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university:tools:m2k:scopy:voltmeter [08 May 2018 15:16]
DanielGuramulta Updated documentation for Voltmeter
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Alexandra Update screenshots
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 <WRAP round info 65%>A Calibration feature automatically starts for the Voltmeter instrument when Scopy connects to an M2k device. Manual calibration is not necessary. <WRAP round info 65%>A Calibration feature automatically starts for the Voltmeter instrument when Scopy connects to an M2k device. Manual calibration is not necessary.
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 ==== Main Window ==== ==== Main Window ====
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 ==== History Plot ==== ==== History Plot ====
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 Alternatively,​ the capture can be started and stopped by clicking on the small white square at the right of the instrument name in the left side menu. Alternatively,​ the capture can be started and stopped by clicking on the small white square at the right of the instrument name in the left side menu.
  
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 ==== AC/DC Modes ==== ==== AC/DC Modes ====
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 AC/DC mode may be set independently for each channel. AC Mode will display the VRMS value of the signal and is optimized for frequencies between 20Hz to 40kHz, this range of frequency is separated in two options. AC/DC mode may be set independently for each channel. AC Mode will display the VRMS value of the signal and is optimized for frequencies between 20Hz to 40kHz, this range of frequency is separated in two options.
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 The first option is frequency range from 20Hz to 800Hz and the second option is from 800Hz to 40kHz. When the signal’s frequency is not within the range of the option selected, there will be no reading in the instrument. The first option is frequency range from 20Hz to 800Hz and the second option is from 800Hz to 40kHz. When the signal’s frequency is not within the range of the option selected, there will be no reading in the instrument.
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 ==== History ==== ==== History ====
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 The Voltmeter features one Voltage-over-time history plot per channel. These can be independently enabled and disabled by toggling the ON/OFF switches on the right-side menu. The Voltmeter features one Voltage-over-time history plot per channel. These can be independently enabled and disabled by toggling the ON/OFF switches on the right-side menu.
 There'​s a selector below the ON/OFF switches. There'​s a selector below the ON/OFF switches.
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 By default, the plot will represent 10 seconds of data. This selector will allow you to choose the history duration between the three choices: 1 second, 10 seconds, 60 seconds. ​ By default, the plot will represent 10 seconds of data. This selector will allow you to choose the history duration between the three choices: 1 second, 10 seconds, 60 seconds. ​
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 +==== Data logging ====
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 +The data logging can be enabled or disabled using the ON/OFF switch in the right-side menu. A file can be chosen clicking the **Browse** button ​
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-The data logging ​can be enabled ​or disabled using the ON/OFF switch in the right-side menuA file can be chosen clicking the **Browse** button \\+
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-The Voltmeter can Overwrite or Append to the selected file by checking one of the options located below the file selector. \\ 
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 The timer control, located at the bottom of the right-side menu, controls the amount of data that will be logged. The accepted range of values for this control is between 0 seconds and 1 hour. By default, the spinbox is set to 0. In this case, each value displayed on the LCD will be written to the selected file. If the value is, for example, 4, the Voltmeter will log to file every 4 seconds. The timer control, located at the bottom of the right-side menu, controls the amount of data that will be logged. The accepted range of values for this control is between 0 seconds and 1 hour. By default, the spinbox is set to 0. In this case, each value displayed on the LCD will be written to the selected file. If the value is, for example, 4, the Voltmeter will log to file every 4 seconds.
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-==== Peak hold==== 
-The peak hold functionality can be enabled or disabled using the ON/OFF switch in the right-side menu. \\ 
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-The min and max values are visible on the digital display and can be reset using the **Reset** button+\\ 
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 +==== Peak hold==== 
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 +The peak hold functionality can be enabled or disabled using the ON/OFF switch in the right-side menu.  
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 +The min and max values are visible on the digital display and can be reset using the **Reset** button
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 **Return to [[university:​tools:​m2k:​scopy|Scopy Main Page]]** **Return to [[university:​tools:​m2k:​scopy|Scopy Main Page]]**
  
university/tools/m2k/scopy/voltmeter.txt · Last modified: 21 May 2018 15:50 by Alexandra