For ScopeMeter 90 Series, replaces PM8918 probe series.
Learn more about the Fluke AS400, a new factory probe accessory extension set for use with Fluke VPS400 Series Probes.
Double insulated voltage probe
Double insulated voltage probe.
Modular 1:1 probes for high sensitivity measurements at lower frequencies.
Ruggedized High-Working ScopeMeter Voltage Probe Set, grey/black, 100:1, 150 MHz, 1000V CAT III / 600V CAT IV, working voltage (voltage between probe tip and reference lead): 2000V CAT III / 1200V CAT IV.
The Fluke RS500 Probe set provides replacements for the accessories found with the VPS510 series probes as a standard.
In response to new ESA guidelines, Fluke introduces test probes with built-in fuses for additional measurement protection.
ScopeMeter Industrial Voltage Probe-set, green, 10:1, 500 MHz
Ruggedized High-Working ScopeMeter Voltage Probe-set, red/black, 100:1, 150 MHz, 1000V CAT III / 600V CAT IV, working voltage (voltage between probe tip and reference lead): 2000V CAT III / 1200V CAT IV.
The Fluke AC288 Terminal Block Probe features a retractable probe tip that provides safe and secure connections to clamp and screw type terminal blocks.
The 85RF High Frequency Probe is designed to convert a DC voltmeter with a input impedance of 10M ohms into a high frequency (100 kHz to 500 Mhz) RF voltmeter.
Intelligent test probe set with integrated IR temperature sensor designed for Fluke BT521 Battery Analyzer.
Magnetic probe tips for voltage test leads with 4 mm banana connectors.
Set consists of: 4 Mini Testhooks, 2 red, 2 gray.
The Fluke TP175 TwistGuard® Test Probes have adjustable tip lengths that allow you to work safely in different settings.
3 sets (red and black pairs) of multi-stacking 4 mm banana plug patch cords
Handy all-in-one kit that includes 3 Test Lead Sets.
The Fluke 1730 Energy Logger 12 inch iFlex flexible current probes measure to 1500A AC while providing the ultimate measurement flexibility.
PM9002 Accessory set for PM9000 series
PM9003 Extension set for PM9000 series
Stray voltage can appear in electrical installations, due to the capacity between wires.