SEW AL-34WB Kelvin Clip Test Leads
A Kelvin connection is a means of making precision electrical potential contact with a current carrying component or reference point in such a way that eliminates, or greatly reduces, the effect of contact resistance. This is especially important when dealing with low millivolt reference voltages with relatively heavy loads where contact resistance can be significant and unknown variable.
A method of injecting a precise voltage across the reference which avoids errors caused by the wire resistance is called the Kelvin, or 4-wire method. Special connecting clips called Kelvin clips are made to enable this kind of connection across a subject resistance.
SEW AL-34WB Features:
- Wire length: 1130±30mm
- PVC insulated wire (1000mm) with connected straight input plugs
- 130mm PVC wire lead length
- Outside diameter: 4.0mm
- Input plug color: Red•Green•Black•Blue
- Current rating: 10A
- Voltage rating: 600V
- Designed for Milliohm meter, Microohm meter, Low resistance measurement with high current injection.
- Available in 5 metre and 15 metre length