I'm writing a software which manages two devices. A remote board and a picoscope (6402B).
When starting a capture the software sets up the scope and sends a command to the board, which then sets a pin to high level as a trigger.
Sometimes it happens that the scope seems to miss the trigger signal and I'm currently investigating why. One of my thoughts is, that the scope wasn't yet ready to capture.
I'm wondering if the call to ps6000RunBlock blocks until the scope is ready or if i have to wait some time before activating the board?
The documentation says that the scope needs up to 50ms to be ready when using the normal block mode.