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|Accessory Type||:||Passive Voltage Probe|
|For Use With||:||DSO and ART Instruments|
Passive Voltage Probe, Use with Oscilloscope Probe
TDS3000B Series Digital Phosphor Oscilloscopes Adapt to Wide-Ranging Video Measurement Needs
A Tell-All Tool for Video Troubleshooting:
Many video engineers have remained loyal to analog oscilloscopes, believing the gradations on an analog display are the only way to see certain video waveform details. The TDS3000B has the same information-rich display as an analog oscilloscope, but with much more detail. Tektronix DPO technology provides a live display that captures anomalies while providing the intensity-graded vision you need to interpret the waveform. Both patterns and one-time events are easy to see and understand. With up to 500 MHz bandwidth and four inputs, the TDS3000B family provides ample performance for analog and digital video use. The TDS3000B is compact and light enough to meet field requirements as well as design and evaluation needs on the engineering bench. Two optional video modules add easy-to-use, video-specific measurement and display tools to the TDS3000B DPO series.
Precision Measurements start right at the probe tip. The right probes matched to the oscilloscope and the device-under-test (DUT) allow the signal to be brought to the oscilloscope cleanly for the greatest signal fidelity and measurement accuracy.
To measure typical signal and voltage levels, passive probes provide ease-of-use and a wide range of measurement capabilities at an affordable price. The pairing of a passive voltage probe with a current probe will provide you with an ideal solution to measure power.
However, general-purpose passive probes cannot accurately measure signals with the fastest rise times, and may excessively load sensitive circuits. To measure signals with fast rise times, a high-speed active or differential probe will provide more accurate results.
Tektronix is the leader in probing technologies. We offer the world's most advanced high-bandwidth differential and active probes — up to 5 GHz differential and 6 GHz active — to access dense, high-speed circuitry with the highest signal fidelity currently achievable, all matched perfectly to Tektronix oscilloscopes.
In addition to its industry-leading probes, Tektronix offers carts and workstations to free up bench space and make equipment easy to share and move around. Our rugged transit cases and travel accessories can be used to ship or transport your instrument.
Attenuating passive Voltage Probes are the most commonly used probes today. They provide a convenient and extremely rugged, yet inexpensive way to acquire signals from your device under test. They maintain the accuracy of the oscilloscope to which they are connected over a wide dynamic range. The 10X passive voltage probe presents a high impedance to the circuit under test at low frequencies (approximately 5 MHz and lower). Their main disadvantage is a decreasing impedance level with increasing frequency (i.e. high input capacitance).
Passive voltage probe with lightweight ergonomic design.