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  1. jackylad

    jackylad EF Member

    Does anyone know where i can get hold a pair of shrouds for the fluke t140 voltage tester, mine came glued on when i got it years ago, when i pulled them off they cracked, it hasn't been used in a while only just getting back into the game so i need a pair to pass calibration.

    I've seen some fluke ones on ebay but they are for the newer fluke voltage testers, do you think these di log ones will fit the fluke t140 as they look the same shape.

    TIP6780 Di Log Six Protective Shrouds for Two Pole Testers DL6780 & DL6790 (3x2) | eBay -

    Or if anyone knows where else i can get hold of a pair, they seem to be like rocking horse muck.
  2. trypod

    trypod Regular EF Member

    Why not use adhesive heat shrink!
  3. telectrix

    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Respected Member

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  4. NDG Elecs

    NDG Elecs Electrician's Arms

    Tyne and Wear
    My MFT and VI always pass calibration without GS leads...I feel I am missing something here...
    As trypod says, just cover the tips with a durable material so only a mm is exposed.
  5. Andy78

    Andy78 Forum Mentor

    Kingston upon Hull
    The newer fluke tips from my t110 fit my old t50. If the probe has a notch in it then chances are the new ones will fit. Ask your wholesaler to open a new tester box so you can try the tips before ordering.
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