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Teledyne LeCroy WaveAce 2034 Oscilloscope Driver

I've used one of the Teledyne LeCroy WaveAce 2034 Oscilloscope in the past and scrolling through serial data would be a nightmare. The horizontal scroll knob was tiny, it was incredibly slow and it had zero acceleration if you spun it fast. It took half a minute of knob spinning to get to the desired location.

I though you wanted to tell me about probllems with the more expensive LeCroy scopes? Quote Cursors: Don't remember which model it was, but I remember it not being able to turn on both horizontal and vertical cursors at the same time.

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If you are trying to compare two points on a trace, having both pairs of cursors is crucial. Nope, not this one. I'm struggling however to see an application for this. What did you try to achieve?

Quote Counter-intuitive settings: Instead of having nice and simple settings, for example three buttons to set up triggering, you have to go into overly complex menus and fiddle with the settings to get anything to show up on the screen. Come on, setting up standard triggering on a LeCroy is child's play, really.

It's not rocket science.

Of course it's getting more complicated for more advanced trigger SMART Triggers setups but that's in the nature of these things and equally involving on other scopes, if they even offer such triggers, that is. As to getting to show something on the screen, there's the Auto Setup button which does exactly that - setting up the scope to get something on the screen which quickly gives you a starting point from where to go where you want.

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Quote Retarded memory: This was one of the WaveSurfer MXs models. I probed a signal coming from an FPGA only to have it display an almost flat trace. It took me a couple of minutes to figure out that the sample memory was too shallow to allow any kind of decent measurement. I then finally managed to figure out where to set a larger sample memory Teledyne LeCroy WaveAce 2034 Oscilloscope just as I was thinking how stupid it was that the sample memory wasn't at its maximum setting by default, I realized why that was not the case.

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The scope became abysmally slow and only after a moment or two did the real waveform appear on the screen. The WaveSurfer M Xs has automatic sample memory management which is enabled by default and which always uses enough memory to run the acquisition at the highest possible sample rate, so no, the low sample memory setting is certainly not the default for these scopes.

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Dicky knobs: I've used one of the WaveAces in the past and scrolling through serial data would be a nightmare. The horizontal scroll knob was tiny, it was incredibly slow and it had zero acceleration if you spun it fast.

TELEDYNE LECROY WAVEACE 2034 OSCILLOSCOPE DRIVERS FOR WINDOWS MAC

It took half a minute of knob spinning to get to the desired location. I though you wanted to tell me about probllems with the more expensive LeCroy scopes?

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Quote Cursors: Don't remember which model it was, but I remember it not being able to turn on both horizontal and vertical cursors at the same time. If you are trying to compare two points on a trace, having both pairs of cursors is crucial.

Nope, not this one. I'm struggling however to see an application for this.

Teledyne LeCroy WaveAce Digital Oscilloscope, 4 Channel, MHz

What did you try to achieve? Quote Counter-intuitive settings: Instead of having nice and simple settings, for example three buttons to set up triggering, you have to go into overly complex menus and fiddle with the settings to get anything to show up on the screen.

Come on, setting up standard triggering on a LeCroy is child's play, really. It's not rocket science.

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