6. Cursor key Cursor line, horizontal or vertical, shows the precise position of the input waveforms or the math operation results. The horizontal cursor can track time, voltage and frequency, whilst the vertical cursor can track voltage. 7. Ground terminal Accepts the DUT ground lead to achieve a common ground. 8. Math key Math Operations The Math operations can add, subtract, or perform FFT on the input waveforms. The resulted waveform can be measured using the cursors, and saved or recalled just like normal input signals. 3
9. SD card connector Facilitates transferring waveform data, display image, and panel settings. 10.Probe compensation output Outputs a 2Vp-p, square signal for compensating the probe or demonstration. 11.External trigger input Accepts an external trigger signal 12.Utility key Utility Configures the Hardcopy function , shows the system status, selects the menu language, runs the self calibration, and configures the probe compensation signal. 13.Help key The Help key shows the contents of the built-in help support. When you press a function key, its descriptions appear in the display. 14.Autoset key Autoset Automatically configures the horizontal, vertical, and trigger settings according to the input signal. 15.Measure key Automatic measurement function measures input signal attributes and updates them in the display. 16.Save/Recall key The save function allows saving display image, waveform data, and panel settings into the oscilloscope’s internal memory or an external SD card. The recall function allows recalling the default factory settings, waveform data, and panel settings from the oscilloscope’s internal memory or an external SD card. 17. Hardcopy key The Hardcopy key works as a shortcut for saving display image, waveform data, and panel settings into an SD card.
- Fall '18
- Zia Ul Rehman
- Square wave, Oscilloscope, Cathode Ray Tube, Waveform