Pico Scope Split Screen Double View To Compare Know Good Wave Form

Joel Diagnostician California Posted   Latest   Edited  

good afternoon every one . I have been fighting how to do on pico scope double screen view .

to open from known saved reference waveform right in the same screen with live captured data.

or do multiple viewing of reference data and captured data within one instance of PicoScope, as show on the photo I found online . that is what I want to do .

diag​.​net/file/f78rr2x1e…

in may case I am able to create a reference wave form of my original capture but I am only able to open in the 2 screen the same wave form not 2 separate wave forms as the know good an mine that will be in question . any tutorial will be appreciated 

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Hans Technician
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Based on the colors, it looks like they are using a reference waveform that they created from known goods, then opened all of them on the same screen, split the screen, then selected out the ones they wanted to keep in which screen.

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Hans Technician
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Okay. I just made sure that I could do it before I post more! Step one: Open your known good and create (and properly name!) your reference files. These are under the tools drop down menu. Double click the available channel and label appropriately. They will show up in the bottom of that list and you can give them any color you want. Step two: Open your known bad file and add the newly created…

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Dmitriy Analyst
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Good job, Hans! One last thing is to zoom into two full revolutions on both screens so that they are more or less aligned.

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Hans Technician
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Good point! I was just going through it, not really getting into it. Fixed it here and added rules so it shows that you can measure each scope individually. diag​.​net/file/f7567p3u5… And I did another dual scope real quick of a cam sensor issue. Zoomed in you can see the fault, but the larger view I've used a math channel on the crank sensor (hidden) so I can see the exact rpm…

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Joel Diagnostician
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I follow this instructions and I was able to solve the questions I had thanks.

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I apreciate your help

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Tom Engineer
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Joel, could you share the actual resolution? If a member's reply above is the resolution, please upvote it and tag it as "Resolution."

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Joel Diagnostician
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I did not understand ? I posted I made it following hand guides

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Joel Diagnostician
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I FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS

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Which instructions did you follow to reach a resolution? Did this instructions come from Hans?

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Joel Diagnostician
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The problem is to confirm resolution there are a lot of options, the other day I was contacted and I was told to do a reply to my own post and confirmed a resolution , In This case only hans was the author who reply no more reply so I thought with only 1 cmoment is easy to know , and also I Did reply but I wrote hand iinstead of hans. Are this post hold In The site for future to be search in…

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Dmitriy Analyst
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Search works OK for me... diag​.​net/file/f6vxbr4mq… ​

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