[volt-nuts] Solartron 7081 Test Leads

Fred pa4tim at gmail.com
Thu Aug 4 12:34:23 UTC 2011

I think these work pretty well too, glue some coppersheet between the
jaws. Solder the wires to the copper (befor glueing ;-) ) And you have a
nice and cheap Kelvin clip. They are also available in childerens size
so you can make a SMD version too :-)
See the link, because I do not know the english word. (you use them to
clip laundry to the line when it hangs to dry)



Mark Sims schreef op do 04-08-2011 om 12:04 [+0000]:
> For the Kelvin clips,  your best bet is a set of HP kelvin clips (I forget the part number...  they run around 200 bucks).  They use the old ESI style clips that use rubber o-rings as springs to close the clips.
> Next best is Ebay Chinese clips...  they have a metal spring that can add some capacitance that affects high freq AC measurements.  They are only a few dollars and actually work pretty well.   		 	   		  
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