There is no specification of the lowest current for our current probe.

However, it is possible to calculate the lowest current from the accuracy of this probe.

Amplitude Accuracy: +/- ( 1.0% of reading + 1mV)

Output Voltage Rate: 0.1V/A

There is a offset error of +/- 1mV. Even if the input current is zero A, there is a possibility that the output is 1mV.

The scaled current value for a 1mV signal is 10mA. Input current less than 10mA cannot be measured.

If the current being measured is 20mA, the measured deviation will be 20mA +/- 10mA, and the accuracy is 50%.

Therefore, in most cases 20mA cannot be measured.

The lowest current that can be measured accurately is 1A. The measurement accuracy for 1A input current is +/-2% or 1A +/-20mA( 1.0% of reading + 10mA).

__Model 701930__

Amplitude Accuracy: +/- ( 1.0% of reading + 1mV)

Output Voltage Rate: 0.01V/A

There is a offset error of +/- 1mV. The scaled current value for a 1mV signal is 100mA.

The lowest current that can be measured correctly is 10A.

The measurement accuracy for 10A input current is +/- 2% or 10A +/-200mA( 1.0% of reading + 100mA).

Amplitude Accuracy: +/- ( 1.0% of reading + 5mV)

Output Voltage Rate: 0.01V/A

There is a offset error of +/- 5mV. The scaled current value for a 1mV signal is 500mA.

The lowest current that can be measured correctly is 50A.

The measurement accuracy for 50A input current is +/- 2% or 50A +/-1A( 1.0% of reading + 500mA).

Capture, analyze, and troubleshoot electrical or real-world physical signals. Oscilloscopes observe the change of electrical signals over time, continuously graphed on a display as voltage or amplitude vs. time.

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