Teledyne LeCroy HVD3106
Teledyne LeCroy HVD3106 1kV, 120 MHz High Voltage Differential Probe
Teledyne LeCroy high voltage differential probes provide high CMRR over a broad frequency range to simplify the measurement challenges found in noisy, high common-mode power electronics environments.The probe’s design is easy-to-use and enables safe, precise high voltage floating measurements.
The HVD3000 series of high voltage differential probes cover the fullest range of applications, from 120/240 V switch-mode power supplies through 600 V class and 5 kV class electricalapparatus. The table below provides a list of recommended probe models based on specific device under test applications.
- 1 kV CAT safety rated
- Exceptional common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) across a broad frequency range
- 1% gain accuracy
- High offset capability at both high and low attenuation
- AC or DC coupling
- ProBus active probe interface with automatic scaling
- Auto-zero capabilities
- Wide oscilloscope compatibility
- Widest Application Coverage
The HVD310x high voltage differential probe covers a wide range of applications, from 120/240 V switch-mode power supplies through 600 V class electrical apparatus. It is the only 1 kV safety rated probe that serves the full 600 V class requirement.
Exceptional Common-Mode Rejection Ratio
The CMRR for the probes is exceptional out to very high frequencies, greatly improving measurement capability in noisy, high common-mode environments found in power electronics. The high CMRR combined with low probe noise and high offset capability makes the probes capable of measuring very small control signals floating on high common-mode voltages.
High Precision Measurements
HVD probes provide 1% gain accuracy enabling precise voltage measurements. AutoZero capability ensures further measurement precision by allowing small offset drifts to be calibrated out of the measurement.
Complete Probe Integration
The ProBus interface provides power and communication to the probe eliminating the need for a separate power supply or batteries. Attenuation is automatically selected based on oscilloscope gain range (V/div) setting.