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    Passive Voltage Probes
    The TPP1000, TPP0500B, TPP0502 and TPP0250 models are high-bandwidth, general-purpose probes from Tektronix that offer breakthrough specifications previously unrealized in this product class. Designed for use with Tektronix MDO3000, MDO4000 …
    500 MHz Passive Probes
    The P6139B and P5050B probes are high bandwidth, high impedance 10X passive voltage probes with 10 MΩ input resistance. These probes feature a small probe head and sharp tip that makes it easier to probe dense circuitry. The P6139B and P5050B …
    Passive 10X Voltage Probe
    The TPP0200 and TPP0201 probes are 200 MHz, 10X passive voltage probes with 10 MΩ input resistance.
    Passive 10X Voltage Probe
    The TPP0100 and TPP0101 probes are 100 MHz, 10X passive voltage probes with 10 MΩ input resistance.
    Passive Voltage Probes
    Passive Voltage Probe -- 1x/10x
    TPP0051 Passive Probe Datasheet
  • Technical Documents Document Type ReleaseDate
    Tektronix Probe Selection Guide
    Tektronix probes ensure the highest signal fidelity possible from your device-under-test to your oscilloscope. With over 100 probe choices available, all perfectly matched to our industry-leading oscilloscopes, you can find the probe you need for …
    Product Selector Guide
    ABCs of Probes Primer
    Precision Measurements Start at the Probe Tip Probes are vital to oscilloscope measurements. To understand how vital, disconnect the probes from an oscilloscope and try to make a measurement. It can’t be done. There has to be some kind of …
    How to Minimize Probe Loading with Low Capacitance Probes
    Probing a circuit always has some impact on signals. Probe loading changes the signal being probed and can cause measurement problems or can even cause a circuit to perform differently. Reducing capacitive loading can help minimize these effects. In …
    Application Note
    How Oscilloscope Probes Affect Your Measurement
    This application note describes how an oscilloscope probe changes the signal you’re measuring at the test point and what probing specifications to look for to minimize probing effects. One measurement trap often overlooked are the effects of probe …
    Application Note