The Handyprobe HP3 combines a fast sampling up to 100 MS/s with a high voltage input range of 800 V and a differential input in a small and light enclosure. Powered only by USB, this versatile high voltage USB scope enables safely measuring high voltages anywhere in the field.
Do you want to use the Handyprobe HP3 (remotely) via a network connection? Transform the Handyprobe HP3 to a network oscilloscope using an Instrument Sharing Server with TPISS installed.
The Handyprobe HP3 is equipped with a high voltage differential input with a maximum input range of 800 V DC (566 V RMS). Because of the differential input, it is not possible to create a short circuit to ground through the usb oscilloscope. The high voltage input range makes it possible to use the Handyprobe HP3 without additional attenuators.
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The advanced driver technology makes it possible to measure a continuous stream of data from the Handyprobe HP3 high voltage oscilloscope to the computer, at a maximum rate of 10 MSamples/s. The maximum measuring time is only limited by the available space on the hard drive. The high sampling rate makes it possible to capture short events with high accuracy. It is also possible to monitor e.g. the line power with the Handyprobe HP3 high voltage oscilloscope for a very long time and afterwards view and analyze each cycle of the signal thoroughly.
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Low noise measuring lead
The input of the Handyprobe HP3 high voltage oscilloscope is differential, which means that both sides of the input have a high impedance. There is no connection to ground as in conventional oscilloscopes which are used with coax cables and standard oscilloscope probes.
The special low noise Measure lead TP-C812A is developed for the Handyprobe HP3 high voltage oscilloscope. It is very insensitive to external interfering signals. The two ends can be placed up to two meters apart, while picking up very little interference. With a conventional oscilloscope with standard oscilloscope probes this is not possible. The maximum distance between the positive side and ground of a standard oscilloscope probe is usually limited to approximately 20 cm. The Measure lead TP-C812A for the Handyprobe HP3 high voltage oscilloscope does not have this limitation. Measuring between two distant points is now no problem anymore. The Measure lead TP-C812A uses a heat resistant silicone isolation and shrouded banana plugs.