Agilent Technologies (www.agilent.com) is proud to launch its all-new N2744A T2A Tektronix-to-Agilent probe adapter that allows engineers to connect TekProbe-BNC Level 2 probes from Tektronix (www.tek.com) to InfiniiVision and Infiniium oscilloscopes from Agilent.
The adapter offers the necessary probe power, offset control and calibration to the Tektronix probes.
Aside from the probe adapter, Agilent has also expanded its offering of oscilloscope accessories and probes with several other new products.
The N2796A 2GHz and N2795A 1GHz single-ended active probes deliver 1 pF input capacitance and 1 M input impedance for low signal loading. The built-in headlight of the probes helps engineers view small components on the circuits under test. The probes are directly powered by the AutoProbe interface of the oscilloscope and do not need external power supply.
The N2888A 18-channel half-channel and N2887A 36-channel Pro InfiniiMax soft touch probe heads connect Agilent’s soft-touch connectorless probes to the input connectors of Agilent’s InfiniiMax I and II series probe amplifiers. With the probe heads, engineers can probe high-density signals with up to 4GHz of bandwidth. The probes allow engineers to make the multichannel measurements required in DDR memory testing and in other applications where space is tight.
The 100MHz N2893A has a 15A AC/DC current probe with AutoProbe interface for Infiniium and InfiniiVision oscilloscopes. The new current probe offers auto calibration and auto degauss (demagnetisation) to remove unwanted DC offset and residual magnetism in the probe. This feature helps create more accurate DC current measurements. In addition, the N2893A succeeds in accurate capturing steady-state or transient currents for testing and debugging power electronic devices.