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Attenuator for Waveform Observation Model 00-00017A

Coaxial 50 ohm 40dB (=1/100) attenuator. 4000V output of the INS is attenuated to 40V.  Unlike the high voltage probe, the both input and output of the attenuator is of coaxial type, which eliminates probe test leads and thus allows a scope to measure the ideal waveform without overshoot on the rise time part of the pulse.

FEATURES
  • Attenuates high voltage pulse of up to 4000V to 100:1.
  • Wide band attenuation of DC to 500 MHz.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Input voltage: 4000V max.
  • Input pulse width: 50ns - 1μs
  • Attenuation ratio: 1:100 (40dB)
  • Input impedance: 50 ohm
  • Output impedance: 50 ohm
  • Frequency characteristics: DC to 500MHz (-4dB)
  • Weight: Approx. 550 g

     

    Parameters Specification
    Attenuation DC〜2GHz: 40dB(1/100)
    DC〜0.1GHz: ±1dB
    0.1GHz〜1GHz: ±3dB
    1GHz〜2GHz: ±4dB
     ※at DC: 1/100±1%
    Burst input

    Pulse Voltage
    wave condition

    5000V MAX
    (2500V MAX at 50Ω termination)

    Defined in IEC61000-4-4

    Pulse frequency ≦ 5kHz
    Burst duration ≦ 15ms
    Burst period ≦ 300ms
    Rated input power 1.5W

    Square wave input

    Pulse Voltage
    wave condition:
     

    4000V MAX (at 50Ω termination)
    Impulse noise (Square wave)
    Width:10ns〜1000ns
    Repetition:
    60Hz max at 4000V
    100Hz max at 2000V
    Rated input power 20W
    Input impedance 50Ω
    Output impedance 50 Ω
    A high input impedance port of a scope (1 MΩ) shall be terminated by a 50 Ω terminator
    Operational
    Environment
    Temperature: 15〜30℃
    Humidity : 25〜75%RH(No condensation)
    Weight Approx.1350 g
    Dimensions W154.5mm×D105mm×H37mm
    Accessory Coaxial cable 0.5m (NMHV(P)-HN(P)) x1
    Coaxial cable 1m (N(P)-BNC(P)) x1
     

 

 

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