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BNC to BNC x10 probes

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iayestaran
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BNC to BNC x10 probes

Post by iayestaran » May 26th, 2021, 12:35 am

Hello,

In an industrial project, I need to connect the 4 channels of my oscilloscope to 4 BNC connectors in a panel.
I need to use x10 probes, as my tension values might rise up to 160V.

Do this kind of x10 BNC to BNC probes exist?
If needed, I could replace the BNC connectors in the panel with other connector types. Is any alternative preferred over BNCs?

Thanks in advance.

AlexisMori
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Re: BNC to BNC x10 probes

Post by AlexisMori » July 19th, 2021, 10:31 am

Hi...On the off chance that you are discussing the test connector, it is fine. Or possibly I approved of them.

On the off chance that you are discussing separate connectors, I don't have the foggiest idea, it will presumably rely upon the provider, however I would not depend on them being really excellent.

https://www.7pcb.com/
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Re: BNC to BNC x10 probes

Post by Andrea C » July 21st, 2021, 8:40 am

There are adaptors for your scope probe tip to be converted to BNC. Check your local electronics supply house.
You'd remove the spring loaded probe tip cover.
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This blog entry has some ideas:
https://www.tek.com/blog/accurate-measu ... -probe-tip

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