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TPS2000 series troubleshooting tips

Posted: 12 Jul 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:digital design? troubleshooting tips? three-phase systems?

Industrial power designers need to measure 3-phase voltages and currents both on the input and output sides of their devices to verify proper performance of their systems. This has never been easy or inexpensive to do with an oscilloscope with only two channels or with high-voltage differential probes.

The TPS2000 Series simplifies and speeds this measurement task by providing them with four IsolatedChannel inputs and an isolated external trigger input to allow you to simultaneously measure all three phases and look at a control signal.

Today's engineers and technicians face increasingly complex and critical troubleshooting tasks. New digital designs often confront designers with new problems to find: race conditions, transients and signal aberrations. And, of course, competitive time-to-market pressures dictate that troubleshooting must be completed quickly and accurately. These tips are designed to simplify and speed these troubleshooting tasks.

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