Press release: PE 1078-EFor immediate release
Pomona Electronics introduces Oscilloscope Probes featuring easily replaceable tips for testing of high-density chip leads
Pomona Electronics has introduced a complete line of modular, fine-tip Oscilloscope Probes designed specifically for electronics testing of high-density chip leads. Featuring a spring-loaded replaceable pogo-in tip, the new probes provide the versatility of a wide range of replacement tips with availability from many sources.
Available in 10 model configurations with bandwidths ranging from 30 to 350 MHz, the passive voltage probes can be used for testing with a wide range of oscilloscopes. The fine-tip design overcomes access problems associated with probing high-density circuits. Using a 1.5 mm diameter tip, these probes can reach test points that are inaccessible with larger tips. Modular design allows repair or replacement of either cable or probe head for optimum convenience. Each probe comes standard with full set of accessories, including insulated adjusting tool, sprung hook, BNC adapter, 23 cm ground lead, 25 mm ground adapter, IC tip adapter, tip cover, rigid tip and spring-loaded tip.
The new probes offer users a convenient means of easy tip replacement not previously available while providing choice of either spring-loaded or rigid style tip. The probes also offer the first available pogo-pin tips with passive voltage probes, making testing in high-density circuits extremely easy.
Pomona Electronics has the broadest line of test accessories in the world for applications ranging from test labs to field service and plant maintenance, repair and operation and are available through the company’s global distribution network. The Pomona line includes banana plugs, coaxial cables, oscilloscope and DMM probe kits and accessories, IC test clips, boxes, connectors and test leads. For more than 50 years, the company’s innovative design and high quality manufacturing have provided engineers and technicians with tools that keep pace with constantly changing technologies, and meet both UL and IEC1010 safety standards.