The P6021A and the P6022 both provide wide-band performance with excellent low-frequency, a bandwidth of 120 Hz to 60 MHz, and a switchable probe range of between 2 mA/mV and 10 mA/mV. Indeed, it can convert an alternating current waveform to a voltage that can be displayed and measured on an oscilloscope. Furthermore, the probes provide accurate current measurements over a wide range of frequencies and allows you to measure current without breaking the circuit. In fact, they are not only compatible with general purpose oscilloscopes having a 1 MΩ input impedance, but they also come with a passive termination that matches oscilloscope and probe impedance.
Consequently, this not only optimizes the probe’s performance, but the termination is configured in such a way that it has a control that allows you to select probe sensitivity such that the switch has two positions (2 mA/mV and 10 mA/mV). To this end, when the control is in the 2 mA/mV position, the oscilloscope displays 1 mV for every 2 mA of current in the circuit under test. Consequently, when the control is in the 10 mA/mV position, the oscilloscope displays 1 mV for every 10 mA of current in the circuit under test.
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In sum, the P6021 and P6022 Current Probes provide versatile AC current measurements. As such, both probes provide accurate current measurements over a wide range of frequencies. Furthermore, the P6021 and P6022 allow current measurements without breaking the circuit by clipping onto the current carrying conductor.
Finally, the shielded probe heads are not grounded when the slides are in their open positions - thus eliminating accidental grounding of the circuit under test. In other words, the device is indirectly grounded to avoid electric shock.
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