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Rohde & Schwarz introduces two new probes for high bandwidths and high voltages

Rohde & Schwarz introduces two new probes for high bandwidths and high voltages


Rohde & Schwarz is tapping into new fields of application by introducing two new probe models. The R&S RT-ZS60 active voltage probe is the perfect solution for any task requiring ground-referenced measurements of signal integrity. This includes tests on fast interfaces such as DDR memory modules or general analyses for A&D, research and consumer electronics: The R&S RT-ZS60 is the first compact, ground-referenced 6 GHz probe on the market. The probe scores top marks with its extremely low loading of the test point (1 megaohm, 0.3 pF) for both DC as well as high frequencies in addition to its minimal noise (2 mV RMS) and high linearity (70 dB THD). The frequency-independent and high dynamic range of +/- 8 V also makes it possible to perform measurements on very fast signals with large amplitudes. In addition, the probe can be used with the optional R&S RT-ZA9 adapter on Rohde & Schwarz signal and spectrum analyzers.

For automotive, power or medical technology applications, the R&S RT-ZD01 active differential high-voltage probe offers customers the benefits of a selectable measurement range, which provides the ideal dynamic range with its maximum measurement voltage of 1 kV (RMS). The certification for the CAT III safety rating allows measurements all the way to the building installation. For measurements on differential signals, the R&S RT-ZD01 offers extremely high precision thanks to its outstanding common mode rejection ratio of –80 dB. Just like all Rohde & Schwarz probes, this model also ensures very low loading of the test point.

The R&S RT-ZS60 active ground-referenced voltage probe as well as the R&S RT-ZD01 active differential high-voltage probe are now available from Rohde & Schwarz.

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#4 December 2021
KIPiS 2021 #4
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Modern instrumentation