MRO Magazine

Test clip features ‘row-of-points’ penetrator

Now available from J.S. Popper is the JP-2 10-in-1 alligator test clip. Its row-of-points penetrator, together with the large single penetrator, neatly pierces insulation on nine wire sizes (10 to 26 ...


April 1, 2002
By MRO Magazine
MRO Magazine

Now available from J.S. Popper is the JP-2 10-in-1 alligator test clip. Its row-of-points penetrator, together with the large single penetrator, neatly pierces insulation on nine wire sizes (10 to 26 gauge). Its tip securely grabs a wide range of wire terminals and bare conductors. The row-of-points’ hardened, stainless-steel penetrators are durable and rust-free. The design minimizes both insulation and conductor damage because no more than two of these points reach the conductor. The test clip, made of a solder-friendly copper/nickel alloy, is available with a standard female banana jack that accepts test leads from common electrical meters and oscilloscopes, or it can be ordered without a banana jack.

J.S. Popper