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Agilent announces availability of new probes

20th August 2009

Agilent has launched a series of new probes on to the market, it has revealed.

Its new 25-MHz and 100-MHz differential probes – the N2790A and the N2791A – operate at a high voltage and allow conventional earth-grounded Agilent oscilloscopes to be used for floating signal measurements of up to 1,400 V of differential voltage and 1,000 V of common-mode voltage.

A mixture of "high bandwidth and excellent input-impedance characteristics" ensure that they can measure a maximum of 3.5 nsec fast transient edges in modern switching power supplies, the company added.

The differential probes also offer versatility, it furthered, as they can be used for a wide range of applications. Probe tip add-ons are also included in the package.

Agilent this week revealed its third-quarter financial results, which showed that the firm generated revenues of $1.06 billion (647 million pounds) during the period.

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