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pico scope set up

Postby brianacorn » Thu Oct 23, 2014 2:06 pm

hi
new to using pico scope but have been given a pico 2202 scope and have allso bought a job lot of other addons leads amps clamps all i would need to start using the scope and more
i know i will need to upgrade to a more up to date 4 chanel scope but i think that this 2 chanel which is double my hand held is ok to start and learn my way arround
my problem at the moment is which softwear i should down load i know it will not run automotive and yet this is the only softwear that has the presets in there for the different amps clamps
low amp 20 and 60 amp range etc as i have one of these and a 400 amp and a 2000 amp clamp but do not know how to add them to the scope libary
so is there a softwear version i can use that has these or are there any instructions i can down load to show me how to add them

hope this makes sense and you can provide me with an answer

many thanks brian
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Re: pico scope set up

Postby Martyn » Fri Oct 24, 2014 6:03 am

You can create your own probes using the Custom Probe dialog. However I have attached some Amps Clamp probe files that you can import using the same dialog
Attachments
2000A Current Clamp [2000A mode].psprobe
(1.23 KiB) Downloaded 79 times
2000A Current Clamp [200A mode].psprobe
(1.23 KiB) Downloaded 71 times
600A Current Clamp.psprobe
(1.27 KiB) Downloaded 70 times
60A Current Clamp [60A Mode].psprobe
(1.33 KiB) Downloaded 83 times
60A Current Clamp [20A Mode].psprobe
(1.33 KiB) Downloaded 97 times
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Re: pico scope set up

Postby brianacorn » Fri Oct 24, 2014 8:10 am

thank you very much i downloaded these and added them to pico six they are there when i open it just need a car to try it on thank you again brian
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