Today I get my pico
. It's all OK, but sometimes when I switch the samples/s in the pico software, the LED goes off and I have to restart the software.
OK, so the D-version isnt just an "USB-Port upgrade" model
, thanks for the link.
At first, I think I will have a look at the instrument driver. When the driver does the things I will need, theres no reason for me to program own scripts. We will see
Im constructing a balancing machine for rotors, especially for crank drives.At my first runs I get the data with the analog input of my soundcard and with a low-budget oscilloscope from hantek. Cause I want to see all the relevant data at the first sight I have to write a program and get a oscilloscope that is compatible for this application. Yeah, I could get this simple data on an other way, without an oscilloscope. But this was the cheapest way to get the data on my notebook
The frequence area of the data to collect is between 1-20Hz (yeah, without the "k"
), sometimes a little bit more. Yeah, and that with this oscilloscope
Youre so fast with the website updates
OK, now I will get a look into the SDK