8000 Series Test Lead kits
The "SOFTIE™" by Probe Master lets you say "goodbye" to hand fatigue and finger calluses. A soft probe that bends 90 degrees or more. A probe that conforms to the shape of your hand. This soft flexible probe bends gently to reduce wear and breakage of the lead. Many combinations are possible with the "screw on" accessories shown above. The 48" long, 18GA. meter leads, are made of top quality silicone.
8043S Kit Shown
- Sharp gold plated points
- Silicone leads, burn resistant
- Soft, comfortable hand grips
- Conforms to the shape of your hand
- Gold Plated Screw on accessories
- Standard length - 48" Long, 18 GA
- Optional Lengths- 24",36",60",72",96", 120"
- Tip Length .88"
- CAT III 1000V, CAT IV 600V, 10A
Included in all kits. Red & Black of the following:
|8000 Series||Test Leads (Red & Black)|
|8050||Sprung Hook (Red & Black)|
|8051||Tip Cover (Red & Black)|
|8052||Spade Lug (Red & Black)|
|8053||Alligator Clip (Red & Black)|
Select the model below for your meter connection needed then choose model and length from the drop downs at top of page
All connectors are standard 4mm except 8045S
Questions on your meter Connections-
Call us or use our Cross Reference to determine the meter lead connection you need.
|Additional Accessories-||8000 Series Accessories|
Improved "Shrouded Right Angle Connector "
8043S fits FLUKE Meters
Simpson Meter 260 series 7 & 8 use 8023S
For Additional Meter lead Connections use our Cross Reference
to determine the connection you need.
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The 8000 Series leads fit nicely in my Fluke 101. I ordered them 60" long and I love the extra length.
Heard good things about Probemaster leads on various forums, so I bought some and I'm just sorry I haven't had these test leads all my life. They are excellent as is the build quality. Very satisfied customer.
The threaded tips allow these test leads to be adapted to many accessories, and the most handy accessories are included. These are far better than friction fit accessories that are blind and fiddly. The rubber insulated leads are very flexible.
Probe Master makes great probes! But that is not what makes them stand out. i ordered the wrong probe - male end rather than female end. I called their office and spoke with a lovely lady, named Cindy, who agreed to send me the correct probe in exchange for the probe sent to me. I live near Chicago and I received the probe from California the next day! I am very impressed with this company and will be ordering from them in the future..
Leads are of very high quality.
After wasting far too much time fighting with the cheap leads that came with my meter, I finally replaced them with a set from probe master. My only regret was not buying them sooner. Flexible high quality wire, plus needle sharp points have make for a great set of leads that are a joy to use.
To quote Dave from eevblog, these are "sex on a stick." I couldn't say it better myself. Silky, needle sharp, great attachments, and at a good price. Plus, made in the good old USA. Highly recommended.
I spent my career as a Foreign Services Field Engineer servicing everything from mainframe computers to micros and all manner of peripheral equipment in some very remote locations around the world. I've had DMM and analog multi-meters all my professional life ranging from throwaway imports to good quality Sanyos, Lafayettes, Keiths, Simpsons, Flukes and others the names of which I've long forgotten. These have not been top-of-the-line models but since I traveled a lot my bosses took a dim view of giving me expensive stuff just to risk losing them in airline luggage so most have been adequate and not spectacular. My 30 year old Fluke 77 is one of the best and now that I've retired, I've just acquired a 50 year old Keith VTVM and a new ennoLogic eM860T for use in tube radio restorations. The one thing these meters have lacked in all the years I've used them is a good set of probes. Measuring low-range voltages, currents and resistances have been iffy at best due to contact resistance and poor quality lead wires but for break-fix repairs they've been adequate. I now want to do more design work and dig deeper into component troubleshooting but cannot spend money needlessly. These new Probemaster probes are just the thing to make my aging equipment work like new again and even improve the accuracy of the better ones to almost lab equipment levels. They won't make a cheap meter give 5 decimal points accuracy but I would like to get reliable accuracy out to the meters' maximum range, and these probes deliver that in spades. Properly calibrated good quality meters can give 3 decimal points accuracy easily assuming you don't lose it in the probes so the probes are always the weakest link in any meter's design. These new Probemaster probes with their gold-plated tips, comfortable grips and super flexible wires can deliver that lost accuracy for you. They can literally turn a cheap meter into an expensive one assuming the meter itself follows industry guidelines in their manufacturing practices, and most of those over $60 or so do. It's the probes they try to save money on, so replace those and you'll have a very fine instrument indeed.
I love the flexibility and comfort of these probes. They are hands down the best built probes on the market and will always be my supplier.