F-61 FCC Probe
The F-61 is a probe from FCC. Probes can use pulse waveforms to test components without removing them from circuits with in-circuit capabilities.
- Frequency: 1 MHz - 1 GHz
- dBΩ: 24
- ZtΩ: 16
- 3dB Bandwidth: 30 MHz - 1 GHz
- Inner Dia. (A) in mm: 32
- Outer Dia. (B) in mm: 71
- Height (C) in mm: 19
- Connector: N
- Max Primary Current (A) DC-400 Hz: 100
- Max Primary Current (A) RF (CW): 20
- Pulse: 50
The Fischer Custom Communications F-61 probe may be used whenever RF current measurements are required. Current measurements are made by placing a current carrying conductor within the “sensing” window of the probe and measuring the probe’s output voltage with an RF detector. Calibration of the probe permits the conversion of the voltages measured to current. Current measurements can be made over the frequency range shown in the transfer impedance curve furnished with each probe. There is virtually no loading of the circuit and the technique permits normal operation of the device under test during measurements.