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VPS220-R 100:1 Voltage Probe Set red 200 MHz 1.2m


Fluke VPS220-R - Voltage Probe Set, 100:1, one red Double insulated voltage probe for ScopeMeter 190 series.

Part Number:
VPS220-R

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VPS220-R – Voltage Probe Set, 100:1, one red

Double insulated voltage probe for ScopeMeter 190 series.

Each probe set includes:

  • 600 V CAT III / 1000 V CAT II rated 100:1 Voltage Probe
  • Hook Clip for Probe Tip
  • Ground Lead with Mini Alligator
  • Insulation Sleeve
  • 30 V CAT II rated Ground Spring for Probe Tip
Specification:
  • Attenuation: 100:1
  • Bandwidth: 200 MHz
  • Max. Input Voltage 1000 V CAT II or 600 V CAT III
  • Max. Voltage to ground: 1000 V CAT II or 600 V CAT III per IEC / EN61010-031
  • Input Resistance: 100 MO
  • Input Capacitance: 4.6 pF
  • Compensation range: 10 to 25 pF
  • Cable Length: 1.2 m

 

Technical Specification for: Fluke VPS220-R 100:1 Voltage Probe Set red 200 MHz 1.2m

General Specifications
Cable Length 1.2m
Compensation Range 10 to 2 pF
Attenuation 100 - 1
Maximum input voltage 1000V CAT II or 600 V CAT III
Maximum Voltage to Earth 1000V CAT II or 600 V CAT III per IEC / EN61010-031
Input Resistance 100MΩ
Bandwidth 200 MHz
Input Capacitance 4.6 pF
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