Agilent Technologies Introduces High-Voltage Differential Probes for Floating Signal Measurements
Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today introduced 25-MHz and 100-MHz, high-voltage differential probes. The N2790A and N2791A high-voltage differential probes allow conventional earth-grounded Agilent oscilloscopes to be used for floating signal measurements of up to 1,400 V of differential voltage and 1,000 V of common-mode voltage. Thanks to its high bandwidth and excellent input-impedance characteristics, the probe can accurately measure up to 3.5 nsec of fast transient edges in modern switching power supplies.
The N2790A and N2791A differential probes offer user-selectable attenuation settings that make it highly versatile and allow it to be used for a broad range of applications. The probe comes with various probe tip accessories for use with small and large components in tight places. The N2790A also has an overrange indicator that alerts the user when the probe input exceeds the dynamic range of the probe.
U.S. Pricing and Availability
The Agilent N2790A and N2791A differential probes are available now at a price of $1,250 and $600 each.
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