High voltage single-ended probe
Single-ended high-voltage probes are commonly used to measure signals below ground referenced to 2kV. The fixed attenuation ratio prevents the oscilloscope from being destroyed by switching switches when measuring high voltages. The attenuation of the X100 extends the scope of the oscilloscope.
High voltage differential probe
A high voltage differential probe is used to measure the voltage difference between two test points that are not ground. ETA ETA's high voltage differential probes can be used for signals up to 5600V. These probes are the best choice for non-ground reference, floating or isolated measurements due to their common mode rejection.
Current measuring probe
The current probe detects the current flowing through the conductor and converts it into a voltage that can be displayed on the oscilloscope. ETA ETA provides users with different measurement ranges, jaw size, AC/DC measurement, BNC plugs to match mainstream oscilloscope manufacturers, and current probes are widely used in education, research and development, electronics and electrical maintenance.