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TA189 CURRENT PROBE - 

Current Probe, BNC Plug, Current Clamp, 30 A, Oscilloscopes

TA189 CURRENT PROBE - Current Probe, BNC Plug, Current Clamp, 30 A, Oscilloscopes

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Manufacturer Part No:
TA189 CURRENT PROBE
Newark Part No.:
39Y6997
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BNC Plug
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Current Clamp
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30A
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Oscilloscopes
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Product Overview

30A AC/DC precision current probe. It is for applications requiring current measurement without the need to disconnect wiring, using closed-loop Hall effect technology to measure both AC and DC current with high stability over long periods of time. It is ideal for current leakage monitoring and battery discharge testing. When used in conjunction with an active differential voltage probe such as TA041 it can also be used for power quality analysis.
  • CAT III 300V safety category
  • 9V alkaline (PP3) battery
  • 2m long coax cable with safety BNC connector

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