Mark Dalton wrote:Can I create my own reference Waveforms I can use straight away? I want to be able to look at a known good signal, save it, then load that signal as a reference waveform to compare with the waveform on another car.
Thanks for the question. Yes you can do this.
Capture the good waveform as you normally would, then:
1. Choose "Tools
2. In the Reference Waveforms
dialog, highlight the channel you wish to make into your reference waveform (they will be listed under the Available
branch at the top of the left side).
3. Choose Duplicate
4. This will have placed a duplicate of your chosen channel into the Library
branch, and will be named something like "A (2)" (where A
is the channel you have made a reference and the 2
is simply because A already exists).
5. Double click A (2)
, and rename the file to something suitable, and change the colour you wish the waveform to be when displayed.
6. Click OK
7. Click OK
8. Now open or capture the waveform from the faulty car.
9. Choose "Tools
10. Enable (tick) the box next to your recently created reference waveform under the Library
11. Click OK
Your reference waveform is now displayed, and can be moved/scaled just like any other channel.
Don't forget you can also load waveforms from the Waveform Library
as reference waveforms (happy to give guidance here if required, just ask
Hope this helps,