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How can I stop (freezing) the scope screen Tek MDO 4054C using labview

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@ZhouRay200 wrote:

Thanks for your advice, the problem is solved, but not by using a trigger which can't wake up the scope. 


Good to hear, but please do tell us what you found just in case someone has the same problem later.

 

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Problem is solved. The flat sequence structure just for making each part looks clean when I try to design a new code.


 Superfluous. 

 

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I used a super inconvenient way to run the scope again which is reset everything again with the auto set VI. All other ways I tried only to wake up the scope to the single mode.

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@ZhouRay200 wrote:

I used a super inconvenient way to run the scope again which is reset everything again with the auto set VI. All other ways I tried only to wake up the scope to the single mode.


Actually, I like that idea - makes it ready for the next person to use.  This should not be used to reset the o-scope between measurements, though, but only after you are done with the scope.

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