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gugge_x
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Can't find converter

Post by gugge_x » Mon Aug 27, 2012 2:48 pm

Hi!

I have a PicoScope 3205B which i'm trying to use with PicoLog. But when I'm choosing PicoScope 3000-series in the setup, no devices appears. When a press the Refresh-button the programs searches a second or two, but dosn't find anything. I'm currently not running PicoScope and the oscilloscopes appears in the device manger. I have no problem running PicoScope 6 with my device.

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Gustav Rydahl

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Re: Can't find converter

Post by Martyn » Tue Aug 28, 2012 7:19 am

The 3205B is one of the newer 3000 series scopes, it will not work with our old PicoLog software which is why it isn't found.
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Re: Can't find converter

Post by gugge_x » Tue Aug 28, 2012 7:38 am

Okey, have you any new PicoLog software or do you have any other idéa of how I should do to log data? I want to log a steady DC level for about 24 hours. I'm logging drift of a transducer.

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Re: Can't find converter

Post by Martyn » Tue Aug 28, 2012 10:37 am

You can do some simple logging by using the Alarms feature of the Picoscope6 software. Take a look at http://www.picoscope.tv/general/using-alarms.html You will need to chose the scope settings carefully as a great deal of data can be provided by the scope in 24 hours.
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