Martyn wrote:Hi, There are some helpful people on the forums so you may get some assistance here , although it would have been easier if you had purchased a Picoscope and not one from our competitor , sharing waveforms and settings are much easier with Picoscope 6
I've seen your captures on the nerdz forum & keen to see some more.
Just read up on the scope you have, i like the sound of combining scopes & keeping the same time base
Is it 'Tiepie' that also do the CR leak off monitoring kit ??
RE the relative comp wf, use a sync be it primary/coil trigger/secondary, CR injector firing current & work out from the firing order the defective cylinder, but remember this is just a quick test & does not tell all regarding compression's.
alan wrote:Hi Brett,
Provided you can live with some people poking a bit of fun at you for buying the "wrong scope" then you will find this a friendly & helpful place.
To be honest as with most tools its the skills / experience of the person using them that is at least as important as the tool itself.
Did some great training with a dutch guy here in south island who makes up scope packages and has good support (i think and hope about support) as options here are pretty limited.
Fat Freddy wrote:Hi Brett.Did some great training with a dutch guy here in south island who makes up scope packages and has good support (i think and hope about support) as options here are pretty limited.
That will be Herbert.
What coarses have you done?
i have done AED, SCAN1 and EMS1-1. Looking forward to doing the scope one and rest of EMS and like to do the diesel ones too? Have you done some with him?
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