Hioki CT6700 AC/DC Current Probe

26336.1 MFG #: CT6700
$2,695.00 / EA
  • Drill Down Description: AC/DC Current Probe
  • Model: CT6700
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  • Description

    Precise measurement of low current waveforms from 1 mA

    • CT6700: DC to 50 MHz (-3 dB)  |  CT6701: DC to 120 MHz (-3 dB)
    • 10x Sensitivity: clearly observe even 1 mA waveforms
    • High S/N characteristic ideal for ultra-low mA-range current waveforms
    • Connect directly to an oscilloscope's BNC input terminal
    • Connect directly to Hioki Memory Recorder for waveform monitoring
    • Built for Demanding Applications: automobile electronics, circuit components and high-speed switching elements
    • Optional power supply available for use with oscilloscopes that do not provide probe power

    Hioki CT6700 and CT6701 flat bandwidth current probes are best-in-class current sensors for use with Memory Recorders and high performance oscilloscopes. The CT6700 is a high-sensitivity current probe that offers a wide DC to 50 MHz bandwidth; the CT6701 offers DC to 120 MH; both at 5 A of continuous input. They're ideal for capturing transient current signals from switching power supplies, inverters, and motor controllers.

    Improved S/N Ratio: Measure even the extremely low current signals buried in noise
    Low level currents can only be clearly captured by instruments that deliver a good S/N ratio. Because the output rate is now 1 V/A (10x than that of legacy models), you can observe waveforms even if the oscilloscope's range is 1/10 than that of legacy products. By allowing for range selection with leeway for the S/N ratio, you can clearly observe signals that previously were buried in noise.

    Slim Sensor
    The sensor has been redesigned, making it more compact and easier to handle, in a form that fits perfectly in your hand. The ergonomic structure is ideal for situations with complex electrical circuit design and wiring.