Differential Electrical Test Probes Datasheets
from National Instruments
The NI 5191 is an active differential probe with 800 MHz input bandwidth and a 10:1 attenuation ratio, so you can use it with high-speed digitizers such as the NI 5152/53/54 or with stand-alone oscilloscopes for many different high-speed measurement applications. You can power the probe from a host... [See More]
- Probe Type: Differential; Oscilloscope
- Attenuation Factor: 10X
- Probe Technology: Active
- Bandwidth: 800
from ValueTronics International, Inc.
Tektronix continues to demonstrate its proven leadership in differential probing with a significant addition to our Differential SMA Probe Family. Differential SMA Probes are designed for measuring differential signals in a 50? signaling environment, providing the ability to convert from a... [See More]
- Probe Type: Differential
from Cascade Microtech, Inc.
Excellent crosstalk characteristics [See More]
- Probe Type: Current; Differential; HighFrequency
- Probe Configuration: Pin and Socket
- Attenuation Factor: 1X (optional feature); 10X (optional feature); 100X (optional feature); 20X
- Bandwidth: 110000