2x SQ10 Probes for DMM (red/black)

$70.00
Two complete handsfree SQ10 probes with one red and one black probe (positive and negative) packed together with a set of red/black banana cables intended for connection directly to a multimeter or power supply
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SKU: 6011
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Description

The new SQ series of hands-free PCBite probes from Sensepeek make it a breeze to instrument your test circuit, come with included color-coded cable holders, and have a lower point of gravity making them even more stable compared with the original SP series of probes. 

All the loved features of hands-free measurement, exchangeable fine pitch spring tipped test needle, and the minimalistic design are maintained to make traditional-sized and handheld probes obsolete. The minimalist design and the spring-loaded test needle make it possible to simultaneously probe directly on fine-pitch components and test points.

The probe is steady yet very flexible which makes for total hands-free operations together with your Binho Nova, multimeter, logic analyzer and other development tools.

The SQ10 probes come with a powerful magnet in the base, as for all PCBite probes and holders which makes the probe easy to place and reposition anywhere on the base plate.

This set of 2xSQ10 digital probes is perfect for those who already have a PCBite metal base plate and circuit board holders, which are required for the successful usage of these probes.


This set includes the following items:

  • 2× SQ10 PCBite probes with pin-tipped test needles (red/black)
  • 2x Banana to Dupont test wires (red/black)
  • 2x Extra test needles
  • 1x Set of cable holders (red/black)

 

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The probe has a flexible metal arm and a powerful magnet in the base. The unique "lift and drop" function takes away the need for annoying and complicated set screws. The weight of the head makes the compressible needle maintain constant pressure at the probing point so even if the board is bumped, the probe tip will stay in position.