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The PicoScope 4444’s four inputs allow you to make true differential measurements. The maximum input range at full scale is ±50 V (±1000 V CAT III using the PicoConnect 442 probe), and the maximum common-mode range is also ±50 V (also ±1000 V with the PicoConnect 442 probe). You can set the scope to measure at resolutions of 12 or 14 bits, far better than the 8-bit resolution typical of many oscilloscopes. The deep capture memory (up to 256 million samples shared by the active channels) is another advantage, allowing you to carry out long captures without lowering the sampling rate.
The PicoScope 4444 1000 V CAT III kit is a high-resolution differential oscilloscope with three PicoConnect 442 25:1 passive differential voltage probes rated at 1000 V CAT III and one TA271 single-ended D9-BNC adaptor. The PicoScope 4444 uses specially designed passive voltage probes that have smaller and lighter interface boxes allow it to make multiple differential measurements at the same time while taking power from the Pico D9 intellient probe interface. The Pico D9 interface automatically configures the PicoScope display to the correct probe range.
The 12-bit resolution of the PicoScope 4444 offers greater vertical detail and its deeper capture memory of 256 MS gives it greater horizontal resolution. It is used in non-ground-referenced measurements, safe probing of single phase and 3-phase voltages and currents (current probes not included in this kit), measuring power drawn by mobile and IoT devices, hybrid and electric vehicle design, motor drives and inverters.The TA271 D9-BNC adaptor lets you use traditional differential voltage probes and current probes, and make single-ended measurements with a ground-referenced probe.
|4 fully differential high-impedance inputs|
|20 MHz bandwidth|
|Flexible 12 and 14-bit resolution|
|256 MS deep memory|
|Rejects common-mode noise|
|Interface for intelligent probes and clamps|
|Low-voltage probe for millivolts to 50 V (optional)|
|1000 V CAT III probe for high-voltage applications|