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Probe Tektronix P5122

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mghadi
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Probe Tektronix P5122

Post by mghadi » September 26th, 2014, 5:40 am

Hi All,

How can I verify The Impedance of this Probe (P5122): 100 MOhm/4.0pF ?

Thanks

steve_tech
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Re: Probe Tektronix P5122

Post by steve_tech » September 29th, 2014, 9:55 am

You could use a good DMM to measure the 100M ohm input R and an LCR meter for input C. Right at the probe tip.

Steve

mghadi
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Re: Probe Tektronix P5122

Post by mghadi » September 29th, 2014, 1:25 pm

Thanks.

fego
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Re: Probe Tektronix P5122

Post by fego » February 17th, 2016, 3:19 am

Can I use this probe with my MDO4000C? If, not: Is there a similar passive HV probe working with it?

David N
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Re: Probe Tektronix P5122

Post by David N » February 19th, 2016, 2:09 pm

The P5122 is designed for use with Tektronix TPS2000 and THS3000 series floating oscilloscopes. The P5122 will electrically work with the MDO4000C; however, the MDO4000C is not a floating scope so all measurements must be “ground” referenced.

If you need to measure high voltage with the MDO4000C you should consider the THDP0200, THDP0100 or TMDP0202 high voltage differential probes. These are designed to work with the MDO4000C.

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