Thank you for the additional information. The current stable version is 5.09.4, we are going through a stage of Beta releases and tests at the moment to produce another stable release that will become a CD release.
I have check out the problem you reported with the ETS check box and can report that this was a bug in 5.09.4 that has been fixed in 5.10.5.
The ETS mode, driver functions are only available to ADC-212/50 and ADC-212/100, both these units are 12 bits.
When the USB to parallel port is connected to the PC, it should be registered by the system and displayed as USB-PPx, where x is the number is the of adapters connected. You would select this from the dropdown menu in Picoscope. When using the function calls the port number that is passed is as follows:
USB-PP1 - 101
USB-PP2 - 102
USB-PP3 - 103
USB-PP4 - 104
There are two methods that Picoscope uses to collect data, "chop and alternative". The meaning of these are as follows:
chop: One data point is taken from channel A and then one Data point is taken form channel B. This switching between channels is continued unitl all data points are collected.
Alternative: All the data points are collected from channel A and then all the data points are collected from channel B.
I look forward to hearing from you via email.