Electrical / Electronic Probes

Substantial Yield Improvements with ECT's LFRE Probes for PCBA Testing
Electrical / Electronic Probes

Substantial Yield Improvements with ECT's LFRE Probes for PCBA Testing

ECT probes with proprietary lead-free plating passed extensive qualification at a major US based OEM Fontana, California, May 2018: Everett Charles Technologies’ (ECT’s) LFRE plated probes successfully passed extensive qualification testing verses an incumbent probe at a major US based OEM for power infrastructure equipment. ECT’s LFRE proprietary plated spring probes demonstrated a...

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Saelig's New Teledyne LeCroy Differential Probes Feature AutoZero Capability
Electrical / Electronic Probes

Saelig's New Teledyne LeCroy Differential Probes Feature AutoZero Capability

Teledyne LeCroy HVD3000A Series Differential Probes are offered in 1 kV, 2 kV, 6 kV CAT safety rated models and designed for power-electronics applications with up to 1500 V differential voltage and 1% of gain accuracy. The probes come with AutoZero functionality which keeps data precision by calibrating small offset drifts out of measurements. Units come with ProBus interface and automatic...

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Fairview Microwave RF Coaxial Probes and Probe Positioner feature gold-plated contacts.
Electrical / Electronic Probes

Fairview Microwave RF Coaxial Probes and Probe Positioner feature gold-plated contacts.

Suitable for use in microwave components, RF Coaxial Probes and Probe Positioner  includes four coaxial RF probes and one RF PCB probe positioner. RF coaxial probes provide return loss better than 10 dB and a maximum operating frequency of 20 GHz. Cable-mountable, probes feature 3.5mm female interface and pitch of 800 or 1500 micron. Along with magnetic mounting plate, RF PCB probe positioner...

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ICP® Blast Pencil Probe offers resonant frequency of greater than 400k Hz.
Electrical / Electronic Probes

ICP® Blast Pencil Probe offers resonant frequency of greater than 400k Hz.

Providing time of arrival and pressure time wave form for total impulse measurement, Model 137B25 ICP® Blast Pencil Probe is suitable for explosion, blast, and shock wave testing. Featuring micro-second response time, unit increases measurement accuracy and reduces need for multiple single-sensor probes. Having low impedance and 5 V output signal, product allows sensor to operate up to 100 kHz...

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R&S RT-ZVC Power Probes feature USB interface.
Electrical / Electronic Probes

R&S RT-ZVC Power Probes feature USB interface.

Available with two or four power measurement channels, R&S RT-ZVC Power Probes deliver sample rate of five megasample per second. Operated with ±15 V input voltages with input currents ranging from 4.5 µA to 10 A, units offer 18 bit vertical resolution for sampling signals. Probes automatically calculate minimum, maximum, average and RMS values for the voltage, current and power. R&S RT-ZVC are...

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HVFO103 Oscilloscope Probe comes with soft carrying case.
Electrical / Electronic Probes

HVFO103 Oscilloscope Probe comes with soft carrying case.

Designed to capture small floating signals on high voltage bus in power electronic designs, 60MHz HVFO103 Oscilloscope Probe reduces noise, overshoots and transients in measured signal. Available for various voltage ranges, probes come with transmitter, receiver, 1meter Fiber Optic Cable, set of three micro-grippers, and USB Charging Cable. Units come with single laser and optic cable to provide...

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Oilfield Improvements® Wheeled Rod Guide® Couplings Celebrate 35th Anniversary
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Oilfield Improvements® Wheeled Rod Guide® Couplings Celebrate 35th Anniversary

For over 35 years our Wheeled Rod Guide Couplings, have been at work in oil fields across the globe. Our products are engineered to extend the service life of sucker rods and tubing, delivering cutting-edge innovation that enhances oilfield operation, maximizes output, and enhancing overall operations. To learn about the advantages of using Wheeled Rod Guide Couplings in your wells, see our video.

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