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Postby tobie.de.beer » Mon Feb 27, 2012 5:41 pm

I created this for the picoscope 2104 - maybe someone else would like to use.

It is basically a Gui scope for the 2104 - it will most propably work for most of the 2000 series scopes with different degradations for start the time-base.

I'll try to put a screenshot on tonight and try to submit an amd64 binary

NOTE: see later posts for updated versions!
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Re: Linux S/W 2104

Postby tobie.de.beer » Tue Feb 28, 2012 5:16 pm

Snapshot
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Re: Linux S/W 2104

Postby tobie.de.beer » Tue Feb 28, 2012 5:32 pm

amd64 exe
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Re: Linux S/W 2104

Postby TinWhisker » Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:14 am

That's pretty cool!

Will give it a go later.
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Re: Linux S/W 2104

Postby tobie.de.beer » Wed Feb 29, 2012 6:00 pm

Here is an improved version: added support for stopping and starting the scope via the button on top

There might be huge bugs - I did not eveluate this with a proper signal generator yet

You are welcome to report bugs - I'll see if I can get to it sometime.

The code will propably also work on Mac and Windows given you have QT and their libs.

Note on 2105 - you propably have to up the values of TimeGrid by one as it seems to work of a 100MHz clock instead of the 2104's 50MHz Clock the easiest will be to replace the
ps2000_run_block(PS_hand, Samples, TimeGrid, 1, &temp);
line(?s) with:
ps2000_run_block(PS_hand, Samples, TimeGrid +1 , 1, &temp);
you're on your own! I don't have one to play with!
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Re: Linux S/W 2104

Postby martin.sadler » Sat Mar 24, 2012 6:02 am

Tobie,

this is great work! I'm currently working to enhance it to support 2200-series units, to include sig-gen and multi-channel support. I will post it back here when it's up and running....

Thanks for the inspiration,

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