PS 5000 SDK Now available

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PS 5000 SDK Now available

Post by davidj » Thu Jun 21, 2007 4:05 pm

Please go to, select a PS5000 and download the Development Kit.

The SDK allows you to write your own software or interface to popular third party software packages. The drivers support data streaming functionality, where gap-free continuous data can be streamed via the USB 2.0 port directly to the PC’s RAM or hard disk drive at up to 6 MS/s.

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Post by peter_jan » Mon Jun 25, 2007 2:28 am


Thanks for the download, attached are some changes to make it compile with BCC5.6

Once I managed to get it to compile with the attached changes it will not capture any data, and the picoScope will not trigger. I'm using a picoScope 5204 on windows 2000 and I tried also windows XP.

Running picoscope 6.0.9 on the same machine triggers ok and displays the waveform I expect.

Any ideas?
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