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Four Powerful New Features in PicoScope 7



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In our recent stable launch, we have added four powerful new features to our PicoScope 7 software. The new features are designed to empower engineers who are debugging, characterizing, and verifying the operational reliability of their complex electronic and automotive designs. This release includes:

Rise and Fall Time Triggering: Rise and fall time triggering allow users to capture and analyze signals based on their transition times, specifically the time it takes for a signal to change from a certain voltage level to another. It can be set to trigger on a rising or a falling edge.
Measurements Logging: PicoScope 7 now facilitates the logging of automatic oscilloscope measurements directly to a CSV file on the host computer. This feature enables engineers to test their designs over extended durations and view the impact of variables such as supply voltage range, clock frequency stability, temperature drift and others over time.
Measurement Limits and Actions: Measurements Actions build on the standard automated measurement system by enabling the result of any measurement to be automatically tested against an upper or lower measurement limit defined by the user. An Action, also defined by the user, can be programmed to execute on violation of the test.
PSI5 Decoder: PSI5 is a widely-used protocol in automotive sensor applications, and its addition to the toolset expands the capabilities of engineers working on automotive electronic systems. This enhancement allows for seamless decoding and analysis of PSI5 data, allowing users to optimize sensor performance and reliability.

You can download PicoScope 7 for free from our website.