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Tektronix TIVM02

Tektronix TIVM02

Differential Probe; 200 MHz, 1X/5X/10X/20X/50X, +/-50V, TekVPI, 3 Meter Cable

The Tektronix TIVM02 is one of our Factory New Differential Probes; 200 MHz, 1X/5X/10X/20X/50X, +/-50V, TekVPI, with a 3 Meter Cable.

Price: $12,000.00



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Tektronix TIVM02 Features:

  • Bandwidth/Rise time (Typical): 200 MHz / ≤ 1.8 ns
  • Fiber cable length: 3 m (9.8 ft)
  • 2,000 V Common Mode Voltage
  • Up to ±50 V Differential (DC + pk AC)
  • Output Clamping
  • Safety Certified
  • Standard Warranty: 1 year


  • Half/Full Bridge designs using GaN, SiC, IGBTs
  • Floating Measurements
  • Power Converter Design
  • Power Device Evaluation
  • Switching Power Supply Design
  • Inverter Design
  • Motor Drive Design
  • Electronic Ballast Design
  • EMI
  • ESD
  • Current shunt measurements
  • Remote probing capability

IsoVu is an ideal solution for users making the following measurements:

  • Differential measurements in the following conditions: Complete galvanic isolation is required, High common mode voltage,  High frequency common mode interference, High frequency measurements.
  • Measurements in high EMI environments
  • EMI compliance testing
  • ESD testing

The Tektronix TIVM Series IsoVu™ Measurement System offers a galvanically isolated measurement solution for accurately resolving high bandwidth, differential signals up to ±50 Vpk in the presence of large common mode voltages with the best in class common mode rejection performance across its bandwidth.

The TIVM Series (IsoVu) products can be used on most Tektronix oscilloscopes with the TekVPI interface and on MSO/DPO70K series oscilloscopes with the TCA-VPI50 adapter. IsoVu utilizes an electro-optic sensor that converts the electrical signal from the sensor tip cables to an optical signal, which electrically isolates the device-under-test from the oscilloscope. IsoVu incorporates four separate lasers, an optical sensor, five optical fibers, and sophisticated feedback and control techniques. The sensor head, which connects to the test point, has complete electrical isolation and is powered over one of the optical fibers (No batteries required).