FLIR TA74 Universal Flex Current Probe – 18 Inch

  • TAKE MEASUREMENTS IN TIGHT SPOTS

    Snake the 10″ flexible coil clamp around obstacles easily in deep, crowded cabinets, and measure multiple conductors with limited clearance.

  • EMPOWER YOUR METER

    Compatible with most DMMs and clamp meters, regardless of brand, the TA72 adds 3000A AC current measurements to existing meters.

  • EASY INSPECTION AND NAVIGATION

    Portable and lightweight, with dual-LED worklights to illuminate dark cabinets, the TA72 was designed with your convenience in mind.

Description

FLIR 18 Inch Current Probe Accessory

The FLIR Universal Flex Current Probe accessories are designed to add capabilities, simplify challenges, and get the best readings with your existing meter.

Made with a narrow flexible coil clamp, the TA72 and TA74 let you easily take measurements in tight or awkward spots — a difficult task with a traditional hard jaw clamp meter. The connection is a standard banana plug and the output is a voltage signal, so it’s compatible with most DMMs and clamp meters, regardless of brand.

 

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