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Micsig DP10007 Oscilloscope Differential Probe Kit 100MHz 70V

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The Micsig DP10007 Oscilloscope Differential Probe Kit is the perfect tool to perform measurements on complex electronics without fear of damaging your oscilloscope thanks to high voltage ratings or damaging yourself for that matter. This differential probe operates at up to 100MHz and features a 10x/100x switch, able to measure floating signals of up to 700V.

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As much as DIY Makers, Tinkerers, and Electronic Engineers alike wish we were born able to see electricity, not all of us have superhuman senses and there just isn’t any “easy” way to work with electronic signals and waveforms. However, using a good quality oscilloscope to identify and evaluate wave functions is imperative for efficiency, effectiveness, and the overall success of whatever project you’re busy working on, but a scope would be useless without a probe and using the right probe could make our lives a small bit easier. Micsig’s DP10007 Oscilloscope High Voltage Differential Probe Kit is made for specialised testing and has ascended into a great general use tool for all DIY Tinkerers.


Operating at up to 100MHz, the Micsig’s DP10007 Oscilloscope High Voltage Differential Probe Kit features a 10x/100x switch, able to measure floating signals of up to 700V. The Probe Kit includes allegator clips, hook clips, and pincer clips to help you connect to, measure and Tinker away with many types of electronic circuits. All the while, it’s a portable tool that’s simply powered by a USB. This Micsig’s DP10007 Oscilloscope High Voltage Differential Probe Kit is the handy tool you need for measuring power, audio, or serial data interfaces.


Differential Probe versus Single-ended Probe


Technically, all voltage measurements are “differential,” meaning they are a measurement of the voltage difference between two points. Even so, there is a big difference between a single-ended probe and a differential probe. Most oscilloscopes are inherently ground-referenced, making measurements with respect to ground. Single-ended probes are commonly used with oscilloscopes and connect one point to the circuit in question while another short lead is connected to ground for reference. But all is not lost, there is still a way to take floating measurements not ground-referenced with your scope, actually there are two ways:

  1. Use the Old School method: A very common work around to this in the past was to measure the difference between two voltage points with two single-ended probes and using mathematics built into the oscilloscope to display the difference between CH1 and CH2.
  2. Use a Differential Probe: These probes take only one channel and use a differential mode to respond only to the voltage difference between two leads. Using a probe, like the Micsig DP10007 Differential Probe, to take your oscilloscope measurements yields more benefits than the old school method such as a high common mode rejection, reduced probe loading, and higher bandwidth.


We highly suggest you consider getting a high voltage differential probe if you are working with complex electronics that may require you to measure a part of your circuit not connected to ground. Using wrong voltage capacities and grounding circuits at sensitive points can damage your equipment and endanger your safety. With many good features and applications, the Micsig’s DP10007 Oscilloscope High Voltage Differential Probe Kit and other probes in our Electronics Measurement Catalogue offer safe useful tools to test high voltage devices for your Tinkering needs.

Micsig DP1007 Oscilloscope Differential Probe Kit - Technical Specifications:

  •          Model

– DP10007                                                               

  •          Bandwidth

– 100MHz

  •          Attenuation Features

– 10x/100x Switch

  •          Maximum Differential Voltage

– 70V (10x)

700V (100x)

  •          Output Voltage

– ≤ 7 V

  •          CMRR

≤ -80 dB (50 Hz)
≤ -60 dB (20 KHz)
≤ -50 dB (1 MHz)
≤ -40 dB (10 MHz)

  •          Maximum Input Voltage-to-Earth

– 600V CAT I

1000V CAT II

  •          Differential Input Impedance

– 8MΩ

  •          Single-ended to Ground Input Impedance

– 4MΩ

  •          Power Supply

– USB (5V), 1.25W

  •          Cable Length

– 45cm (input)

90cm (output)

  •          Operating Temperature

– 0°C to 40°C

  •          Storage Temperature

– -30°C to 70°C

  •          Weight

– 0.7kg

  •          Dimensions (DP10007 unit)

– 145 x 60 x 27mm

  

Additional Resources:

This is the Micsig’s DP10007 Oscilloscope High Voltage Differential Probe Kit User Manual, which offers a much more in-depth view at the many different functions, as well as best practices to reduce noise and get the most accuracy out of your measurements.

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Micsig DP10007 Oscilloscope Differential Probe Kit 100MHz 70V

Micsig DP10007 Oscilloscope Differential Probe Kit 100MHz 70V