Unfortunately, waveform data saved by Xviewer in the *.WVF, *.CSV, or *.FLD format cannot be loaded onto DL series Scopecorders.
What is waveform data?
In fields such as electronics and acoustics, signals from currents, voltages, and electromagnetic fields can be graphed as a function of time, which is called a waveform.
Types of waveforms
Electrical waveforms can be uni-directional or bi-directional, simple or complex, symmetrical or non-symmetrical, and periodic or non-periodic. However, all electrical waveforms include a period of time, a frequency, and the volts or amps of the signal. Waveforms can take the shape of sine, square, rectangular, triangular, or sawtooth waves, triggers, or pulses.