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Croc Clip to Banana Plug Test Lead Pair

9CBCROCBN

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This Pair of Croc Clip to Banana Plug Test Leads is ideal for testing components in low current applications like Arduino and Raspberry Pi projects.

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This pair of Croc Clip to Banana Plug Test Leads is designed for safe test and measurement of circuits with a multimeter or similar tool, device or shield. While this doesn’t have the typical extreme safety precautions of CAT III and CAT IV compliant banana plugs, it is designed to conveniently test low-current circuits, such as those in Arduino, Raspberry Pi or other development platform home projects.

As expected, the banana plugs naturally fit a standard multimeter, while the croc clips on the other ends can attach to virtually any wire, pin or component in your circuit. The croc clips also come with safety sleeves to ensure that, once plugged into a multimeter, you don’t have to touch any conductive metal. Additionally, the pair of cables are colour-coded to ensure you can easily identify which is the positive and negative, to further improve overall safety.

 

Technical Specifications:

Clip Types

– Small Crocodile Clamp Clips

Jack Types

– Standard Banana Plug

Colours

– 1 x Red, 1 x Black

 

 

General Uses and Applications

Our Croc Clip to Banana Plug Test Lead Pair is an ideal replacement for any broken or damaged multimeter leads, as long as you are only utilizing it for low current home project applications. If you require leads for high current applications, be sure to purchase a pair with higher safety standards to protect yourself and your home from shocks, fire or other damage.

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Croc Clip to Banana Plug Test Lead Pair

Croc Clip to Banana Plug Test Lead Pair

This Pair of Croc Clip to Banana Plug Test Leads is ideal for testing components in low current applications like Arduino and Raspberry Pi projects.