Tektronix TIVP1 IsoVu Isolated Probe
1 GHz Bandwidth
IsoVu probe technology delivers accurate differential measurements up to ±2500 V on reference voltages slewing ±60 kV at 100 V/ns or faster. With the IsoVu Generation 2 design, you get all the benefits of IsoVu technology at 1/5 of the size of first generation probes.
Tektronix TIVP1 IsoVu Isolated Probe Product Description
With versatile MMCX connectors and an unmatched combination of bandwidth, dynamic range, and common mode rejection, IsoVu Gen 2 probes are setting new standards for isolated probe technology and enabling wide bandgap power designs using SiC and GaN.
Benefits of IsoVu Probes
IsoVu technology uses power-over-fiber and an optical analog signal path for complete galvanic isolation between the measurement system and your DUT. By allowing the probe to float independently at the common mode voltage, isolation provides important advantages.
- 160 dB (100 million to 1) CMRR at DC
- Up to 120 dB (1 million to 1) CMRR at 100 MHz
- Up to 80 dB (10,000 to 1) CMRR at 1 GHz
- ±60 kV Common Mode Voltage range
- Up to ±2500 V differential input Voltage range
- Up to ±2500 V offset range
High Voltage and High Bandwidth
With traditional differential probes you had to choose between high bandwidth or high voltage levels. IsoVu probes, with their shielded coaxial cable and isolation, provide high bandwidth and a differential voltage range of ±2500 V. IsoVu Gen 2 offers bandwidths of 200 MHz, 500 MHz, and 1 GHz to fit your budget and performance needs.
Tektronix TIVP1 IsoVu Isolated Probe Specifications
|Model||Bandwidth||Differential Voltage||Common Mode Voltage||Fiber Cable Length|
|TIVP1||1 GHz||±2500 V||±60 kV||2 meters|