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Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today introduced 200-MHz and 800-MHz, high-voltage differential probes. The differential probes provide superior general-purpose differential signal measurements required for today’s high-speed power measurements, vehicle bus measurements and digital system designs.
The Agilent N2792A and N2793A differential probes offer 10:1 attenuation, allowing them 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 differential probes have an input resistance of 1 MΩ (for N2792A) and 200 kΩ (for N2793A) and low input capacitance of 3.5 pF (for N2792A) and 1 pF (for N2793A) to minimize circuit loading. The N2792A and N2793A probes are compatible with any oscilloscope with a 50-Ω BNC input. The probe can be powered by any USB port on a scope or computer, or by an internal battery (9V battery included).
Information about the Agilent N2792A and N2793A differential probes is available at www.agilent.com/find/differential.
U.S. Pricing and Availability
The Agilent N2792A and N2793A differential probes are available now at a price of $1,700 and $3,000 each.
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