I received the PS3224 and tried to fire it up with little succes. I tried several times to remove the drivers/program and re-instal. Strange thing is the item was called pico series 2000 though it is supposed to be a 3224 and I chosed the 3000 series drivers when installing the program. The Picoscope program told me that it could not find the scope.
During this time I could find the scope in windows and there i was ok and working,,, or so I was told.
After a while I removed the drivers and tried once again, this time chosing series 2000 during the installation process. VoilÃ¡ the Picoscope program found the Scope. But it runs like a 2000 series with reduced bitrate it seems and probably bandwith as well. Also I could display square waves, only sines. The program also hang up after some time and that happened several times even after restareting the program.
So, did I receive a 2000 series 8bit item instead of 3000 series 12bit?
The vertical Voltage range has its lowest settting at 50mV.
Needless to say I'm frustrated and dissapointed and thinking on a good old bench scope instead.