Differential Impedance TDR Probes for the DSA8300
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Features & Benefits
- 18 GHz Bandwidth
- Direct In-circuit TDR Testing
- Reliable and Repeatable Resolution of Impedance Variations to 0.12 in.
- Adjustable Probe Pitch from 0.5 mm to 4.2 mm
- Probing of Fully Balanced Differential Signals without Ground Contact
- Double-cushioning Design enables Probe Tips to Maintain Proper DUT Contact
- Protects Sampling Module from Static Damage when used with Two 80A02 Modules
- Circuit-board Controlled Impedance Testing (TDR)
- Loss Tangent Measurements for Differential Transmission Lines
- Failure Analysis of PCB with or without Components Mounted
- Package Impedance Testing (TDR)
The P80318 is an 18 GHz 100 Ω input impedance differential TDR hand probe. This probe enables high-fidelity impedance measurements of differential transmission lines. The adjustable probe pitch enables a wide variety of differential line spacing and impedances. The P80318 probe also includes two precision SMA cables with parallel control lines that provide the 80A02 the control for EOS/ESD protection.
The P80318X is designed for high-volume PCB impedance test applications. These applications require maximum manufacturing up-time. The P80318X includes everything in a P80318 plus a second probe body for use if the first probe body needs to be serviced due to normal wear.
The P80318 probe can be used as a stand-alone high-resolution probe, but it is specially designed to be used with two 80A02 EOS/ESD Protection modules. To maximize testing up-time and minimize repair costs, protecting the sampling module from static damage is a requirement. Damage to the sampling module is typically due to electro-overstress (EOS) and electrostatic discharge (ESD) from large static charges stored in the DUT. Use of two 80A02 modules ensures proper probe grounding prior to switching signal to the sampling module.
*1 Also compatible with DSA8200, TDS/CSA8200, TDS/CSA8000B, TDS/CSA8000 sampling oscilloscopes.
Nominal Length with Cable
0.5 to 4.2 mm (signal tip to signal tip)
Measured Reflected TDR Fall Time
50 Ω odd mode, 100 Ω differential
Probe-only Propagation Delay
1.0 ns typical
TDR Control Activation Force
150 to 200 g, each probe half
Note: Numeric values shown are typical.
18 GHz 100 Ω Differential TDR Hand Probe.
Includes: 18 GHz bandwidth, 50 Ω odd mode input impedance (100 Ω differential impedance), differential passive handheld probe with one set of two precision SMA cables, soft storage case, user manual, and three replaceable ground shorting straps.
18 GHz 100 Ω Differential TDR Hand Probe for Manufacturing.
Includes: Two 18 GHz bandwidth, 50 Ω odd mode input impedance (100 Ω differential impedance), differential passive handheld probes with one set of two precision SMA cables, soft storage case, user manual, and three replaceable ground shorting straps. Second probe body is provided as a backup to the first to maximize manufacturing up-time if the first probe body needs to be serviced due to wear.
18 GHz Single-ended 50 Ω TDR Probe. To compliment TDR probing for single-ended applications
ESD/EOS TDR Protection Module
External Probe Power Cable. To reduce module acquisition slot consumption the 80A02 modules can run off this probe power cable
Ground Spring Kit. Set of two ground springs with a spare set screw for P80318 probe