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Old 28th September 2012, 08:31 PM   #1
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Default OWON SDS7102V - math functions


I am using the OWON oscilloscope, and am trying to display the difference between two curves, so I use the Math button and I see the extra curve on the screen (green). I am doing CH1 - CH2. Because the difference is small, the new curve is almost a straight line. If I try to change the V/div for CH1 and CH2, I get junk on the screen, if CH1 or CH2 exceed the screen boundaries.

Does anyone know how to change the display so that I can "zoom in" the Math curve so as to be able to measure it accurately?

Also does anyone know how to hide CH1 and CH2 when I am in Math mode?

My SDS7102V has software of 2.6.2
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