AEMC® introduces its NEW High Frequency Oscilloscope Compatible MiniFlex® Probes Models: MF 300-6-2-10 HF and MF 300-10-2-10 HF

July 2, 2010 -- The High Frequency MiniFlex® Probe is a compact flexible AC current measurement device composed of a flexible sensor and an electronic module. It is designed to measure AC Current from 5Hz to 1MHz. The flexible sensor permits measurements on conductors where standard clamp-on probes could not be used. In particular, it can be installed in confined spaces, places where access is difficult, or even wrapped around irregular shapes. The flexible sensor is available in lengths of 6 inches and 10 inches.

The High Frequency MiniFlex® Probe is lightweight. It does not use a magnetic core like standard transformers. The transformation principle is based on an air core. It presents virtually no load to the system under test, has a low phase shift and excellent frequency response from 5Hz to 1MHz at -3db, and cannot be damaged by overloads. The probe assembly is insulated for 1000V CAT III; 600V CAT IV.

The High Frequency MiniFlex® Probe meets EN 61010 and is CE marked. The High Frequency MiniFlex® Probe has a mV output proportional to the current measured for direct readings on oscilloscopes, DMMs, data loggers and power or harmonic meters. TRMS measurements are taken when connected to a

TRMS meter. The High Frequency MiniFlex® Probe is insensitive to DC currents and only the AC component of the measured signal is measured.

Full Product Information – MF 300-6-2-10 HF

Full Product Information – MF 300-10-2-10 HF


• Power measurements

• Measurements on thyristors and SCRs

• Switching measurements (disconnecting switch, etc.)

• Measurements on switchgear

• Control signals


Kathleen Annis, Marketing Communications Manager

AEMC® Instruments

200 Foxborough Blvd.

Foxborough, MA 02035

Phone: 508-698-2115

Fax: 508-698-2118

[email protected]

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