USB PC Data Logger, from RS 485 Networks, using 2203 model

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USB PC Data Logger, from RS 485 Networks, using 2203 model

Post by pappuneelam » Tue Jan 12, 2010 7:34 am

Can I use my PicoScope 2203, to capture Data Packets from RS 485 network, through the Probes provided with my PicoScope 2203 ? If YES, how to capture ?

Please help me !!!!

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Re: USB PC Data Logger, from RS 485 Networks, using 2203 model

Post by gruntman » Wed Jan 13, 2010 6:08 pm

Pappneelam,

To view an RS-485 signal you need to connect Channel A to RS485+ and ground and connect Channel B to RS485- and ground and view them in PicoScope 6...

It depends on what information you are after as far as to if the PS-2203 is the right choice as far as scopes go...

Regards,

Richard Boyd
Crag Technologies, Inc
http://www.pc-oscilloscopes.com

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Re: USB PC Data Logger, from RS 485 Networks, using 2203 model

Post by pappuneelam » Thu Jan 14, 2010 7:25 am

Thankz for responding Sir !!!!

Can I capture the Data Packets in 0 / 1 format, i use 115200 baudrate for transferring. So, the bit speed is 8.68 microSecond. What is the best set for my picscope-2203. I am novice in this Digital Oscilloscope.

I need ur kind assistance.

Pappuneelam
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