Surviving Accidental Overloads

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Surviving Accidental Overloads

A test instrument should be able to withstand accidental overloads associated with various functions. An example of user error: If the user leaves the leads in the amps input jacks, and then accidentally connects the leads across a voltage source, a short through the test instrument has just been created.

For more information on the dangers of accidental overloads, please watch this video.

For more information on Electrical Safety, see our online course available at the Fluke eLearning Center. 

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