IsoVu Isolated Probes

IsoVu Isolated Probes

IsoVu® probes are the right tool for today’s demanding power measurement challenges given their industry leading 1 GHz bandwidth, 160 dB or 100 Million to 1 common mode rejection, 60 kV common mode voltage, large ± 2500 V differential range and superior probe loading.  

Learn how you can use IsoVu technology to make impossible measurements such as high side Vgs.

Bandwidth

Up to 1 GHz

Differential Voltage

Up to ±2500 V

Common Mode Voltage

60 kV

Common Mode Rejection Ratio

Up to 160 dB(100 Million to 1)

 

Features

Benefits

Complete galvanic isolation eliminates the direct electrical connection between the floating inputs and the ground referenced output. Eliminates measurement system ground loops which inject noise and offset into the measurement.
Greater than 120 dB (1 Million: 1) Common Mode Rejection from DC to 100 MHz which is 33,000 times better than previously available measurement systems. At 1 GHz, IsoVu™ offers 80 dB (10,000:1) Common Mode Rejection at 1 GHz which is more than a thousand times better than previously available measurement systems. Gives the freedom to measure anywhere in a circuit without common mode signals impacting differential measurements.
Allows users to accurately measure small differential signals (5 mV - 50 V) in the presence of large common mode voltages less than 60 kV from DC to 1 GHz. Common mode voltage capability does not derate over bandwidth.
Offers a 10 meter fiber optic cable option with the same performance specifications as the 3 meter option. Allows you to move your test system away from sources of interference and radiated emissions to minimize coupling, without degrading measurement performance.

 

Models

Model Bandwidth Differential Voltage Common Mode Voltage Common Mode Rejection Ratio Fiber Cable Length List Price
TIVH02

200 MHz

± 2500 V

≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 100 dB

200 MHz: 100 dB

3 meters Configure & Quote
TIVH02L

200 MHz

± 2500 V

≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 100 dB

200 MHz: 100 dB

10 meters Configure & Quote
TIVH05

500 MHz ± 2500 V ≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 100 dB

500 MHz: 80 dB

3 meters Configure & Quote
TIVH05L

500 MHz ± 2500 V ≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 100 dB

500 MHz: 80 dB

10 meters Configure & Quote
TIVM1

1 GHz ± 50 V

≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 120 dB

1 GHz: 80 dB

3 meters Configure & Quote
TIVH08

800 MHz ± 2500 V ≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 100 dB

800 MHz: 75 dB

3 meters Configure & Quote
TIVM1L

1 GHz ± 50 V

≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 120 dB

1 GHz: 80 dB

10 meters Configure & Quote
TIVH08L

800 MHz ± 2500 V ≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 100 dB

800 MHz: 75 dB

10 meters Configure & Quote
ModelTIVH02
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
200 MHz <p>± 2500 V</p>
≤ 60 kV
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p>

<p>100 MHz: 100 dB</p>

<p>200 MHz: 100 dB</p>
3 meters

ModelTIVH02L
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
200 MHz <p>± 2500 V</p>
≤ 60 kV
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p>

<p>100 MHz: 100 dB</p>

<p>200 MHz: 100 dB</p>
10 meters

ModelTIVH05
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
500 MHz± 2500 V≤ 60 kV
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p>

<p>100 MHz: 100 dB</p>

<p>500 MHz: 80 dB</p>
3 meters

ModelTIVH05L
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
500 MHz± 2500 V≤ 60 kV
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p>

<p>100 MHz: 100 dB</p>

<p>500 MHz: 80 dB</p>
10 meters

ModelTIVM1
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
1 GHz± 50 V <p>≤ 60 kV</p>
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p>

<p>100 MHz: 120 dB</p>

<p>1 GHz: 80 dB</p>
3 meters

ModelTIVH08
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
800 MHz± 2500 V≤ 60 kV
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p>

<p>100 MHz: 100 dB</p>

<p>800 MHz: 75 dB</p>
3 meters

ModelTIVM1L
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
1 GHz± 50 V <p>≤ 60 kV</p>
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p>

<p>100 MHz: 120 dB</p>

<p>1 GHz: 80 dB</p>
10 meters

ModelTIVH08L
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
800 MHz± 2500 V≤ 60 kV
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p>

<p>100 MHz: 100 dB</p>

<p>800 MHz: 75 dB</p>
10 meters

Model Bandwidth Differential Voltage Common Mode Voltage Common Mode Rejection Ratio Fiber Cable Length List Price
TIVH02 200 MHz

± 2500 V

≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 100 dB

200 MHz: 100 dB

3 meters Configure & Quote
TIVH02L 200 MHz

± 2500 V

≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 100 dB

200 MHz: 100 dB

10 meters Configure & Quote
TIVH05 500 MHz ± 2500 V ≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 100 dB

500 MHz: 80 dB

3 meters Configure & Quote
TIVH05L 500 MHz ± 2500 V ≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 100 dB

500 MHz: 80 dB

10 meters Configure & Quote
TIVM1 1 GHz ± 50 V

≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 120 dB

1 GHz: 80 dB

3 meters Configure & Quote
TIVH08 800 MHz ± 2500 V ≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 100 dB

