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N2830A 4 GHz InfiniiMax III+ Series Probe Amplifier

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Typical Configuration  

Typical Configuration

N2830A InfiniiMax III+ 4 GHz probe amplifier

  • R-51B-001-Z Return to Keysight Warranty - 3 years

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Key Features & Specifications

Bandwidth

  • 4 GHz (-3 dB)
  • Tr = 108.5 psec (10-90%)

Input range

  • DC attenuation ratio: 10:1 or 5:1
  • Input voltage range: 2.5 Vpp or ± 1.25 V at 5:1 attenuation, 5 Vpp or ± 2.5 V at 10:1 attenuation
  • Input common mode range: ± 7 VDC to 100 Hz, ± 1.25 V at >100 Hz at 5:1 attenuation, ± 2.5 V > 100 Hz at 10:1 attenuation
  • Offset range: ± 16 V when probing a single-ended signal

Input impedance

  • DC input resistance : R diff = 100 kΩ ± 2%, R se = 50 kΩ ± 2%
  • Input resistance at > 10 kHz: R diff = 1 kΩ, R se = 500 Ω
  • Input capacitance : C diff = 32 fF, C se = 44 fF (with ZIF probe head)

Connectivity

  • N2848A InfiniiMax III QuickTip probe head and N5445A InfiniiMax III browser
  • N5439A InfiniiMax III ZIF probe head
  • N5444A InfiniiMax III 2.92 mm/3.5 mm/SMA probe head
  • N5441A InfiniiMax III solder-in probe head

Description

The N2830A Series InfiniiMax III+ probing system is the next generation of InfiniiMax probing, greatly expanding the measurement capability and usability of a probe capable of measuring all components of a differential signal. The built-in InfiniiMode technology allows customers to switch differential, single-ended, and common mode without adjusting probe tip connections.

The N2830A Series probe’s InfiniiMode provides the following modes of operation:

  • A – B (differential)
  • A – ground (signal singled A)
  • B – ground (signal singled B)
  • (A + B)/2 – ground (common mode)

The InfiniiMax III+ works with the full array of InfiniiMax III probe heads and supports the full bandwidth of the InfiniiMax III+.