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Probe temperature range
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on Aug 20, 2008
on Aug 20, 2008 by g_man_008
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What is the minimum operating temperature is for the LA probes, please?
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Aug 20, 2008 2:50 PM
The official answer for the Samtec, flying leads, and Mictor (E5346A) probes is that the probes are rated to the same temperature specifications as the modules and frame. Â
Â Â Â Â Â For the 16900: Temperature (except flexible disk media):Â 0 to 50 degrees C (+32 to +122 degrees F)
Agilent does not warranty Samtec, Mictor, or flying lead probes beyond the current tested temperature of 0 to 50 degrees C.Â
However, there is an older 16700 document that indicates the mictor (E5346A) and original flying leads have been tested to 65 deg C.
All Soft Touch probes are tested by Agilent to operate from -10 to 90 degree C. Â Â
Retention modules for Soft Touch probes are good to 260C.
Agilent can not change the specification of the probes without extensive testing.Â Â Use of the probes outside of specified ranges is at the customerâ€™s risk.Â
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