701920 Differential Probe 12V / 500 MHz - Oscilloscope Differential Probe



DC to 500 MHz




Max. Input Voltage:(to ground)


±40 V (DC + AC peak)

Max. Differential Voltage


±12 V (DC + ACpeak)

Probe Power: probe power supply
Work with 50 Ω input system oscilloscope

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What is a Differential Probe?

Differential oscilloscope probes are designed to obtain differential signals between two test points while rejecting common mode signals. Differential probes are commonly used to measure high-frequency and low amplitude signals.

How to Use a Differential Probe

1. Connect this probe’s power supply cable to the probe power supply connector on the DL series instrument, 700938, or 701934.

2. Simply plug-in the BNC output connector to the vertical input of a oscilloscope. In this case, set the input resistance of the oscilloscope to 50 Ω.

3. Using the appropriate probe accessories, connect the input to the circuits under measurement.

  • Bandwidth: 500Hz
  • Attenuation ratio: 10:1
  • Connector Type: BNC Yokogawa Interface
  • Input Resistance: 100kΩ (Ground-level resistance from each input terminal)
  • Input Capacitance: 2.5pF (Ground-referenced capacitance from each input terminal)
  • Rise Time: not specified
  • Differential Input Voltage Range: +/-12V
  • Common Mode Input Voltage Range: +/-30V
  • Non-Destructive Input Voltage: +/- 30V (DC + ACpeak)
  • CMRR: -60dB 1MHz, -17dB 500MHz
  • Cable Length: 1.2m probe cable, 1m power lead cable
  • Standard accessories included: Straight & Angle Pins, Microclips, Lead Wires, pinchers, adaptors 
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