High-Voltage Differential Probe for Oscilloscope
High-Voltage Differential Probe for Oscilloscope
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Designed for professionals and experts alike, this high-voltage differential probe works with most oscilloscopes. With it, you can safely measure floating voltages up to 1,300 volts ... Read More

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SDante
50
Mar 18, 2019
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This is for low voltage, not high voltage. You never use CAT II on high voltage, you need CAT IV or the probes aren't thick enough. 1300VAC pk-pk is only 470VAC rms, which is low voltage. This is poorly advertised and if someone tries to use it on actual high voltage they might get killed.
Mar 18, 2019
ELLIOTTCABLE
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Oct 12, 2018
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Holy shit, I bought exactly this product like one month ago. DAMNIT.
Oct 12, 2018
R_E_Lee
1
Nov 26, 2018
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Not like it is a huge discount. I've wanted one for a good while and this wasn't a big enough discount to make it worth the bother.
Nov 26, 2018
TonyTi
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Oct 11, 2018
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For a new scope, Rigol is probably the best value - reasonably good quality at a fair price, but I haven't used one. I've heard a lot of bad stuff about the super cheap Chinese brands.
My scope is a 100MHz dual isolated channel Fluke portable scope, which I snagged at 50% during a Fry's clearance sale a long time ago - it still works fine, and isolated channels are handy when looking at differential signals.
A few years ago, I participated in some free R&S scope training - now that's an awesome scope! Just don't look at the price (IIRC, it was >$10K).
Oct 11, 2018
Eric1Atkinson1
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Jan 25, 2018
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They claim it was delivered. But not to me. Would have been nice to see it and try it out.
Jan 25, 2018
DrKhanMD
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Jan 10, 2018
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Man Massdrop's DIY section has just been killing it.
At lot of the stuff in the past kinda felt like little cheesy projects and what not. The product lineup recently has really been stepped up it feels.
Now I wait patiently for a decent scope to be offered :L
Jan 10, 2018
Edward351
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Jan 16, 2018
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Yeah I'm in the same boat. The cheap USB scopes seem too limited flimsy, it's nice to have a screen and the buttons to set your triggering, scales, etc.
Jan 16, 2018
R_E_Lee
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Nov 26, 2018
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I recommend the Siglent SDS 1202X-E for the money (under $400, sometimes even below $350). It even has UART included with no hidden costs as other brands have done. It's a 2Ch 200 MHz SPO scope (shows colors for intensity). It can display the screen output either over USB to your PC or over ethernet. I have yet to find a negative for this scope after 1-2 years of usage.
Nov 26, 2018