PicoScope release 6.12 builds on the user interface improvements made in release 6.11 and adds a couple of new features.
The nudge buttons are ideal if you just want to move up/down to the next range. If however you want to jump to a specific timebase or voltage range then settings "Grids" enable faster and easy range selection compared to the previous drop down lists.
A typical example would be changing from say 10 ns/div when viewing a fast noise spike to say 20 ms/div to see if the signal has any 50 or 60 Hz noise. On a traditional benchtop oscilloscope scope this involves turning the knob over 20 clicks (and invariably overshooting and having to go back). With PicoScope it is 2 clicks of the mouse or taps of a touchscreen.
Addition of edge count measurements. A frequent customer request has been for the software to automatically count the number of edges in a waveform.
With the new edge count measurement you can choose between rising, falling or both rising and falling edges. Measurements can be made on all data or just between the rulers.