Fluke TLK281 SureGrip Automotive Test Lead Kit

The Fluke TLK281 is a professional electronic test lead kit designed for use with Fluke multimeters and other test instruments. It includes a variety of test leads and accessories that are commonly used in electrical and electronic testing applications.


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Fluke TLK281 SureGrip Automotive Test Lead Kit

Fluke TLK281 SureGrip Automotive Test Lead Kit is a professional test lead kit for use with Fluke multimeters and other test instruments. It includes precision probes, alligator clips, mini-grabber clips, modular test leads, extensions, couplers, and banana plug leads. It provides a comprehensive set of accessories for accurate measurements and secure connections in electrical and electronic testing. Overall an excellent automotive test lead set from a leading test tool manufacturer.

Fluke TLK281 Specifications:

  • Compatible with all current and past Fluke meters that accept Type K thermocouples (such as Fluke 87 V, 289, etc.)
  • Tested to 60 V DC
  • Soft carrying case for convenient storage and transport
  • CAT III 1000V, CAT IV 600V safety rating
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Fluke Corporation Since its founding in 1948, Fluke has helped define and grow a unique technology market, providing testing and troubleshooting capabilities that have grown to mission critical status in manufacturing and service industries. Every new manufacturing plant, office, hospital, or facility built today represents another potential customer for Fluke products. From industrial electronic installation, maintenance and service, to precision measurement and quality control, Fluke tools help keep business and industry around the globe up and running. Typical customers and users include technicians, engineers, metrologists, medical-device manufacturers, and computer network professionals — people who stake their reputations on their tools, and use tools to help extend their personal power and abilities.