Pico 4 channel 4423

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Re: Pico 4 channel 4423

Post by Technician » Thu Sep 14, 2017 8:57 am

The course is a diploma in automotive electronics, the exact course title I would have to dig out the paperwork, but as I have one member on the forum who appears to be a problem, maybe its better not to disclose my area and college.

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Re: Pico 4 channel 4423

Post by PicoKev » Thu Sep 14, 2017 9:46 am

Seriously; :shock: I am interested in the course and the college offering it. No worries about not wanting to go public but I would appreciate a DM via the forum if you have a contact name at the college as well that would be great. :D :D

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Re: Pico 4 channel 4423

Post by Technician » Thu Sep 14, 2017 12:46 pm

Where are you based in the country Kev!

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Re: Pico 4 channel 4423

Post by Technician » Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:06 pm

liviu2004 wrote:Use attenuators, I think Pico sells now 10:1 version.
Done some research, thanks for the above, yes it is needed for the 4423 scope. I also ordered the 20/60A clamp, the clip for holding leads away from the engine components etc, don't want to see noise on the signals if I can help it :wink: .

I have a 600A Fluke ammeter but was not sure it could be connected to PicoScope as it has banana leads, however looking through my accessories I have a BNC to 4 mm banana adapter so yes I can use it and when other parts delivered I'm good to go :D

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Re: Pico 4 channel 4423

Post by AuthorMike » Mon Sep 18, 2017 8:27 am

Technician wrote:
liviu2004 wrote:Use attenuators, I think Pico sells now 10:1 version.
Done some research, thanks for the above, yes it is needed for the 4423 scope. I also ordered the 20/60A clamp, the clip for holding leads away from the engine components etc, don't want to see noise on the signals if I can help it :wink: .

I have a 600A Fluke ammeter but was not sure it could be connected to PicoScope as it has banana leads, however looking through my accessories I have a BNC to 4 mm banana adapter so yes I can use it and when other parts delivered I'm good to go :D
Great news, will be good to see your PicoScope captures over the coming weeks :)
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Re: Pico 4 channel 4423

Post by Technician » Mon Sep 18, 2017 12:39 pm

AuthorMike wrote:
Technician wrote:
liviu2004 wrote:Use attenuators, I think Pico sells now 10:1 version.
Done some research, thanks for the above, yes it is needed for the 4423 scope. I also ordered the 20/60A clamp, the clip for holding leads away from the engine components etc, don't want to see noise on the signals if I can help it :wink: .

I have a 600A Fluke ammeter but was not sure it could be connected to PicoScope as it has banana leads, however looking through my accessories I have a BNC to 4 mm banana adapter so yes I can use it and when other parts delivered I'm good to go :D
Great news, will be good to see your PicoScope captures over the coming weeks :)
Can't wait :D :D :D

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