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What are the connectors on the 4339B high resistance meter?

Question asked by drkirkby on Jan 18, 2018
Latest reply on Feb 13, 2018 by drkirkby

I've bought a 4339B, which I have not got yet. There are several different connectors on the front, and I could not determine what they are

 

  1. The interlock connector - perhaps a Lemo of some type ???
  2. The ground, guard and output connectors - could these be MHV ?
  3. The tri-axial input connector. A very odd looking connector.

 

In one of the FAQs,

 

How can a normal type BNC connector be connected to the 4339B's high voltage BNC connector? | Keysight (formerly Agilent… 

 

it says to use high-voltage BNCs. But I don't know what is meant by that. I know of the MHV connector, which is bayonet like BNC, and designed for high voltages. Is the mating plug like this, which is MHV? 

 

If it is MHV, I don't know why the Keysight website does not call it MHV.

 

Dave

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