Flir TA80 Universal CAT IV Silicone Test Probes

    By Flir | Mfr#: TA80 | Tiger#: TS34912


    • 1000V / 10A test probes
    • UL certified - CAT IV 
    • Gold-plated tips
    • Durable silicone leads
    • High-strength stress relief
    • 41" lead extends to 46" 
    • Removable probe caps 
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    Overview for Flir TA80 Universal CAT IV Silicone Test Probes

    The FLIR TA80 Industrial Grade Silicone Test Leads have a CAT IV 1000V overvoltage rating and 10A current rating.

    Test leads have gold-plated tips that remain pure job after job, and won’t tarnish or degrade like other test lead coatings. In addition, to ensure continual safety, the TA80’s design helps you easily identify any nicks and cuts on your test leads.

    FLIR Features

    In general, these rugged tools make your job easier, speedier and safer to perform. This is particularly the case for multimeters (DMMs), clamp meters and the test leads you use them with.

    FLIR’s advanced test leads never come up short on the job. Connect them to your volt meter or your amp probe and you have a total length of 46 inch including the probes, which give you extra elbow room to make measurements without hassle. With double-extruded, multi-color silicone sheathing, any damage or wear is clearly indicated by contrasting internal colors, indicating external layer damage. The leads’ probes offer high-strength stress resistance to ensure the longevity of the probes. 

    Designed for use with FLIR digital multimeters, amp clamp meters and insulation meters, the FLIR TA80 test leads permit electrical, HVAC, and plant maintenance professionals to increase the versatility of their test equipment.

    Silicone Advantages

    With FLIR TA80 silicone test leads, you’ll never have to worry about stiff test leads again. These advanced leads offer unrivaled pliability, even in cold or extreme temperatures.

    For increased durability, users of other meters can upgrade their test leads to FLIR’s silicone-based test leads. Indeed, silicone’s remarkable resistance to burns and chemicals make it useful in the toughest of job conditions.