Power electronics probes for test and measurement applications introduced by Saelig

FAIRPORT, N.Y. – Electronics distributor Saelig Co. Inc. in Fairport, N.Y., is announcing the availability of the Teledyne LeCroy HVD3000A high-voltage differential probes -- the 1-kilovolt HVD310xA, the 2-kilovolt HVD3206A, and the 6-kilovolt HVD3605A.

Apr 19th, 2018
Power electronics probes for test and measurement applications introduced by Saelig
Power electronics probes for test and measurement applications introduced by Saelig
FAIRPORT, N.Y. – Electronics distributor Saelig Co. Inc. in Fairport, N.Y., is announcing the availability of the Teledyne LeCroy HVD3000A high-voltage differential power electronicsprobes -- the 1-kilovolt HVD310xA, the 2-kilovolt HVD3206A, and the 6-kilovolt HVD3605A.

These test and measurement probes provide common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) over a broad frequency range to simplify the measurement challenges of noisy, high common-mode power electronics environments.

The probe's design makes precise high-voltage floating measurements. Serving a wide range of power-electronics applications, they provide 1 percent gain accuracy, a differential-voltage range to 1500 volts (DC + peak AC), and high offset ranges.

The HVD3000A probes can perform an AutoZero functionality without removing the probes from the device under test. The AutoZero capability ensures data precision by helping to calibrate small offset drifts out of the measurements.

Additionally, the HVD3000A probes automatically detect overloads of differential- and common-mode inputs, displaying the overload condition on the oscilloscope's screen.

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Designed to work with Teledyne LeCroy's oscilloscope range, all HVD3000A series probes connect via the ProBus interface, which brings power and communications to eliminate the need for a separate power supply or batteries. The unit automatically selects attenuation based on the oscilloscope gain range (volts/div) setting.

The HVD3000A series covers a broad range of applications, from 120/240 volts switch-mode power supplies through 600-volt class and 5-kilovolt electrical apparatus.

High-power DC-DC converters can operate at 500 volts DC or higher. The HVD310xA models provide as much as 1000 volts DC common-mode (HVD3206A models provide up to 1500 volts DC) and high precision (1 percent gain accuracy) DC voltage measurements.

For more information contact Saelig online at www.saelig.com.

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