701932 Current Probe 100 MHz / 30 ARMS

701932 Current Probe 100 MHz / 30 ARMS:

Frequency bandwidth: DC to 100 MHz
Maximum continuous input range: 30 Arms
Functions with Digital Oscilloscopes, Scopecorders, or other waveform measuring instruments.

What is a Current Probe?

To check the switching elements of the circuits in electronic devices, current probes measure currents without interrupting the circuit. There are multiple types of current probes- self-contained current probes and current probes for multimeters.

The 701932 100MHz / 30 Arms is a current probe for oscilloscopes, scopecorders, and more.

  • Bandwidth: DC to 100 MHz; current measurement: Max 30 A
  • Clamp configuration makes current measurements easy
    The probe simply clamp around the conductor being measure.
  • No external amplifier required: Connects directly to DL series instruments
    The probes can be directly connected to the 1 MΩ BNC inputs on the DL series instruments without the need for connection to a costly external amplifier. All probes in our lineup are space-saving, easy to carry, and offer superior performance at a reasonable cost.
  • Powered by the DL's probe power supply terminal
    The probes are also compatible with external power supplies.
  • Current values can be read directly on DL series instruments
    Using the current probe selection menu eliminates the need to enter current/voltage conversion values.
  • Includes demagnetizing switch and zero adjust dial functions
  • Relationship between the current being measured and probe's current consumption
  • 701934 probe power supply
  • Inverter currents
  • Switching power supply inrush currents
  • Motor load currents
  • Breaker characteristics
  • Transformer/transmission systems
  • Fuel cell operation and characteristics
  • Power supply current waveforms
  • Power device consumed current
  • Vehicle electrical systems


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