Agilent Technologies Introduces Industry’s Most Comprehensive Extreme-Temperature Probing Solutions for Oscilloscopes

Agilent Technologies Inc. introduced the industry’s most comprehensive extreme-temperature probing solution for oscilloscopes. The N2797A single-ended active probe is the industry’s first low-cost, high-input-impedance active probe with rugged probe tips for testing integrated circuits and devices in environmental chambers.

For extended testing with even more extreme temperature ranges, Agilent offers the N5450B InfiniiMax extreme-temperature extension cable with the InfiniiMax Series differential probing system. When used with the Agilent N5381A differential solder-in probe head, the extension cable provides engineers with the widest temperature range, from -55 to 150 C, which is the maximum range specified for testing automotive electronics.

When accurate and repeatable current measurements inside the chamber are critical over wide temperature ranges, the two-channel N2820A and one-channel N2821A high-sensitivity current probes are the best choices for precision current measurement applications. When the user-defined head that comes with the N2820A/21A is paired with these current probes, they provide the industry’s highest sensitivity current measurements among oscilloscope current probes, going all the way down to 50 uA with a maximum current range of 5 A, operating from -55 to 150 C.

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