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Published on Jan 14, 2010
Passive probes are the standard probe provided with most oscilloscopes. Typical passive probes provide a 10:1 attenuation and feature a high input resistance of 10 MΩ. This high input resistance means that passive probes are the ideal tool for low frequency signals since circuit loading at these frequencies is minimized. Passive probes are designed to handle voltages of at least 400V, some as high as 600V. LeCroy passive probes feature an attenuation sense pin which tells the oscilloscope to scale the waveforms automatically requiring no user input.
The LeCroy WaveAce combines long memory, a color display, extensive measurement capabilities, advanced triggering and excellent connectivity to improve troubleshooting and shorten debug time. With bandwidths from 60 MHz to 300 MHz, sample rates up to 2 GS/s and waveform memory up to 9 kpts/Ch (18 kpts interleaved) the WaveAce exceeds all expectations of a small affordable oscilloscope.
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