RTI mA Test Point Cable

The RTI mA Test Point Cable is made for special mA accuracy tests for AMX-4, Optima, Jedi, Fluoroscan, and a number of other generators.

In some X-ray machines, access to normal mA sockets for invasive mA measurement is not readily available. After testing, it was determined that a Piranha, with a specialized cable, could perform the same measurement as an oscilloscope.

Using the RTI mA Test Point Cable saves a lot of time since there is no need to use an oscilloscope for setting up, configuring, triggering properly, calculating proper values, etc. All that is needed is to connect the leads to test points and use with a Piranha and Ocean software.

The cable can be used with pincers, BNC Extension Cable, and Laboratory Connectors.

Art. No: 9730097-00

Specifications are valid after a warm-up time of one minute and presuming reference conditions

Conditions

  • Temperature
    20 ºc
  • Relative humidity
    50 %

Specifications

  • Supports
    AMX 4, Optima, Jedi, & Fluoroscan
  • Input V range
    0 - 30 V
  • Uncertainty with Piranha and Cobia
    1 % or 0.1 mA
  • Operating temperature and relative humidity
    15 °c - 30 °c at <80 % relative humidity
  • Storage temperature
    -10 °c - +50 °c
  • Weight
    125 g
  • Cable Lenght
    4 m
  • Connectors
    BNC male to Hirose

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