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2105 accessory kit

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2105 accessory kit

Postby manfy » Fri Aug 24, 2007 9:07 am

your website mentions for 2105: '...come complete with a protective case and an accessory kit that includes a ground clip, hooked tip and insulating tip shrouds.'
your sales has confirmed that a 'tip to BNC converter' is included also.

so for measuring any voltages above 20V all i need (and must have) is any standard 10x/100x probe, right? e.g. your 60MHz 1x/10x probe!?
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Postby picojohn » Fri Aug 24, 2007 12:33 pm

Hello Manfy,

The 2104/5 is a handheld product with integated probe only.
If flexibility of probe type is what you need, then you may wish to consider the PicoScope 2202 or 3204.

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Postby picojohn » Fri Aug 24, 2007 12:38 pm

Hi Manfy,

I forgot to explain that the probe tip to BNC converter allows the scope to be connected to BNC outlets (such as signal generators), not free plugs as fitted to the lead of standard scope probes.

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Postby manfy » Fri Aug 24, 2007 2:39 pm

hi john,

thanks for the info. that's a real pity though! coz i just had convinced myself that this is a perfect little ultra-mobile service tool.
but 20V max. measurement range seems insufficient for use in industrial electronics! :cry:

but then again, i guess it shouldn't be too difficult to whip up my own BNC adapter... :wink:
So I'll give the 2105 a try after all!

and in my opinion you should consider offering such an adapter with your handheld scopes!
it still wouldn't compete with any of your other models but it would increase its range of applications considerably. (i'm speaking as a frequent international traveller who likes to travel as light as possible.)

thks&rgds
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