THE SHAPE OF PROBES TO COME
The PicoConnect 900 Series low-invasive, high-frequency passive probes are designed for microwave and gigabit applications up to 9 GHz and 18 Gb/s.
They deliver unprecedented performance and flexibility at a low price.
These browser probes employ a unique (patent pending) in-PCB construction to realize extremely low capacitance, coplanarmicrowave integrity, robust reliability and very low cost.
The result is a family of miniature interchangeable passive probe heads that cover a range of division ratios, bandwidths and coupling types.
Use with a wide range of instrumentation
The PicoConnect 900 Series passive probes are designed for use with any instrument having 50 Ω inputs, including oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, modulation analyzers and counters, without regard to manufacturer.
Interchangeable division ratio
Interchangeable probe heads provide three division ratios to suit each application. The 5:1 ratio is a particularly attractive and faster option when probing low-swing logic.
Phenomenal value for money
Held in the fingertips or soldered in, these browser probes at last permit convenient and cost-effective multichannel probing of microwave and gigabit signals.
PicoConnect 911 basic specifications:
Nominal division ratio: 20:1
Bandwidth (-3 dB): >4 GHz
Max. usable data rate (fundamental): 8 Gb/s
Transition time: <87.5 ps
Probe tip impedance (nominal): 960 Ω
Probe tip capacitance (typical): 0.3 pF
Probe tip capacitance (maximum): 0.4 pF
Continuous AC voltage (maximum): 14 V RMS
DC block voltage (maximum): 50 V
Safety approvals: EN61010-031:2002+A1 2008
Output connector (probe head): SMA(f)
Dimensions (probe head): 68 x 19 x 11 mm.
Probe tip pitch (nominal): 5 mm.
Weight (probe head): 5 g.
Included in delivery:
• PicoConnect 900 Series probe head
• Precision 600 mm 085 low-loss cable
• SMA-to-BNC adaptor (RF and microwave probes only, max. 3 GHz usage)
• Set of interchangeable gold-plated probe and sprung ground tips
• Two coils of solder-in gold-plated wire
• User's Guide
• Storage and carry case