Quick and accurate positioning of oscilloscope and multimeter probes. Made in USA.Designed by EEtackle in United States of America
Tired of holding your scope probe in one hand while adjusting the oscilloscope controls with the other? Sick of soldering short little test wires onto circuit boards just to be frustrated by bent, w…Read More…
Tired of holding your scope probe in one hand while adjusting the oscilloscope controls with the other? Sick of soldering short little test wires onto circuit boards just to be frustrated by bent, worn out, or melted probe tips hooks? Interested in utilizing those other channels on your scope without undue setup time? Free up your hands with the EEtackle oscilloscope probe holder!
The EEtackle scope probe holder enables you to quickly position a probe on a circuit board and lock it in place. Then your hands are free for other tasks. The key is the smooth operating and easily locked ball joint near the clamp head. Plant the base of the probe holder firmly on the bench with one hand while positioning the probe exactly where needed with the other hand. A quick twist of the thumb screw with the planted hand locks the ball joint in place. The weight of the holder combined with the three-point contact keeps it in place.
Accommodates probe diameters from 0.25″ to 0.5″ (6mm to 12mm). Constructed of powder coated steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. Triangular base measures 3″ (76mm) tall. Round body is 5″ (127mm) long. Overall length of 7″ (178mm). Weight 10.5oz (300g). Made in USA.
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