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High current probe assures repeatable testing up to 100A

29 Dec 2014

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Everett Charles Technologies (ECT) has announced the HC375 as the latest addition to its family of high current probes. The device is rated at 100A DC and is intended for the most challenging industrial test applications such as transportation, automotive, power grid, military and PCB test, stated the company.

The HC375 enhances the ECT high current spring probe line. The extensive ECT high current probe offering now comprises six different continuous current ratings, starting at 10A and peaking at 100A. All ECT high current probes are optimised to meet the dedicated needs of high current applications.

Tip styles have been developed to reduce arcing. Body geometries and materials have been defined to reduce resistance. ECT high current probes ensure reliable and repeatable testing up to 100A and support extended test times.




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