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Re: Crazy behavior with streaming and max and pre Trigger sa

Postby pfeifelpdm » Wed Jun 28, 2017 3:12 pm

Dear Hitesh,

I have to test this with a 64-Bit driver. As you mentioned the application itself will select the "correct" driver.
But currently I didn't see any effect.

Since my focus is not only on data collection it may take a while until I was able to figure out this issue and be sure that the 64-bit driver has been used.
I have to this in a seperate App, since the larger production app uses also 32-bit libraries. That means I think that compile mode "Any CPU" does not use the 64-bit Version automatically.

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Re: Crazy behavior with streaming and max and pre Trigger sa

Postby bennog » Wed Jun 28, 2017 3:22 pm

The trick is not to use the picosocope trigger (so it will never trigger).
Then scan the data coming in from the stream and log or register the interesting moments, eg ch1 value > 3.3v, and keep saving the streaming data from the scope and register the events.

Then you can later analyse the data and count samples between interesting points or do whatever you want with the data.

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Re: Crazy behavior with streaming and max and pre Trigger sa

Postby Hitesh » Mon Jul 03, 2017 3:18 pm

Hi Uwe,

Please let me know the outcome of the test.

It it is worth turning off the trigger as per Benno's suggestion.

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