The RP1050D high voltage differential probe can convert high differential input voltage to low voltage and display the waveform on oscilloscope.
Its working frequency is up to 50MHz and it is rather suitable for large electricity test and R&D.
RP1000D series of high voltage differential probes are applicable to general purpose oscilloscope and its output label is the relative attenuation when the input impedance of the oscilloscope is 1MΩ.
The relative attenuation will double when the input impedance of the oscilloscope is 50Ω.
Bandwidth: X200, X500 or X1000 attenuation ratio: DC -
X100 attenuation ratio: DC - 25MHz
Attenuation Ratio: X100, X200, X500, X1000
Input Voltage Range (DC + ACpeak-peak value):
X100 attenuation ratio: ≤ 700Vpp, (about 230Vrms or DC)
X200 attenuation ratio: ≤ 1400Vpp, (about 460Vrms or DC)
X500 attenuation ratio: ≤ 3500Vpp, (about 1140Vrms or DC)
X1000 attenuation ratio: ≤ 7000Vpp, (about 2300Vrms or DC)
Maximum Input Voltage: Maximum differential voltage: 7000V (DC+ACpeak-peak vale) or 450Vrms
Voltage to ground at the input terminal: 6500Vrms
Input Impedance: Differential: 100MΩ/1.2pF, Single-ended and to ground: 50MΩ/2.3pF
Output Voltage: ≤ ±7.0V
Output Impedance: 50Ω
Rise Time: X200, X500 or X1000 attenuation ratio: 7ns X100 attenuation ratio: 14ns
Common-mode Rejection: 60Hz: > 80dB, 100Hz: > 60dB1MHz: > 50dB
Power Supply: Specified external 9V DC power supply (must be specified products acknowledged by our company)
Power Consumption: 0.4 watt