800 MHz: 75 dB

3 meters Configure & Quote
TIVM1L 1 GHz ± 50 V

≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 120 dB

1 GHz: 80 dB

10 meters Configure & Quote
TIVH08L 800 MHz ± 2500 V ≤ 60 kV

DC: > 160 dB

100 MHz: 100 dB

800 MHz: 75 dB

10 meters Configure & Quote
ModelTIVH02
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
200 MHz <p>± 2500 V</p> ≤ 60 kV
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p> <p>100 MHz: 100 dB</p> <p>200 MHz: 100 dB</p> 3 meters
ModelTIVH02L
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
200 MHz <p>± 2500 V</p> ≤ 60 kV
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p> <p>100 MHz: 100 dB</p> <p>200 MHz: 100 dB</p> 10 meters
ModelTIVH05
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
500 MHz± 2500 V≤ 60 kV
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p> <p>100 MHz: 100 dB</p> <p>500 MHz: 80 dB</p> 3 meters
ModelTIVH05L
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
500 MHz± 2500 V≤ 60 kV
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p> <p>100 MHz: 100 dB</p> <p>500 MHz: 80 dB</p> 10 meters
ModelTIVM1
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
1 GHz± 50 V <p>≤ 60 kV</p>
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p> <p>100 MHz: 120 dB</p> <p>1 GHz: 80 dB</p> 3 meters
ModelTIVH08
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
800 MHz± 2500 V≤ 60 kV
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p> <p>100 MHz: 100 dB</p> <p>800 MHz: 75 dB</p> 3 meters
ModelTIVM1L
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
1 GHz± 50 V <p>≤ 60 kV</p>
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p> <p>100 MHz: 120 dB</p> <p>1 GHz: 80 dB</p> 10 meters
ModelTIVH08L
BandwidthDifferential VoltageCommon Mode Voltage
800 MHz± 2500 V≤ 60 kV
Common Mode Rejection RatioFiber Cable Length
<p>DC: &gt; 160 dB</p> <p>100 MHz: 100 dB</p> <p>800 MHz: 75 dB</p> 10 meters

Optimize for Performance and Efficiency

The benefits of a power design can only be realized when the switching circuit, the gate drive circuit, and the layout, are all properly designed and optimized. IsoVu can be used to:

  • Characterize the gate drivers, Vgs, Vds, and Is
  • Characterize the time alignment of high and low side events
  • Optimize and tune the switching characteristics

The measurement system can be used with the following Tektronix oscilloscopes. For oscilloscopes not included in this list, contact your local Tektronix representative. 

The measurement system can also be used with the following oscilloscopes with a TCA-VPI50 adapter:

TitleTypeDate
Isolated Measurement Systems
TIVM1, TIVM1L, TIVM05, TIVM05L, TIVM02, TIVM02L Datasheet
The Tektronix TIVM Series IsoVu® Measurement System offers a
galvanically isolated measurement solution for accurately resolving high
bandwidth, differential signals up to ±50 Vpk in the presence of large common
mode voltages…
Literature number: 51W-60778-1
Datasheet 04 Jan 2018
Isolated Measurement Systems
TIVM1, TIVM1L, TIVH08, TIVH08L, TIVH05, TIVH05L, TIVH02, TIVH02L Datasheet
The Tektronix TIVM and TIVH Series IsoVu™ Measurement Systems offer galvanically isolated measurement solutions for accurately resolving high bandwidth, differential signals up to ±2500 V in the presence of large common mode voltages with the best…
Literature number: 51W-61217-1
Datasheet 21 Nov 2017
Probes and Accessories
This document includes information that is necessary to clear or sanitize the product so it can be removed from a secured area, such as when returning the product for repair.
Declassification & Security
Part number: 071238400
Declassification 16 Nov 2017
Measuring Vgs on Wide Bandgap Semiconductors

This application note focuses on accurate high-side VGS measurements on ungrounded FETs using the IsoVu measurement system. 
Literature number: 53W-60779-0
Application Note 20 Oct 2017
IsoVu Technology White Paper

Learn how IsoVuTM Isolated Measurement Systems use a unique form of optical isolatoin to deliver bandwidth up to 1 GHz, extraordinary common mode rejection ratio of 120 dB at 100 MHz, and now differential voltage range up to 1000 V.
Literature number: 51W-60485-1
Whitepaper 19 Oct 2017
TIVH Series
This document provides basic operating information for the TIVH Series Isolated Measurement System.
IsoVu Measurement System
Part number: 071355600
Primary User 02 Oct 2017
Accurately Measuring High Speed GaN Transistors
Application Note 09 Sep 2017
TIVM Series
This document provides basic operating information for the TIVM1 Series Isolated Measurement System.
Part number: 071349501
Primary User 28 Aug 2017
Panasonic Semiconductor Solutions Case Study
Panasonic turns to IsoVu Technology to shorten development time
Panasonic turns to IsoVu Technology to shorten development time for new GaN device.
Literature number: 51W_60856_0
Case Study 08 Aug 2017
Isolation Addresses Common Sources of Differential Measurement Error
Technical Brief
Technical brief that examines sources of measurement error and how the IsoVu measurement system can overcome these limitations.
Literature number: 51W-60956_0
Technical Brief 08 Aug 2017
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