Most oscilloscopes come with passive voltage probes as standard equipment, and thus offer an affordable general-purpose probing solution. These probes often offer the robustness and large dynamic range necessary for viewing data across a variety of applications. The most popular kind of probes for general-purpose measurements are passive ones. Wires, connectors, a housing, and, if necessary, correction or attenuation resistors or capacitors are used to build passive probes. These types of probes don’t use any active parts, such transistors or amplifiers.
The Global passive probes market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The performance of the passive probe product category has been redefined by Tektronix’s new class of passive probes. The best-in-class bandwidth up to 1 GHz, best-in-class input capacitance as low as 3.9 pF to reduce probe loading effects, best-in-class input capacitance to reduce performance loss when long ground leads are attached are all features of Tektronix’s new class of passive probe solutions.
A passive switchable oscilloscope probe with a 100 MHz bandwidth, the TA375. This probe is a more advanced version of our TA132 and incorporates numerous enhancements to improve performance, usability, and longevity.
With a 10:1 input divider and high impedance, the economical passive probe N7007A has a bandwidth of 400 MHz. Because it may be used in a temperature range of -40 °C to +85 °C, it is particularly well suited for measurements in temperature chambers. All oscilloscopes with BNC inputs and input resistances of 1 M can be utilised with this probe.
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