Data logging with Picoscope 4224

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HaBu
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Data logging with Picoscope 4224

Post by HaBu » Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:54 am

I need data logging for an unattended long duration test with the 4224 over several days, but to my surprise the present PicoScope 6 software seems to not support data logging any more and the version 5 PicoLog sw does not recognize the 4000 series USB scope. :(

Is there any possibility to use PicoLog 5 work with the 4224 respectively or anything hint how this problem could be solved?

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Re: Data logging with Picoscope 4224

Post by ziko » Mon Sep 06, 2010 8:29 am

Hi,

This is true you cannot use Picolog with the 4000, however you can write your own software to record for long periods of time. I will however put your request through to the relevant department.

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Re: Data logging with Picoscope 4224

Post by pc-baerli » Thu Nov 18, 2010 7:38 pm

Hallo Picotech,
I read this problem with the series 4000 and "long time logging" often in this forum.
The answer from you is allwais the same: write your own software .. i am not softie and can not write my own program ....
My Picotech 4424 stand now over one year in the corner ...
I think it's time to make possible the long time logging with the 4000 series ... many people will say thanks to you

Best Regard from switzerland pc-baerli

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Re: Data logging with Picoscope 4224

Post by ziko » Tue Nov 23, 2010 12:18 pm

Hi at the risk of sounding vague again we will be looking for a solution in 2011. We are working our way through our to do list, but to be honest we have had a few customers ask about this particular feature which is making us re-asses its priority. Sorry for the inconvenience but rest assured we will be addressing as soon as we can.

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Re: Data logging with Picoscope 4224

Post by EvanShultz » Wed Nov 24, 2010 10:54 pm

HaBu, I believe you're wanting to use the scope and log data at the same time? This would be very valuable to me as I detailed at http://www.picotech.com/support/topic5407.html.

Ziko, I would very much like this feature so you can pile my request onto the heap!

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