Voltage ProbesA set of Deluxe Voltage leads with Jumbo Alligator clips come with all PowerSight meters. On this page we also offer fused leads, and voltage probes for spot checks on medium voltages to 5Kv and high voltages to 15kV. Use this page if you need spare leads or alligator clips.
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|5k Voltage Probe (set of 3) (Model: 5KVP)
Summit Technology provides its model 5KVP voltage probes to allow complete analysis of 4,160 V power systems. These probes plug directly into Summit Technology’s PowerSight® Energy Analyzers. Summit Technology introduces its new model 5KVP voltage probes capable of connecting directly to ...
|15k Voltage Probe Set with Hot Sticks (Model: 15KVPSET)
Summit Technology's model 15KVP voltage probes are capable of connecting directly to 15 kilovolts.
Ideally, professionals who wish to measure 12,500 volt lines need to locate a PT (potential transformer) and then connect to the low voltage output secondary of the PT. The PT ratio is ...
|Hot Stick Sections (Model: STKS)
Fiberglass hotsticks for use with the 15KVP medium voltage probe. One set of STKS consists of 3 fiberglass sections, 18 inches long and 1-1/4 inches in diameter. Each section has industry standard male and female ends for screwing them together. Screwing one set together and into a 15KVP probe ...
|Deluxe Fused Voltage Leads (Model: DFV)
Summit Technology’s deluxe fused voltage leads (DFV) are suitable for voltage measurements up to 600v AC and come with the added safety of 1/2 amp replaceable fuses. See More Images below:
|Deluxe Voltage Leads (Model: DXV)
Summit Technology’s standard set of deluxe voltage leads come with every PowerSight as standard equipment. If you need replacements order model # (DXV)
|Jumbo Voltage Alligator Clips (set of 4) (Model: VJCLIP)
Get a Good Grip on Your Voltage Connections with our New Jumbo Clip! When making voltage connections you need to get a substantial hold onto lugs, bolts, and conductors with a probe that just won’t let go. Sometimes wimpy clips just won’t do - it can be very annoying if voltage probes ...