[volt-nuts] Keithley Electrometer probe

Robert Atkinson robert8rpi at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Feb 29 12:57:56 UTC 2012

Hi Peter,
What is your application? 
They don't normally come with a "probe". The input is just a SO-239 "UHF" socket. Divider type oscilloscope probes won't work with a 610 as they are voltage devices intended to connect to a 1Megohm input impedance.
The manual for the 610C is on the Keithley site.
Robert G8RPI.

From: Peter Loron <peterl at standingwave.org>
To: volt-nuts at febo.com 
Sent: Wednesday, 29 February 2012, 8:42
Subject: [volt-nuts] Keithley Electrometer probe

Hello, folks. I'm casually in the market for an electrometer, likely a Keithley 610B (suggestions welcomed).

Most of the ones I see for sale do not come with any probe.

Can one use a regular oscilloscope probe?


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