The Jointed Finger Probe meets all the different requirements that are in the IEC standards.
Finger Probe, Unjointed – IEC Rigid finger for insertion and force testing.
The JFP335-20.2 is one of the new accessibility probes required by IEC 60335-1 clause 20.2 for testing the accessibility of moving parts in appliances.
The JFP335-2-14 is one of the new accessibility probes required by IEC 60335 for testing blenders. Meets the latest CB scheme requirements.
The NAF2 is one of two new accessibility probes required by UL 60950 for paper shredders.
Check access to telecommunications voltages.
As required by Telecordia Standard GR-1089-CORE
Set of two child-sized test fingers, may be purchased separately.
This Unjointed Finger Probe is made for forceful insertion where the flexibility of the Jointed Finger Probe would be difficult. The UFP25 meets IEC 61032 requirements, Figure 7, Test Probe 11.
Rigid finger for insertion and force testing.
Test finger required for all access testing.
IEC and UL testing security of snap-on parts.
This is a precision probe made in accordance with UL1017 and related standards.
Metal UL test finger for accessibility testing.
ULP04 Machined plastic UL test finger probe for accessibility testing.