I was thinking of doing some modification to my new USB scope too and I did it.. Thanks for your advice! Scan and show both work fine:. Try setting the scope to 10 us and leave the trigger point at 50 percent like you have it in the picture. A single channel rate of mss sounds very attractive. Can you confirm or refute this on your system using openhantek?
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XFCEseems that the previous repository is not working anymore. I have a sneaky suspicion that nothing much will change.
When I run the software it freezes the computer. I use it on DC mostly and I would like to be able to have the traces match for comparisons.
How to use the Hantek DSO-2100 USB oscilloscope in Linux
There are pitfalls all over the place. I plan to use both usb connectors at high sampling rates so I can supply ten watts to the board.
Good it went through!
Good idea putting the problem on a video! I suspect this has somehow caused the short, however, at a loss to understand how it could have happened since the relay had a protection diode across it. The triggering is rock solid.
Sometimes I see lihux whole trace on the left side of the trigger point at 1 volt. The third relay is used to bypass a reasonably big capacitor in series with the signal, after the main attenuators.
I am pretty sure that many times, times is short…. Thank you for the information, and hantek is good i have hantek but i use only for hobby my Scope is Hantek be. So I think the code encrypts linxu trigger position and the Hantek display software decrypts it. Hi Guys, sigrok checking in here. That would be nice.
Getting the Hantek DSO working with Linux –
All relays are wired into a 74HC octal buffer and controlled by the Cypress interface, while the analog multiplexer is wired into the CPLD directly. OpenHantek installed on Linux. If I disconnect the usb cable the software loads normally. Still udev or what else should recognize the DSO not working. As for the questions: The CPLD is also used, basically as a port expander, to control other digital parts of the device, such as the analog switches.
Hi, Most of what you guys are talking about is over my head, but I have an that is dead.
Beside that, I agree with Bert on switching to the sigrok ML, wordpress comments are driving this crazy! My above dsoo-2090 that Hantek is discontinuing the product line is apparently not true. Tomorrow I will post more details… NB. Oh good stuff… I remember playing with the bwlimit thingy, the code was there but not mapped to any control… it was quite useful, especially on the trigger channel.
Your observation about the hantekdso guy translating machine code language is interesting. Did not have time to investigate on the issue yet. I suspect this is what you are seeing too. Anyway, I have now done some updates and bugfixes to the software, branched from the Dec 4 version.