TA 300 Current Probe

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rsridharan
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TA 300 Current Probe

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Hi,

We had purchased TA300 Current probe alongwith the Pico 4444 oscilloscope. We would like to connect the Current probe with other datalogger and to do the same we need the Pinout details of Picolog. Can you share the same please?

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Re: TA 300 Current Probe

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This probe is designed for use only with the PicoScope 4444 so we are unable to provide this information.
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Re: TA 300 Current Probe

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it is probably cheaper to buy this one.

https://www.picotech.com/accessories/cu ... -probe-4mm

if you want the same specs

https://www.picotech.com/accessories/cu ... -probe-bnc

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Re: TA 300 Current Probe

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Thanks for your feedback.
We are not in position to buy the other current probes. We need your support
We saw in the datasheet that the sensitivity is informed as 100mV/A and it requires 5V DC for operation. So we hope that we could acquist the feedback voltage from the current probe with external logger.

Looking for your support.

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Re: TA 300 Current Probe

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It is not hard to figure out how the 4444 probe detection and powering works.
I did it 2 years back just out of curiosity how the 4444 knows witch type of probe is connected.

Don't know if I can post my findings without my post being removed.

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Re: TA 300 Current Probe

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Hi Bennog, Can You share the details to my email rsridharan@outlook.com

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Re: TA 300 Current Probe

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Please note that if you create your own probes and subsequently cause damage to the scope this will not be covered by any warranty. If you go down this route make sure you fully understand what you are doing and how it works.
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Re: TA 300 Current Probe

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Message send, but all at your own risk of damaging the TA300 probe.

I strongly suggest you buy
https://www.picotech.com/accessories/cu ... -probe-4mm

because it is almost the same cost as the components you need to use the TA300 without the 4444 scope.

Benno

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