Lee wrote:Dear Ben
Thank you for your email into Technical Support.
I have used the mix master myself for looking at Petrol Injection as the Absolute Voltage input of the Mixmaster is -4V to +4V. I have used this on a GM engine where the Injector Voltages peaked at just under 80 Volts therefore the 20:1 attenuators we supply comfortably allowed the voltages to work i.e. 4v x 20 = 80 Volts.
Please note anything above would be clipped off the signal.
In terms of the software output, there is no scalling on the signal due to the way the mixmaster works for example on my test the representation wasnt scaled upto 80 Volts but it did allow me to compare all 4 injector signals as a parade.
I cant say that the 100:1 attenuator would work as we dont have any of these to test however if it is a standard attenuator for standard oscilloscopes (1MOhm Input) then i dont see why it wont work but im afraid this is something you would have to try and at your own risk.
If you have any further questions or queries then please dont hesitate to get in touch.
Lee - Automotive Technical Specialist
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