The TIVM and TIVH Series (IsoVu) Isolated Differential Probes can be used on most Tektronix oscilloscopes with the TekVPI interface and on MSO/DPO70K series oscilloscopes with the TCA-VPI50 adapter. IsoVu utilizes an electrooptic sensor that converts the electrical signal from the sensor tip cables to an optical signal which electrically isolates the device-under-test from the oscilloscope. IsoVu also incorporates four separate lasers, an optical sensor, five optical fibers, and sophisticated feedback and control techniques.
It also offers galvanically isolated measurement solutions for accurately resolving high bandwidth and differential signals up to ±2500 V in the presence of large common mode voltages. It also has the best in class common mode rejection performance across its bandwidth.
Other features include, bandwidths from DC to 1 GHz, a 100 Million to 1 (160 dB) with a common mode rejection from DC up to 1 MHz. A 10,000 to 1 (80 dB) common mode rejection at 1 GHz, a 60 kV peak Common Mode Voltage, a Differential (DC + pk AC) with up to ±2500 V, an offset range of up to ±2500 V, output clamping, as well as DC and AC input coupling.
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The IsoVu is an ideal solution for users making the following measurements. First, is an ability to take differential measurements where there is high common mode voltage, high frequency common mode interference, high frequency measurements, as well instances where complete galvanic isolation is required. Other differential measurements include EMI compliance testing as well as ESD testing.
The device also comes with a number of standard accessories, these include, a carrying case, a 50X sensor tip cable, a 5/16-inch SMA wrench/driver tool, a flexible tripod with quick release as well as a probe tip adapter.
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