Tektronix P7700 Probes Win 2016 Impact Award

BEAVERTON, OR – Tektronix’s P7700 Series TriMode probes have been named a winner in the 2016 ECN Impact Awards in the category of Test & Measurement. Electronic Component News (ECN) is a global trade publication providing product information, news, and editorial to the electronic design community for more than 50 years. This year's winners represent organizations across 17 categories that have shown excellence in engineering through electronic design and groundbreaking innovation.

The P7700 Series TriMode probes provide the highest probe fidelity available for real-time oscilloscopes. In addition, with connectivity innovations such as solder down tips with the probe's input buffer mounted only a few millimeters from the end of the tip, the P7700 series probes provide unmatched usability for connecting to challenging electronic designs.

For quick measurements, the P7700 series browser accessory provides a simple to use option. With precision-engineered tips that are easy to see and position accurately, the P77BRWSR accessory is ideal for probing fine pitch components and differential traces with spacing as narrow as 0.2 mm (.008 in). Spacing is easily adjustable using a convenient thumb wheel and an LED headlight on the tip enhances visibility of the probe point.


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