I was reading a discussion on this below thread regarding shunt Vs. hall effect and had a few questions in mind. I do not have enough reputations to add comment on that thread hence starting this new thread.
Also being noob, my question may seem dumb to the senior fellows in the community. Here to learn.
1) Am I correct to understand the current probes such as Tektronix TCP312A are also "Hall effect sensor" type devices? IF true, next question is applicable.
2) According to the Pros listed by @Vladimir Cravero, it seems Hall effect sensor measures more precisely. However in this old post Agilent claimed they are inaccurate.
Those two statements seems contradictory.
3) It was mentioned in the thread that HS won't work beyond 100Khz. But Tektronix TCP probe series has range of DC -100 Mhz. (Again only valid if answer to Q1 is yes)
Lastly, I cannot add appropriate tags such as "current-probe", TCP300, TCP312, to this thread as I do not have enough reputation. Can admin pls apply it? Appreciate the help.