Klein Tools Introduces New Alligator Clip Test Leads Compatible with Wide Range of Meters

EIN Klein Tools Alligator Clip Test Leads

June 1, 2022

Klein Tools introduces new Heavy-Duty Alligator Clip Test Leads that are perfect for insulation resistance testing and compatible with most banana-type inputs.

Heavy-Duty Alligator Clip Test Leads

  • Standard banana-type inputs compatible with most multimeters and clamp meters
  • Heavy-duty alligator clips attach to wires and other conductors
  • Perfect for insulation resistance testing
  • Includes 1-Pair of universal right-angle test leads with banana plug to heavy-duty alligator clip
  • 18 AWG double insulated wire
  • CAT III 1000V/CAT IV 600V safety rating
  • Available in 3-Foot (Cat. No. 69381) or 10-Foot (Cat. No. 69367) lengths

“Providing accessories that are versatile and can work with a range of meters is always important during our design process,” says Sabrina Kalsi, product manager at Klein Tools. “These new Heavy-Duty Alligator Clip Test Leads come in both 3-Foot and 10-Foot options, and have standard-banana-type inputs, meaning that they are compatible with most multimeters and clamp meters on the market.” 

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