D9 current probes

The Pico D9 connected range of accessories connect exclusively with the PicoScope 4444 differential oscilloscope. The scope interface also provides power to the accessory.

Both TA300 and TA301 current probes use Hall effect technology to sense AC and DC currents. The TA300 is a 40 A probe suitable for measuring signals from DC to 100 kHz. It is a precision probe for smaller currents and can resolve to a few milliamps. The TA301 is a switched-range 200/2000 A probe suitable for measuring signals from DC to 20 kHz bandwidth.

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40 A AC/DC current probe, D9 connector

Pico Technology
TA300

40 A AC/DC current probe with D9 connector
For use with PicoScope 4444 Series Differential USB Oscilloscopes

The TA300 is a 100 kHz bandwidth, single-range 40 A AC or DC current probe using the D9 connector specific to the PicoScope 4444 differential oscilloscope. On connection with the scope, the probe is instantly sensed and the vertical range automatically set up in PicoScope software. The probe is also powered by the scope through the D9 connector.

Note: When using the PicoScope 4444 with USB power (no AC adaptor connected), sensor power is limited to a maximum of 3 x TA300 probes at once.

200/2000 A AC/DC current probe, D9 connector

Pico Technology
TA301

200/2000 A AC/DC current probe with D9 connector
For use with PicoScope 4444 Series Differential USB Oscilloscopes

The TA301 is a high-bandwidth, high-current probe fitted with a D9 connector specifically designed to work with the PicoScope 4444 differential oscilloscope. The probe is automatically sensed by the PicoScope 4444 oscilloscope and features two current ranges: 200 A and 2000 A, AC or DC. The range is selected in the PicoScope 6 software, which also sets the probe range and vertical axis scaling.