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mini_test_clip_adapters [2017/09/25 18:19]
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 The clip adapters can be hard to find. A good alternative is to have a set of mini-grabber probes that plug directly into your DMM The clip adapters can be hard to find. A good alternative is to have a set of mini-grabber probes that plug directly into your DMM
  
-* Banana-Minigrabber {{https://www.amazon.com/Elenco-TL-12-Banana-Mingrabber-Set/dp/B0002JJU3C/|at Amazon}} for$7+* Banana-Minigrabber pair {{https://www.amazon.com/Elenco-TL-12-Banana-Mingrabber-Set/dp/B0002JJU3C/|at Amazon}} for $7 
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 +{{:image:elenco_banana_minigrabber.jpg?300}} 
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 +A dual set of mini-grabber and banana clip leads is {{https://www.amazon.com/Sumnacon-Multimeter-Test-Lead-Set/dp/B07F8R3VG9/|also available from Amazon}}.   
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 +Another alternative is a {{https://www.sparkfun.com/products/14303|alligator clips with pig tails}} from Sparkfun for $7.  Those clips do not connect directly to a multimeter, but the alligator clip end could be attached to your multimeter probe and the pigtail could be inserted in a breadboard. 
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 +{{:image:sparkfun_alligator_clip_with_pigtail_small.jpg?300}}
  
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mini_test_clip_adapters.1506388767.txt.gz · Last modified: 2017/09/25 18:19 by gerry