How do I Save History Acquisitions With the DLM2000?

With the DLM2000 series mixed signal oscilloscope, up to 20,000 previously captured waveforms can be saved into the acquisition memory. You can use the HISTORY function to search, display and save just one or all of the previously captured waveforms(history waveforms). 

To save ALL acquisitions in History:

  1. Press the HISTORY key 
  2. Press the MODE soft button and select ALL 
  3. Press the FILE key 
  4. Press the WAVEFORM(SAVE) soft button
  5. Confirm all settings
  6. Press the SAVE WAVEFORM soft to execute save

To save ONE acquisition in History:

  1. Press the HISTORY key 
  2. Press the MODE soft button and select ONE 
  3. Press the SELECT No. soft button
  4. Use the Jog Shuttle to select waveform record number
  5. Press the WAVEFORM(SAVE) soft button
  6. Confirm all settings
  7. Press the SAVE WAVEFORM soft to execute save

When HISTORY Mode is set to ONE, only one history *.WDF waveform data file of the measurement is saved. Remember that it is necessary to select which waveform number you wish to save using the Select No. button; ONE mode does not automatically save the last waveform acquired.
HISTORY will not save all waveform data for ASCII file types, even if HISTORY mode is set to ALL.  

 

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