I am talking to Fluke directly. Please enter up to 7 characters for the postcode. The portability, isolated channels, high bandwidth and good battery life was what made me buy the If you want to see if an IR diode is working, use a camera. Students Click Here Join Us! All of 6 parts. Find out more about your rights as a buyer – opens in a new window or tab and exceptions – opens in a new window or tab.

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This seller is currently away until 02 Jan, We have a fluke 2-channel, but it has no USB Provides a simple serial console, too. Transcendent functions, integration – everything you can possibly ask for.

To store the raw data, see “how fulke I record” here: I haven’t found that on the OX and certainly not on any of the Fluke scopes I have used over the time. You can use the program to send a command to the scopemeter and then see if anything happens.

Use a TV remote scpoemeter pointed at the receiver, and your ScopeMeter to scope the LM output signal while the circuit is plugged into the PC serial port and scopegrab32 is running and powers the circuit. Nice Story, tell your boss your deserve a raise.


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But not able to transfer that data from internal memory to computer. This lead can also be used in place of the Fluke PM serial lead. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address rluke not be published. It’s easy to join and it’s free. Back to home page Return to top.

D1, D2, D4 set up the rails.

Fluke 123 opto-isolated cable

But not much more. But the plastic BNC connectors are delicate like they have been for decades.

Mouse over to zoom – Click to enlarge. But so far, I haven’t seen one. And scopegrab is only for linux.

Data on USB seem to be lost thread Forum. And it still doesn’t hace a clue that the cable was pulled. How do I record?

A serial plug without plate, sides shortened, just about grabs onto the recesses in the optical port and very nicely hangs on to the scope. Seems Tek is just lusting after all those damn mega-scopes. Data on USB seem to be lost We have an old 10 years or so 43B meter and it does that save the screen as a bitmap to record, which is next to useless. Add to basket. The Rigol is surprisingly good for the money.


Could you replace it with a larger one? Scopegrab is open source and the serial command API is meticulously csopemeter by Fluke, as they do! Trendplot screen-saves are saved under the section labeled “Q: ScopeRecord is the raw data. I honestly don’t see evidence that you have ever read the link that I posted.

We have designed two instruments where communication is absolutely transparent and connection is instantaneous. This is the story as flue to Fluke this morning: Had I not changed jobs I’d likely have bought a mains-powered Agilent scope with some decent isolation probes, giving better overall capbility and increased protection for the scope: One thing that I have been looking for in other scopes and did not expect to find in this low-cost scope is to be able to trig on edges and where I can define an upper level say 10 V and a lower level 1 V and then set the trigger condition so I trig on all transitions isb than a certain value I needed nanoseconds.