I've got a couple of questions about the above scopes. I need to be able to measure an input signal level to 1 part in 1000. I notice that the listed accuracy is 1% and was wondering whether this is a constant systematic error, or whether it drifts over time? Is the 12-bit accuracy available over all ranges for the 212/50 as well as for the 3224?
I also need to be able to communicate with the scope using C (specifically, I'm using MS Visual C++, though just to write console programs. Don't ask...). I downloaded both the Linux example code and the Windows example code. It seems to indicate that the "Linux" code would be compilable on a windows machine (and would be nice and easy to slot into my existing code), though I can't find the cited .obj file listed anywhere. (The windows example code is almost entirely unclear to me, but appears to involve making windows etc, which I don't really need to do - just get the data and write it to a text file.) This was all for the ADC 212 - is it simple to get the USB scope working under C?
Thanks for your advice!