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Cliff Jones
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PostSubject: Test Leads   2012-12-15, 6:14 pm

A number of poeple have asked where to get these test lead holders. Well, Shazam!!  I found one source by accident. THE FLUKE Store.
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They have 9 slots and will accommodate up to 8 mm cables.

The cost is $20.95 +$9.95 shipping. If your interested.

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PostSubject: Re: Test Leads   2012-12-15, 11:42 pm

Cliff,

Pomona makes a similar, less expensive product: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

Note that the holders use different colors to delineate the available slot configuration/width.

I've a number of these and find them useful for their intended purpose.
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PostSubject: Re: Test Leads   2012-12-16, 10:39 am

I noticed also from that link one is just over $10. Thanks.

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PostSubject: Re: Test Leads   2012-12-17, 7:39 am

Hmmmmm, me thinks I could probably make one up for a lot less. Especially since I have some small assorted sizes of sheet aluminum around here someplace.

Right now, mine consists of one of those mug holders that you mount underneath a cupboard shelf and can rotate. Kinda like an upside down lazy susan.

I either need to find another one of those or make something different cause I don't have room for any more cables.

One more project to do. tongue
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PostSubject: Re: Test Leads   2012-12-17, 9:19 am

I guess I could make a couple out of plywood. I do have a radial arm saw and now a jig saw. Hmm Where is my ruler? Shocked

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PostSubject: Re: Test Leads   2012-12-17, 3:13 pm

Between my job, three year old daughter and spouse, I'm crunched for time. Still, a possible (cheaper) option might be the old style kitchen towel racks made from a smallish square section of chromed steel rod and mounting plates on each end. Not fancy but quick and cheap…
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