New PicoScope 7 Automotive release (7.0.62)
We are pleased to announce that the latest version of PicoScope 7 Automotive, version 7.0.62, is now available to download.
- It is now possible to save your desired “startup” settings such that every time PicoScope 7 is launched, the software and scope are configured with your preferred settings.
- A new Frequency counting threshold control has been added to the Channel options panel so allowing the user to dictate whether the captured pulses qualify towards the frequency count.
- K Factor entry field has now been added to the probe menu when selecting flow probes (Flowmeters)
- “Delete” function has now been added to the created serial decode button.
- Double-clicking or tapping a packet in the serial decode table will now horizontally pan and zoom to the chosen packet within the graph and vice versa from within the graph to the decode table.
- Upon connection of a BNC+ probe to either the 4225A or 4425A scopes, an image will now be displayed of the connected probe.
- A long-awaited feature “Full graph mode” is finally here thanks to feedback from our customers.
- PicoScope 7 now includes 30 different language settings
You can find more information on all the new features here.
- Improved functionally and control of additional viewports for Mac users.
- Improvements to serial decoder edit & filtering functions across all channels and platforms.
- Improved loading of psdata files containing PicoBNC+ and standard BNC probes, with respect to input range, scale and displayed units.
- Improved custom probe wizard functionally thanks to additional warning indicators during data entry.
- Improvements to the handling, editing and display of all probes.
Thank you once again to the software teams for this latest version of PicoScope 7 Automotive, which you can download here or via the auto-update feature in the application.
If you want to read more about how to use these features, Steve Smith has a forum thread where he explains more about the updates for each software release. You can find this forum thread here.