|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.7 x 5 x 0.4 inches|
|Item model number||TP2|
|Size||2mm Tip Diameter|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|National Stock Number||6625-01-612-8507|
Fluke TP2 2 Piece Slim-Reach Test Probe Set with Stainless Steel Tip, 1000V Voltage, 10A Current, 2mm Tip Diameter
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- One pair (red, black) of slender probe bodies for probing closely spaced or recessed terminals
- Hard stainless steel probe tips
- 2mm Diameter tip for electronics work also compatible with AC72
- CAT IV 600V, CAT III 1000V, 10 A rating, UL listed
- 1 Year warranty
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I do have a different brand set for far reaching harnesses, but use these for up close under dash work.
They don't twist the meter wire when you screw them into the harness as one might think, also these are rated at 5 amps and 60 volts dc which is great.
When done, remember to seal the small pin hole the probe leaves in the insulation.. as it could lead to corrosion. I use clear fingernail polish as it works great and is cheap. Do not use silicone sealers as many will eat the copper.
These probes are typically superior Fluke quality. The retractable shroud over the probe tips works very smoothly, and is excellent. It looks gimmicky until you handle it, and then you realize just how useful it is for avoiding shorting across adjacent terminals.
The probe tips are standard 2mm with a semi-sharp tip and threaded base.
For needle sharp tips, the TP88 pin probe adapters fit perfectly onto these probes. The only drawback to the TP88 adapters is that they are only rated for use to 60VDC.
The threading at the base of the probe tip allow screwing on accessories such as the (included) 4mm banana plug adapter, or the (not included) shrouded alligator clips AC175. I don't know why you'd *want* to use the AC175 instead of using the far superior modular AC285 alligator clips, but I'm sure there's some application for it.
In closing, these probes are part of a modular test lead system. They are unlikely to be purchased alone, without other parts of the system (leads, alligator clips, hook probes, alligator extended probes, gripper probes, etc). Honestly, the best way to purchase these is as part of the modular set, such as the TLK225. You'll save money in the long run.
Highly recommended, as part of a modular test lead set!
One thing to keep in mind is that these tips are only rated for 60VDC. For typical uses this is plenty, but always keep in mind what the voltage you are measuring could be.
It total it is a good product, it is very useful for conformal coated PCBs.
Again, this is just for the probes ONLY.
You will need to combine these probes with, depending on your requirements, either the TL222 or the TL224 test leads (the leads connect the probes to your meter).
Anyway, awesome product and the "SureGrip" texture is very nice compared to Fluke's "old" style of insulation/grip.
Fluke makes good products, but you pay more for the name than you do the quality. Power probe make some piercing probes that work great and do the same thing as these for less $$ And if you are auto tech like me, you are probably looking for quality stuff at bargain prices. That's why you are on Amazon looking at tools.
Also good for working on crowded circuit boards due
to the slender tips which are less likely to accidentally touch
Quality is very good despite being made in China.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great probes. Be aware this is just the probes without cables.Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
These are great test probes. They are very solid and good feeling in the hand and they fit the Fluke TL222 and TL224 silicone test leads. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Michael Fenton
sturdy but thin to allow back probing without damaging the connectors. slips right over the tips of a standard 2mm multimeter probe.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
It fits my fluke meter. ordered to replace a pair that some idiot fried.
Lesson learned: do not let others use your meter.
These are really awesome, but a word to the wise that these babys are razor sharp. They are indispensable to me testing out industrial electronics. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Douglas Taylor