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Aim I-prober 520
Current probe for PCB track measurements
Aim I-prober 520
     positional current probe
current probe I-prober 520

The I-prober 520 positional current probe is unlike any other current probe or current measurement device available.

Calibrated measurement of current normally requires the current to be passed through a closed magnetic loop. Typically this is done using some form of split clamp device. Whereas this is suitable for individual wires, it is of no use for measuring current in PCB tracks.

The I-prober 520 is a compact hand-held probe which is used with an oscilloscope. By placing the insulated tip of the probe onto a PCB track, the current flowing in the track can be observed and measured.

The Aim I-prober makes instant PCB track current measurements a reality.

Key features of the I-prober 520 current probe

Measurement from insulated probing of conductor
Suitable for observation and measurement of
   current in PCB tracks, component leads and
   ground planes
Wide dynamic range of 10mA to 20A pk to pk
Wide bandwidth of DC to 5MHz
Low noise figure of <6mA rms at full B/W
Safety rated to 300V Cat II (600V Cat 1)
Suitable for connection to any oscilloscope

High accuracy general purpose H-field probe
Converts to ‘closed circuit’ current probe

find out more about the Aim I-prober 
Learn more about the new I-prober 520 current probe  including detailed description, technical specifications and explanatory videos.

View it on YouTube at EEVblog

Aim and Thurlby Thandar Instruments (Aim-TTi)

Aim Instruments is part of the group of companies that includes TTi (Thurlby Thandar Instruments).

The portfolio of products from Aim and TTi is grouped under the overall banner of Aim-TTi.

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