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Sorry, I have checked the GUI only on Win 7 and Xp. However if the GUI opens it should work. I suggest you check the Arduino system by confirming that the 'Blinking-LED' sketch works. Then load the file I have provide or the alternative compiled by ThomasK19 and confirm the loading is OK. Close the Arduino IDE as it may still hold on to the com port. Then try the GUI I have provided. Meanwhile, I will try to check on Win 8.1 and Win 10 if possible. Feedback on Win 10 usage from other members is welcome.
I'm running on windows 10 and this is the first sketch I've tried as I'm new to Arduino. I made sure the drivers were up to date and that the arduino is connected to the right port and it still isn't working is there anything else I can try to fix it? Thanks
Pl check through device manager that the driver is installed correctly and what com port the Arduino is connected to. Try to connect to this port. Sometimes I find it connects only on the second attempt. Which version of windows are you on? Do normal sketch uploads work with your setup?
Hi, I'm having a problem with the signal generating software. Every time I go to select a COM port it keeps timing out. I was wondering has anyone else encountered this problem and if so what do I do
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Setting Gain 1 with a 1:10 probe should give you +/- 125 V. And we can see waveforms up to 40-50 kHz. You need to be careful by providing isolation between the PC-scope and circuit-under-test. Here is a snapshot of a test I just now carried out on a Mobile Phone Charger the waveform is -40V to +160V at a sampling rate of 2us/sample (500kHz). The waveform repeats at ~7kHz and the ringing waveform is ~60-70kHz.The setup, waveform & spectrum are shown. (zero line is the blue trace)
Hi.Is it possible to use this oscilloscope to analyze other circuits like switchedpower supply (all the sub blocks)? My concern is regarding the voltage range that it support and if itsupport sampling the frequencies that switched power supply pwms usually operates
Hi.Is it possible to use this oscilloscope to analyze other circuits like switchedpower supply (all the sub blocks). My concern is regarding the voltage range that it support and if itsupport sampling the frequencies that switched power supply pwms usually operates
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Nice work! If you screw on the nut before cutting, clean out the end and then unscrew the nut, the threads come out perfectly as the nut acts as a die forming the threads while it unscrews.
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Good professional piece of work! You got my vote.
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