I have "PicoScope® 6 - PC-Oszilloskop-Software version: 220.127.116.11" with Pico DrDAQ and need the absolute time/timestamp for some (random)triggered events which are captured with Picoscope. The events are triggered to reduce data. So I get a file for each recorded event. To analyse the data I need at least one timestamp for each file...the resolution of the timestamp should be ~100µs...eg 'h:min:sec:ms:µs'.johnw wrote:..If you're still not sure some more info on exactly what you need will help.
yes, but I need a better resolution..alan wrote:If you view properties in PicoScope each waveform has a date and time stamp. The timestamp is the actual time eg 14:03:46 so reports to the nearest second.
..so I have to code something by myself..I will give Labview a try..real time tick counter should be availiable...As we get this time from the PC, I am not sure it would be possible to report to the nearest 100uS as the resolution from the real time clock inside some PCs is 1 second.
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