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Test Accessory, EMC Probe Set, 50 ohm, Beehive EMC Probe Amplifiers, 100 Series

101A - Test Accessory, EMC Probe Set, 50 ohm, Beehive EMC Probe Amplifiers, 100 Series

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100 Series
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EMC Probe Set




Beehive EMC Probe Amplifiers

100 Series

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Product Overview

The 101A from Beehive Electronics is an EMC probe set. This probe set contains one each of the 100A, B, C and D probes. The three loop probes (100A, 100B, 100C) are sensitive to magnetic fields. They have different diameters, so that the user can select the optimal probe for the frequency of interest. The 100D stub probe is sensitive to electric fields and offers the best spatial resolution of all. The probes use a push-on SMB connector rather than a screw-on connector, this helps prevents the attached cable from kinking when the probe is moved.


100A magnetic field probe, 100B magnetic field probe, 100C magnetic field probe, 100D electric field probe.

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