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Problem with saving CVS data to file

Postby PAK » Mon Nov 02, 2009 4:19 pm

Hi,
I recently purchased a 4000

I'm trying get a trace of voltage measurements on CH_A and CH_B as well as plotting and A-B reading. The problem is that when i try to save the output of a trace to file all the readings saved are the same for each channel - which is definately not what the plot shows.

Also, if i try to "save All waveforms" as CVS files then i end up with multiple files with all with different readings.

It really doesn't make any sense. Can you please tell me what's is going on?
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Re: Problem with saving CVS data to file

Postby PAK » Mon Nov 02, 2009 6:03 pm

Having spent a bit more time looking at this I think the only problem is that you have a bug with “Save current waveform” where only CH_B readings are dumped to the CSV file as both CH_A and CH_B readings.
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Re: Problem with saving CVS data to file

Postby gruntman » Tue Nov 03, 2009 8:29 pm

PAK,

What software version are you using? Try out R6.3.4 which you can download from http://labs.picotech.com/ and see if this fixes your save as CSV issues...

Regards,

Richard Boyd
Crag Technologies, Inc
http://www.pc-oscilloscopes.com
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Re: Problem with saving CVS data to file

Postby ziko » Thu Nov 05, 2009 10:35 am

Hi this is a known problem and has been fixed in the beta software 6.3.4 as Richard mentioned, this is however a beta software but should stand you in good stead until we have a full release.

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