RE>p6015 HV insulating freo (fwd)

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Date: 30 Jul 1998 15:53:57 -0700
From: Dale Hall <Dale.Hall-at-trw-dot-com>
To: Tesla List <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
Subject: RE>p6015 HV insulating freo

RE>p6015 HV insulating freon
The P6015 high voltage dielectric fluid is Flurorocarbon 114
It came in 3oz metal cans, packaged for Tektronix (by unmarked)
Tektronix Part # 252-0120-00
Date: 7/23/98 9:15 PM
To: Hall, Dale
From: List, Tesla

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Date: Thu, 23 Jul 1998 17:51:30 +0100
From: R M Craven <craven-at-globalnet.co.uk>
To: Tesla List <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
Subject: REQ for info (HV insulating fluid)

I have just acquired a wideband HV 'scope probe, a Tektronix P6015.

The probe will work upto 13kV unfilled, or 40kV when filled with a freon
insulating fluid. These ratings are for the total DC and AC peak, upto

The freon is no longer available due to bans on CFCs etc. so I have some
questions to allow me to find something equivalent, if i eventually need to
do so.

1. Does anyone know the name, number or spec. of the original grade of freon
which was used? I need to know the dielectric strength and also the rel.

2. Can anyone suggest an alternative fluid?

Thanks in advance,

Richard Craven, Malvern, England