alligator clip


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alligator clip

[′al·ə‚gād·ər ‚klip]
(electricity)
A long, narrow spring clip with meshing jaws; used with test leads to make temporary connections quickly. Also known as crocodile clip.
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Once the board has been connected to a PC or laptop via USB cable, the alligator clips can be connected to any object that conducts electricity.
The alligator clips were attached to insulated wires that connected to the air-cartridge port of the TASER M26.
Connection options include alligator clips, and a modular plug and jack.
For another piece, he used alligator clips and the little plastic discs used to tie loaves of bread.
The instrument comes with a protective holster and Flex-Stand, a safety designed test lead set, alligator clips, one 9V alkaline battery, a user's manual, and a quick reference guide.
Different-sized holes cut in the board, alligator clips, and spikes will hold food for chopping or peeling.
On the following pages, we show you how to make adornments out of such ordinary materials as buttons, wood molding and details, clay, even alligator clips and other electronic parts.
Police believe the killer attached alligator clips to the ears of the sleeping mum and two of her three children and turned on the power at the family home in Glenroy - 15km from Melbourne.
The Alligator is a meter with six-inch alligator clips that allows the constant monitoring of the heating cable.
An AC/DC current clamp is provided for the measurement of operation currents and the complete test kit, including all test probes' alligator clips, Sunclix and MC4 adaptor leads is supplied in a convenient carrying case.
Once there, however, they get right into alligator clips and batteries or studying sound waves.