Re: DSO Nano help...
You'll want to keep the display within 5 or 6 divisions for best resolution and viewing. Use the X10 switch on the probe and set the Nano to X10 too so it displays the right numbers. Peak-to-peak voltage is 2.82 times RMS, so a 40V RMS waveform would be 112.8 V p-p. At 20V/div the scope will display just over 5 divisions.
Originally Posted by OmegaBunny
Time is 1/freq - so 50 Hz would be 20 msec (.02 sec) per cycle. Using 10msec per division would display 2 divisions per cycle.
2) What about the horizontal
sensitivity? 10uS/Div, 100uS/div?
3) To use the O-Scope do I simply hook up the positive probe to the positive terminal, negative probe to the negative terminal, set the volume, play the test tone, and set the gains?
You'll love it once you get the hang of it. Have fun.
***Note, I searched but couldn't find the answers***
Also, note that I normally set my gains by ear and plan to do this, but then I want to check to see how accurate I am
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