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I had hoped the 7510 could make that much more easy using a waveform trigger but I can not get it to work. Using manual trigger comes close but the timebase keeps running between measurements. That gives a huge list where I have to find the right values.
I want him to stop everything until it triggers and do the measurement, show it in the graph/table and then stop again until the next trigger. I'm talking about something like 4 to 50 measurements (fi 16 measurements for a 16 pin IC) in a row.
If no other possibility, I can live with a mechanical triggering (fi mount a switch on my probe or use a footswitch) But I want a table with only the measurements not.
I have no computer available to connect the meter (no room for a computer on the bench, only a lot of testgear )
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If yes, then seems it would only need to be modified to add a Loop Counter Block to branch back to the wait analog trigger.
If you have 16 pins to measure, then branch 16 times.
Your final buffer would be N readings * the branch count.
All this could be done on the front panel and then save the setup for future use.
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