PMK presents a unique inline probing system – the sonic Active Probe which can contact adjacent square pins in 2.54 mm pitch simultaneously. The probe ‘s housing is T-shaped so that many probes can be positioned next to each other in a never-ending chain.
With such kind of configuration, it means that a number of measurements can be performed at the same time. Furthermore, given that the device is system-independent, the standard BNC connector can be plugged into any measuring instrument having an input coupling of 50 Ω AC/DC. Review of Key specifications
The Sonic active probe is designed to cope with faster signals than most known probes on the market. As the bandwidth of many measuring systems rises, the device uses a custom FET chip powered active probe. What this does is that unlike conventional active probes, it can handle a minimum load of 0.6pF. Furthermore, the Sonic active probe is system independent, meaning that it is useable with every 50 Ω measuring instrument. Other standard features include, 4 GHZ bandwidth, wide dynamic range, and ultra-low noise.
As for the electrical specifications, the sonic active probe comes with an attenuation ration of 10:1, an input dynamic range of ± 8 V, a maximum rated input voltage of 20 V, as well as an input capacitance of 0.6pF. Finally, the sonic active probes are delivered with wide-range power supplies which features a standard EU mains adapter and, for the international version, a series of adaptors for US, UK and AUS market.
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