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DDK Diagnostic Kit

Product Code: TE-DDK

Availability: In stock

DDK Diagnostic Kit

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The DET Diagnostic Kit (DDK) provides EOD & Bomb Technicians with the ability to safely perform electronics diagnostics.   This kit includes all tools required to perform detonator or switch diagnostics; and provides the operator with equipment to perform diagnostics on analog intrusion detection systems. The DDK also includes Wire Attack Special Purpose Probes (WASPP), which allow operators to make noninvasive electrical measurements of wires.


Safely perform electronics diagnostics, Includes tools to perform detonator or switch diagnostics, Includes equipment to perform analog intrusion detection, Includes Wire Attack Special Piercer Probe allowing operators to make noninvasive electrical measurements of wires, Each kit includes 6 specialized "bed of nails" piercers with volt meter leads and 6 extensions. These probes pierce the insulation of wires and contact the internal conductor at multiple points providing positive connection and ensuring the most accurate measurement

In This KIT

ONE: DDK Customized Nylon Bag, ONE: Fluke 87-V Multimeter, ONE: Calculator, ONE: 36in 14G Coated Wire, ONE: Greenlee Inductive Amplifier, ONE: K100 Current Probe, ONE: WASPP Kit – 6 Leads, ONE: Banana Male to Male Jumper (Black), ONE: Banana Male to Male Jumper (Red), ONE: Wiresnips, ONE: Butane Powered Soldering Iron, ONE: 6ft. Solder, TWO: Ceramic X-ACTO Knife + replacement blades, ONE: Write in the Rain Notebook, ONE: Sharpie – Black, ONE: Sharpie – Silver


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