The Fischer Custom Communications F-16-1 Monitor Current Probe is used to measure conducted emissions from 10 kHz to 50 MHz. It has a usable frequency range of 10 Hz to 70 MHz. The basic F-16 probe has a transfer impedance of 4Ω (± 2 dB) from 30 kHz to 50 MHz. The F-16-1 with the power absorbing terminator has a constant transfer impedance of 0.5Ω (± 2 dB) from 4 kHz to 50 MHz. All configurations of the F-16 probe can handle 400 amperes of primary powerline currents from DC to 60 Hz without saturating or impacting the transfer impedance of the probe except the F-16M.