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4 ft. 8" Right Angle Shrouded Plug to Retractable Probe Test Probe Leads, Black/Red

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  • Mfr. Model # TL175
  • Catalog Page # 550
  • UNSPSC # 39121435
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  • Shipping Weight 0.28 lbs.
Country of Origin China Country of Origin is subject to change.
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Technical Specs

  • Item - Test Lead Test Probe Leads
  • Connection - Test Lead Right Angle Shrouded Plug to Retractable Probe
  • For Use With - Test Leads Any Multimeter, Clamp Meter, or Test Instrument That Accepts a Standard Shrouded Banana Plug
  • Length - Test Lead 4 ft. 8"
  • Max. Voltage - Test Lead 1000
  • Max. Amps - Test Lead 10
  • Instrument Safety Rating CAT IV 600V, CAT III 1000V, CAT II 1000V
  • Number of Cords 2
  • Color Code - Test Lead Black/Red
  • Features Adjustable Length Test Tips, Double Insulated silicone leads, Mfr. No. TL175 Test Leads with Stand High Temperatures and Remain Flexible In Cold Temperatures, Extra Heavy Duty Strain Relief on Both Probe End and Plug End, Tested Beyond 30,000 Bends Without Failure
  • Wire Insulation Silicone
  • Wire Gauge 18
  • Temp. Range -4 Degrees to 131 Degrees F
  • Includes Removable 4mm Lantern Tips That Thread Onto The Lead Tip
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
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Customer Reviews


Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 9reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Concerned about which TL175 I purchased. In a Fluke youtube video “Fluke Test Leads, Probes and Accessories” published on Aug 25, 2013 the TL175s are shown with the gray Fluke label on the probe. In an independent youtube video review of the TL175 there is a comment claiming Fluke supposedly stated that only the TL175s with the "yellow" Fluke label are licensed for the US. Yet the Fluke video as well as a set I recently purchased in the US have the gray Fluke branding not the yellow branding on the probes. I was suspicious since this is the second TL175 set that I purchased and the first set (yellow) was in Fluke packaging while the second set (gray) came in clear bag.There is clearly a quality difference in the twist mechanism between the two sets which has me concerned about differences that I cannot see related to safety. There is no country of origin on the gray set (or the yellow set) and they look exactly as they appear in the Aug 25 Fluke youtube video. Can I assume Fluke stands behind the set without the yellow Fluke branding specifically related to the safety ratings?Assuming the two sets are equal in safety and based solely on the twist mechanism, I would have rated the yellow branded probes 5 stars and the gray branded probes 3 stars. October 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by I am interested in this product Do these leads fit the t5-600 banana plug? I would like to purchase this product if it fits my meter. October 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good quality! I just got these test leads two days ago. I can say that they are very well made, No surprise, they are Fluke quality. I noticed that when I twist the probe and the tip "cover" goes up, the click is VERY soft...I would say too soft. I would like it better the same way as when it is going down that is a little harder and the click is louder. I know it is a stupid thing to complaint but, it is just me. other thing will be the hard plastic material used in the shrouded banana, I would prefer to see it "flexible". I know for fact that the TL75 uses the same kind of hard plastic and one time I pressed it a little bit and it cracked!!! Right now I have pomona 5519A test leads too that I like very much and they use a very nice soft shrouded banana plugs that are very flexible and I can literally "squeeze" them and they will not crack at all. Beside those two things, I can say these leads are very good and they are a must to have. Fluke should include these TL175 test leads with all 170, 80 Multimeter series and top models (all made in the USA). I have used many test leads and so far I can strongly recommend these Fluke TL175 and the Pomona 5519A. I find it very good to post reviews here at Fluke main page, because We can let Fluke know what We want and what We need. To me Fluke is doing an excellent job building those multimeters that are well known for their Quality, accuracy and reliability. I only use the best....I only use Fluke!. August 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good quality! I just got these test leads two days ago. I can say that they are very well made, No surprise, they are Fluke quality. I noticed that when I twist the probe and the tip "cover" goes up, the click is VERY soft...I would say too soft. I would like it better the same way as when it is going down that is a little harder and the click is louder. I know it is a stupid thing to complaint but, it is just me. other thing will be the hard plastic material used in the shrouded banana, I would prefer to see it "flexible". I know for fact that the TL75 uses the same kind of hard plastic and one time I pressed it a little bit and it cracked!!! Right now I have pomona 5519A test leads too that I like very much and they use a very nice soft shrouded banana plugs that are very flexible and I can literally "squeeze" them and they will not crack at all. Beside those two things, I can say these leads are very good and they are a must to have. Fluke should include these TL175 test leads with all 170, 80 Multimeter series and top models (all made in the USA). I have used many test leads and so far I can strongly recommend these Fluke TL175 and the Pomona 5519A. I find it very good to post reviews here at Fluke main page, because We can let Fluke know what We want and what We need. To me Fluke is doing an excellent job building those multimeters that are well known for their Quality, accuracy and reliability. I only use the best....I only use Fluke!. August 23, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Excellent pair of multimeter leads!Very supple and flexible cables, a real joy to use.They make the handling of the probes very accurate.The tips needed a little cleaning but after that they performed well.The twisting mechanism works well and its quite useful if youwork with relatively high voltages or you have to be careful onsmall boards that you don't want to short.Fluke does not list the actual internal resistance of the cablesand I think this is unacceptable! If the resistance of your cablesis high you cannot do any low current measurements accurately.You are going to get very inaccurate results! I bought themjust to measure their internal resistance...Luckily they have a very low resistance. 0.02 Ohms each,connectors included. So, it looks like they are rated AWG 18.Not bad.The only negative is the long silicone protection they have atthe multimeter connector side. While the cable is quite wellprotected, their long size makes the multimeter sockets morevulnerable because of the larger torque.All in all a solid pair of multimeter probes that are a real joyto use. You cannot go wrong here, especially for their price. April 18, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Accessories I like the test leads but my alligator clips (AC285) doesn't work on them.The video for these leads show a nice set of alligator clips that screw on them but I can't find them on this site. March 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Accessories I like the test leads but my alligator clips (AC285) doesn't work on them.The video for these leads show a nice set of alligator clips that screw on them but I can't find them on this site. March 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great tips, sharp points, retractable insulating sheath The retractable sheaths are very nice for avoiding accidental contact with exposed metal. The retraction feature allows clipping on alligator jaws. The retracted and extended positions both have positive detents. There is no risk that the sheaths will accidentally change position.The one drawback is that the meter side connections have very long strain reliefs. These can ride up on the meter's protective boot and lift the probe connection from the meter. Either shorter strain reliefs or longer connector barrels would fix this problem. September 30, 2012
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