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Old 20th June 2008, 09:34 PM   #1
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I just got my first oscope, a Fluke 97 scopemeter for free !!!

I got a standard probe with it but i need some test leads with alligator clips, but i don't want to pay 10$ each for a simple test lead. (That cheapo/diy spirit) Anyone know where i can get a few cheap or where i can find some BNC connectors that i can just solder wire to? The only BNC connectors i've found require expensive crimping tools and/or you have to use RG coaxial cable.

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Old 20th June 2008, 09:55 PM   #2
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BNC are sized for 50 or 75 ohm - hence the RG cable attachment (Solder or crimp). You could use 50ohm BNC connectors a length of coax and split the coax out to clips - OK for LOW voltage DC.
There are some BNC to RCA (phono) adapters about, which would be easier to wire for temporary test leads. This is the type of thing - I sure they can be had cheaper

http://www.radioshack.com/sm-bnc-to-...b-support.html

Real scope leads (x1 x10 with trimmer) are needed for high voltage and ac measurements. There should be a calibration output on the scope for trimming the probe before measuring ac signals.
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I have some male BNC Molded Male end to a dual
alligator clip probe made by Mueller in stock...

You can contact me at steve.apexjr@prodigy.net

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