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Minor Versionm

by Owen Meng

Introduction

Published by Ryder R. Nance with contributions from Matt P. Lamparter.

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  1. Begin by plugging your USB flash drive into the USB port on the front of the oscilloscope.
    • Begin by plugging your USB flash drive into the USB port on the front of the oscilloscope.

    • Note that your drive should be formatted as FAT32 (not NTFS, HFS+, APFS, etc.) Failure to format your USB drive properly will result in an inability for the oscilloscope to write to the drive.

  2. Once you are satisfied with the waveform displayed on the screen, press the Save/Recall Button on the front of the oscilloscope.
    • Once you are satisfied with the waveform displayed on the screen, press the Save/Recall Button on the front of the oscilloscope.

  3. Click Save Select the appropriate file format. We suggest PNG(24-BIT)
    • Click Save

    • Select the appropriate file format. We suggest PNG(24-BIT)

    • On the next screen, you can select:

    • The save location (Make sure this is set to the USB drive. You can also set the scope to save in a specific folder on the drive if you wish)

    • View the name of the file

    • Change the name of the file (if desired)

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