Tektronix CT2 High Frequency Current Probe

10854.1 MFG #: CT2
$0.00 / EA
  • Manufacturer: Tektronix
  • Condition: New
  • Option Parent Model: TPS2012B, TPS2014B, TPS2024B

  • Description

    Tektronix CT1, CT2 Current ProbesCT1/CT2 Current Probes

    The CT1 and CT2 Current Probes are designed for permanent or semi-permanent in-circuit installation. Each probe consists of a current transformer and an interconnecting cable. The current transformers have a small hole through which a current carrying conductor is passed during circuit assembly.

    The P6041 Probe Cable provides the connection between the CT1 and CT2 Current Transformers and a BNC oscilloscope input. A 50 Ω termination is required to terminate the cable when connected to a high impedance (1 MΩ) oscilloscope input. One probe cable can be used to monitor several current transformers that have been wired into a circuit.

    CT6 Current Probe

    The CT6 is the newest addition to the Tektronix portfolio of high-frequency current probes. It is designed to meet the needs of high-speed circuit design and test applications which require ultra high bandwidth, low inductance and extremely small form factor. The CT6 provides up to 2 GHz bandwidth when used with high-bandwidth oscilloscopes such as the Tektronix TDS694C, TDS794D and TDS7000 series oscilloscopes or with other compatible 50 Ω input measuring instruments. Low inductance (<3 nH) assures that the loading effect of the CT6 on the circuit-under-test will be negligible, which is especially important for today's low-amplitude, high-speed circuit designs such as disk drive read/write preamplifiers. The probe is a closed-circuit design which will accept uninsulated wire sized up to 20 gauge. This product is exempt from CE mark by virtue of its 30 V voltage limit.

    • High Bandwidth
    • Ultra-low Inductance
    • Very Small Form Factor
    • Characterize Current Waveforms up to <200 pSec Rise Times
    • Very Low Loading of Circuit Under Test
    • Fits Into Dense, Closely-spaced Circuit Designs