Infinite repetitive trigger?

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ChrisR
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Infinite repetitive trigger?

Post by ChrisR » Thu Feb 14, 2013 9:04 am

Hello together,

I'm using the digital inputs of my PicoScope 3206 MSO to measure some TTL signals. One of this signals is a 1ms synchronisation signal. I would like to trigger this signal infinitely, but my PicoScope always stops by default after 32 waveforms (or max 155). Is there an option to switch off the waveform recording for the repetitive trigger? Is it possible to trigger a signal infinite?

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Chris

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Re: Infinite repetitive trigger?

Post by Martyn » Thu Feb 14, 2013 10:39 am

When it gets top 32 of 32 it will continue to trigger dropping the oldest capture and replacing it with the newest. If you need to keep the older waveforms then you will have to use the alarms feature to save the buffers and restart the capture.
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Re: Infinite repetitive trigger?

Post by ChrisR » Thu Feb 14, 2013 5:41 pm

Ah, I haven't realized that it continues after the 32th waveform. Now, it's clear, - Thanks Martyn!

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