How do I Superimpose a Previous Acquisition Onto my Most Recent Acquisition?

You can superimpose a previous acquisition onto the current acquisition through the Snapshot feature on the DL850. You may also consider using Go/No-Go testing, as long as the requirement for a reference waveform is met.
 
To create a snapshot, please follow the procedures listed below:
  1. Press the FILE key
  2. Press the Others (Save) soft key
  3. Press the Data Type soft key
  4. Select Snap
  5. Press the Execute Save soft key

To load a snapshot, please follow the procedures listed below:

  1. Press the FILE key
  2. Press the Others (Load) soft key
  3. Select the .SNP file
  4. Press the Execute Load soft key

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