RS PRO Oscilloscope Probe

  • RS Stock No. 179-9558
  • Manufacturer RS PRO
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RS PRO Passive Oscilloscope Probe

Introducing the RS-TP 6351R passive oscilloscope probe from our own trusted and reliable brand RS PRO, an ergonomically designed passive type probe suitable for use with RS PRO oscilloscopes as well as all major brands. This probe offers a bandwidth of 350 MHz and has a fixed attenuation of 10:1, allowing you to achieve a more sufficient high-frequency response. The RS-TP 6351R is a lightweight passive probe that doesn't require a battery or power supply in order to work, making it ideal for working on the go. This model also features a readout actuator pin on the BNC connector, offering a readout function.

Features and benefits

• Can be used with RS PRO oscilloscopes as well as major brands
• Lightweight yet durable design allowing you to work on the go in a range of environments
• Includes a full accessory kit
• 350 MHz bandwidth
• 10:1 attenuation
• 5 mm diameter
• Safety category level: CAT II 400Vrms
• BNC connector type with readout function
• Compensation range: 10-30pF
• Rise Time <1 ns
• Input Impedance: 10MOhm / 12pF
• No battery or power supply required

Contents

• RS-TP 6351R probe
• Protective caps (3 pieces)
• BNC adapter
• Spring hook
• Spare probe tip
• Coding rings (8 pieces)
• Grounding lead terminated with insulated crocodile clip
• Ground spring
• Trimmer tool

Applications

An oscilloscope probe is an essential device for use with an oscilloscope when carrying out a range of tests and measurements of electrical devices. The two main types of oscilloscope probes are active and passive, both with varying bandwidths and are commonly used by electrical engineers.

What is oscilloscope probe bandwidth?

The bandwidth of an oscilloscope specifies the usable frequency range of the oscilloscope. The signal processing circuitry of an oscilloscope acts like a low pass filter, limiting the frequency behaviour of the device. Therefore, for a proper analysis, the oscilloscope bandwidth must be considerably higher than the frequency of the signal under test.

Is this oscilloscope probe passive or active?

The RS PRO RS-TP 6351R oscilloscope probe is a passive type probe that is ideal for general purpose troubleshooting and probing. As it is a passive probe it features no active parts meaning it does not need a power supply or battery to be operated.

Note:

All the products in this range are supplied for use with instruments with a permanent earth connection.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Probe Type Passive
Attenuation 10:1
Bandwidth 350MHz
Connector Type BNC
Number of Probes 1
Safety Category Level CAT II
Safety Category Voltage 400 Vrms
Series RS-TP
Safety Category CAT II 400Vrms
Rise Time <1ns
1 In stock for delivery within 5 working day(s) (Global Stock)
Price (ex. GST) Each
$ 91.95
(exc. GST)
$ 101.15
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 +
$91.95
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