Thank you for your post.
I shall answer your questions in order:
1: The accuracy is rated at 1% of the active range.
2: Yes, the sample memory is divided by half for each active channel like this: 1 channel = 512k, 2 channels = 256k , 3&4 channels = 128k.
3: The sample rate is calculated by the scope based on the desired number of samples, total sample run time and the available timebases.
4: PicoLog allows you to record continuously at slower sampling rates.
5: USB 2.0 allows for approx. 2.5MB/Sec data transfer. Realtime sampling allows you to sample at approximately 5-10mSec intervals.
6&7: There is no external trigger on the 3424 scope. Triggering is available on any active channel. This is selectable from the software.
8: Software display modes allow you to view the data in different forms. These forms vary from digital colour persistance, analogue intensity and filtering.
Please let me know if you require further clarification.
Michael - Tech Support
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