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Oscilloscope Probe Set, X1-X10 Atennuation, X1 6-X10 100 MHz, X1 60-X10 2nSec Risetime
- Part# SP100B
These slimline probes are rugged, extremely flexible, and can be used with virtually any brand oscilloscope including Tektronix, Hewlett Packard, Fluke/Philips, Hitachi, Leader and B&K. They feature fast risetime, and sharp pulse response. Repairable modular probes screw together without soldering for instant, on-site repair. All components are replaceable. Probes come complete with 1.2m to 1.4m-long cable, measuring tip, IC tip, insulating tip, BNC adapter, trimmer tool, sprung hook, and ground lead.
Can TPI oscilloscope probes be used with Tektronix and Hewlett Packard scopes?
- Yes,TPI oscilloscope probes can be used with most major brands of scopes.
Why is selecting a probe with the correct bandwidth important?
- Choosing a probe with the correct bandwidth enables you to use your scope to its full potential.
Why do TPI oscilloscope probes have a compensation range and compensation adjustment?
- Since the input of every oscilloscope is different our probes have a compensation adjustment so the capacitance of the probe can be adjusted to match the capacitance of the scope input. Thecompensation range is the range of adjustment available.Matching probe and scope capacitance is important to preventwaveform distortion.
What is the benefit of a probe with X1 and X10 switchable attenuation?
- Passive X10 probes allow you to read a signal 10 times theamplitude of that viewed with a X1 probe. Example: an eight-division graticule on 5V/Div setting would display a 40 volt peak-to-peak signal using the X1 setting. You can view a 400 volt signal using the X10 setting.
What is readout?
- Readout is an activator pin that protrudes out of the BNC connector of an X10 or X100 probe that completes a circuit. There are contactsaround the BNC connector on the front of the oscilloscope and the attenuation is automatically set. If your scope does not have contacts around the BNC connector, it does not need this feature.
What probe should I buy?
- Select a probe that is at least the same bandwidth as the oscilloscopeyou intend to use; however, for optimum performance, select a probe with two times the bandwidth of your test instrument.