power Source Cordless

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