RS adds oscilloscope probes, thermal imaging cameras and digital multimeter to Pro range

February 13, 2018 // By Nick Flaherty
RS has added over 100 test and measurement products to its RS Pro range, with a focus on oscilloscope probes and thermal imaging cameras as well as a new digital multimeter.

The RS Pro oscilloscope probes are ergonomically designed, lightweight and suitable for use with all major brands of oscilloscope. The range covers passive probes starting at 15 MHz through to active probes measuring up to 1.2 GHz. The units target general electronics applications including use in R&D and laboratories and in design and repair facilities and departments.

Two thermal imaging cameras deliver user-friendly controls with fast, accurate and reliable measurement, while also being robust enough to withstand daily use in a range of tough environments. The units have been designed for use by a wide range of professionals including building and facilities engineers and maintenance technicians within processing or utilities industries. Both devices offer a 2.8-in display, approximately four hours of battery life and storage capability via a MicroSD card. The RS700 offers an operating temperature range of -20 to +150°C with an infrared resolution of 80 x 80 pixels, in addition to offering Wi-Fi connectivity; whereas the RS730 offers a temperature range of 0 to +350°C with an IR resolution of 120 x 160 pixels.

The HS608 MeterScope is aimed at the utilities, energy or processing industries, as well as in a wide range of maintenance applications. The MeterScope is a True-RMS digital multimeter with oscilloscope functions and 3.5-in colour TFT display. Featuring a 20 MHz bandwidth and 50 MS/s real-time sample rate, the MeterScope has built-in data logging and trend capturing capability, which can be transferred via Bluetooth for deeper analysis.

All three RS Pro product ranges are now shipping from RS in the EMEA and Asia Pacific regions

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