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NEW Tektronix P5205A High-Voltage Diff. Probe


NEW Tektronix P5205A High-Voltage Diff. Probe

11.500,00 kr.

Tektronix offers a broad portfolio of high-voltage probing solutions that enable users to safely and accurately make floating measurements.

Key performance specifications
  • Bandwidths up to 200 MHz
  • Up to 6000 V differential (DC + pk AC)
  • Up to 2300 V common (RMS)
Key features
  • Overrange Indicator
  • Safety Certified
  • Switchable Attenuation
  • Switchable bandwidth limit
  • Floating measurements
  • Switching power supply design
  • Motor drive design
  • Electronic ballast design
  • CRT display design
  • Power converter design and service
  • Power device evaluation

Tektronix P5205A High-Voltage Diff. Probe

Safe high-voltage probe solutions

The THDP0100 and P5210A have the largest differential dynamic range capability from Tektronix, allowing users to safely measure up to ±6000 V. The THDP0100 supports bandwidths up to 100 MHz and slew rates up to 2500 V/ns at 1/1000 gain. These probes are supplied with two sizes of hook tips and have an overrange visual and audible indicator which warns the user when they are exceeding the linear range of the probe.

The THDP0200 and P5205A are active differential probes that are capable of safely measuring differential voltages up to ±1500 V. The probes are effective in making measurements in IGBT circuits such as motor drives and power converters. The THDP0200 supports bandwidths up to 200 MHz and slew rates up to 275 V/ns at 1/250 gain.

The TMDP0200 and P5202A are designed for medium-voltage applications with differential requirements up to ±750 V. These probes have lower attenuation ranges and offer better signal-to-noise ratio.

The P5200A can be used with any oscilloscope and enables users to safely make measurements of floating circuits with their oscilloscope grounded. The P5200A Active Differential Probe converts floating signals to low-voltage ground-referenced signals that can be displayed safely and easily on any ground-referenced oscilloscope.

Warning: For safe operation, do not use the P5200A High-voltage Differential Probe with oscilloscopes that have floating inputs (isolated inputs), such as the Tektronix TPS2000 and THS3000 Series oscilloscopes. The P5200A High-voltage Differential Probe requires an oscilloscope or other measurement instrument with grounded inputs.

Connectivity options

The TMDP and THDP Series probes are equipped with the TekVPI®interface which allows smart communication between the oscilloscope and probe. Pushing the probe menu button will launch the probe control menu on the oscilloscope display providing access to all relevant probe settings and controls. These probes are designed to operate on TekVPI®oscilloscopes without requiring the TPA-BNC adapter.

The P52xxA Series probes are equipped with the Tektronix TekProbe®interface which communicates scale information to the oscilloscope. Direct connections can be made to oscilloscopes configured with the TekProbe®interface or to any oscilloscope when used with the 1103 TekProbe®Power Supply.

Model overview

Probes with the BNC and TekProbe® interface
P5200A P5202A P5205A P5210A
Attenuation 50X / 500X 20X / 200X 50X / 500X 100X / 1000X
Differential Voltage 500X: ±1300 V
50X: ±130 V
200X: ±640 V
20X: ±64 V
500X: ±1300 V
50X: ±130 V
1000X: ±5600 V
100X: ±560 V
Common Mode Voltage ±1300 V ±640 V ±1300 V ±5600 V
Maximum Input Voltage-to-Earth 1000 V CAT II 450 V CAT l
300 V CAT ll
1000 V CAT II 2300 V CAT l
1000 V CAT III
Bandwidth 50 MHz 100 MHz 100 MHz 50 MHz
Differential Input Impedance 10 MΩ || 2 pF 5 MΩ || 2 pF 10 MΩ || 2 pF 40 MΩ || 2.5 pF
Input Impedance between each Input and Ground 5 MΩ || 4 pF 2.5 MΩ || 4 pF 5 MΩ || 4 pF 20 MΩ || 5 pF
Typical CMRR DC: >80 dB
100 kHz: >60 dB
3.2 MHz: >30 dB
50 MHz: >26 dB
DC: >80 dB
100 kHz: >60 dB
3.2 MHz: >40 dB
50 MHz: >30 dB
Cable length 1.8 m




1. The differential voltageis the maximum measurable range between the (+) and (-) input leads of the probe. Beyond these limits, the output could be clipped.

2. The maximum common mode voltage and maximum input voltage-to-earth (RMS) are the maximum voltages that each input lead (+/-) can be from ground.

Tektronix P5205A High-Voltage Diff. Probe


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