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Oscilloscope Probe




Tektronix P6243 Oscilloscope Probe (1pF 1GHz, 10X, 40v pk MAX)
Tektronix P6243 Oscilloscope Probe (1pF 1GHz, 10X, 40v pk MAX)
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HP 10430A passive oscilloscope probe - 10:1, 1Mohm, 6.5pF, 1 meter
HP 10430A passive oscilloscope probe - 10:1, 1Mohm, 6.5pF, 1 meter
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Tektronix Oscilloscope Probe P6062B Passive Probe
Tektronix Oscilloscope Probe P6062B Passive Probe
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4x 100MHz Oscilloscope Scope analyzer Clip Probe test leads kit for HP Tektronix
4x 100MHz Oscilloscope Scope analyzer Clip Probe test leads kit for HP Tektronix
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BRAND NEW Tektronix P6137 10X Passive Oscilloscope Probe, 400 MHz w/ Readout/ID
BRAND NEW Tektronix P6137 10X Passive Oscilloscope Probe, 400 MHz w/ Readout/ID
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New Oscilloscope Probe Kit GTP-250A-2 GW Instek, 10:1 or 1:1, Ships Free, 1.2 M
New Oscilloscope Probe Kit GTP-250A-2 GW Instek, 10:1 or 1:1, Ships Free, 1.2 M
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Fluke Oscilloscope Probe Kit 5803A, 200MHz, X10 probe and accessories
Fluke Oscilloscope Probe Kit 5803A, 200MHz, X10 probe and accessories
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HP-9100 Oscilloscope Probe Kit with accessories
HP-9100 Oscilloscope Probe Kit with accessories
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Tektronix P6109B 150MHz Oscilloscope Probe | BNC | 1.5M | 10x | 11.8pF
Tektronix P6109B 150MHz Oscilloscope Probe | BNC | 1.5M | 10x | 11.8pF
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Buying an Oscilloscope Probe

If you're measuring typical signals and voltage levels a passive oscilloscope probe will provide the best bang for the buck.  They are capable of a wide range of measurement capabilities and pairing a passive probe with a current probe will provide you with an ideal setup for measuring power.

Almost every passive probe has some sort of attenuation such as 10x or 100x.  These 10x attenuation factors reduce the circuit loading compared to a 1x probe and make for an excellent oscilloscope probe.  At some point higher frequency signals will become distorted at which point you'll need to upgrade to a differential or active probe to get a realistic interpretation of the signal.

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