COP Paddle Probe
I have an older Fluke 98 Scopemeter. I want to diagnose COP ignition with it. Will the aeswave cop paddle probe be suitable to use with the Fluke 98? Also, what is the difference between a BNC connector and a Fluke BNC connector? Plastic vs. metal? I see 2 listings for the Fluke BNC connector; one lists just for Fluke and another for Fluke 90_ and 190_ series of Scopemeters. I would think they are the same.
Ready to purchase one if it will work.
Open Jun 10, 2018 - 06:35 AM
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Jun 11, 2018 - 06:03 AM
For a Fluke 98...
From the "Select your Scope or Connector:" list select either option:
- Fluke 90- 190-series ($10)
- BNC Fluke-style ($10)
(They are the same)
Although this type of BNC is very expensive (that is why it costs $10 extra), we recommend it for Fluke scopes which have the plastic BNC mounted to the scope. When other types of BNC are used they can drop the signal when connected to Fluke's plastic BNC mounted on the scope.
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