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Hi. I'm not sure if the subject line is the right terminology for what I'm looking for.

My school has electronics labs with multimeter probes that actually stick into breadboard holes and are strong/sharp enough to make deep scratches in the leads on TO-220 style components.

Can anyone link me to a good product I can plug into my Extech/Amprobe? The leads they come with are a huge pain to use with breadboard work.
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I use Pomono 4691

http://www.mouser.com/Search/ProductDetail.aspx?qs=mF%2FuAlTFnPq3ObodApVEQQ%3D%3D
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What's wrong with this? smiley-wink

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I don't even use "proper" breadboard wires smiley

Just cut a couple of component leads off, stick 'em in the holes, clip the multimeter clips onto those. QED.
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