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GS38 3-Wire Ultimate Test Leads & Probes Set, Fluke 17th Edition testers

£69.00
3-Wire Fused & unfused 'ultimate' Test Lead Set, suitable for most 17th edition multifunction testers including Fluke 1651, 1652, 1653, 1654 (including a,b & c models).

This set has the advantages of unfused probes AND the safety of fused probes....the best of both worlds! Sometimes the extra impedance of fused probes can be a problem, so you can now swap them over for unfused probes, without changing the leads.

Includes a device to plug all 3 leads together (with any of the probes fitted) and null them out

Includes a magnetic termination device that can be used to attach the earth lead to metal when testing earth bonding.

Includes a test lead pouch to keep the set together, and a velcro wrap to keep the leads tidy.

These leads are supplied by a quality British manufacturer, they are 1000V Cat III, 50KA fault rated, 500mA fused.

These leads have been designed and manufactured to be fully compliant with HSE GS38. The set includes a box of ten 10A fuses, a box of ten 500mA fuses, as well as the standard 500mA fuses (Although GS38 recommends 500mA fuses, some people prefer to use 10A fuses because the higher resistance of the 500mA fuses can make it difficult to null the leads on some older testers, this is the same for all test lead sets)

Suitable as a direct replacement for any test instrument that has 3 x 4mm shrouded banana socket connections.

A suitable GS38 upgrade for test instruments that are supplied with non-fused test leads

The probes are detachable so that other standard 4mm accessories can be used, the probes have 4mm lantern ends to fit into R2 test adapters. The tip shrouds on the fused probes are spring loaded retractable type, so they can't get lost.

How to tell if you need new test leads...........
  • If you get high or erratic readings on the continuity test or loop impedance test
  • If you are finding it hard to null / zero the leads
  • If continuity readings change when you flex the leads, particularly where they enter the probe, or the plug at the ends.
  • If you connect the ends of the leads together at the probes or croc clips, then do a continuity test, your meter should read about 0.1 Ohms
  • If you measure the resistance of your leads using a multimeter, they should each be about 0.1 Ohms. The reading should not change when you flex the leads.

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