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Metrix OX8000 oscilloscopes series

Serial driver for Metrix OX8040, OX8050, OX8100, OX8042, and OX8062 oscilloscopes
(1192 downloads for this version - 1192 downloads for all versions)
Details
Version
1.0
Author
Samuel Gougeon
Maintainer
Samuel Gougeon
Categories
License
Supported Scilab Version
Creation Date
April 13, 2012
Description
            For Windows, Linux, Unix. Mac OS X not supported (TCL required)

-->osciOX80

function [out] = osciOX80(command, ...)

 DEPENDENCY:
  * Serial TCL toolbox is required: http://atoms.scilab.org/toolboxes/serial

 GENERAL equivalent SYNTAXES:
  osciOX80(<command>[, <parameter#1>[, <parameter#2>]])
  osciOX80 <command> <parameter#1> <parameter#2>

 <command> is a case-unsensitive string specifying the action to perform.

 COMMANDS
 ========
 SERIAL OPERATIONS:
 -----------------
open <port_number> :
        Opens the specified serial port numbered from 1 to 254.
        Default is '1'. The communication parameters are set to
        19200 bauds, no parity, 8 databits, 1 stop bit.
        Example: osciOX80('open',1)  // Connexion on COM1 port

close : Unlocks the front panel,
        Closes the serial port communication, and
        Destroys the related TCL session.
clean : Destroys the TCL session (whether for some reasons the
        osciOX80 session has been avorted)

 GENERAL SETTINGS (for both analog and digital modes)
 ------------------------------------------------
 lock   : Disables all commands on the device (buttons and knobs / front panel)
 unlock : Enables all commands on the device (buttons and knobs of front panel)
 lock?  : returns %T if buttons and knobs are disabled, %F otherwise.

 autoset: Triggers the autoset

 save, filename: Saves the current device's settings in a binary file
                 The binary settings block is returned as a string
 restore, filename: Resets the devices according to parameters saved in the
                  specified binary file.

 model? : Returns either 'OX8040', 'OX8050', 'OX8100', or 'OX8042,OX8062'
 vers?  : Returns the version of the firmware (string 'YYYY.n' where YYYY is
          the year, and n is the version number in this year)

 MEASUREMENT MODES
 -----------------
 analog  : Turns the device into analog mode
 digital?: returns %T if the oscillo runs in digital mode, %F in analog mode
 digital : Turns the device into digital mode (in refresh mode: For each
           channel, when the memory is filled by a sweep, the next sweep
           starts recording the forthcoming points at the BEGINNING of the
           previous trace and goes on overwriting it from left to right.
 envelope: Turns the device into digital envelope mode:
           For each channel and for each horizontal position, the minimum
           and the maximum values reached over time are displayed.
 rolling : Turns the device into digital rolling mode: For each channel,
           when the memory is filled by the sweep and a new point is measured,
           the trace is shifted to the left by one point (dropping the first
           point queued) and the new point is appended to the right at the
           freed position.

 MEASUREMENT SETTINGS (in analog or digital modes)
 --------------------
 dispSig, 'CH1' | 'CH2' | '-CH2' | 'DUAL' | 'XY' | 'ADD' | 'DIFF'
            Chooses the signal(s) to be displayed
 dispSig? : Returns 'CH1' | 'CH2' | '-CH2' | 'DUAL' | 'XY' | 'ADD' | 'DIFF'

 timeScale? : Returns the sweeping time over 1 division (real number)
              Possible values are: 10ns,20ns,50ns,100ns,200ns,500ns,1µs,
             
2µs,5µs,10µs,20µs,50µs,100µs,200µs,500µs,1ms,2ms,5ms,10ms,
              20ms,50ms,100ms,200ms,500ms,1s,2s,5s,10s,20s,50s,100s,200s
              For OX8042 & OX8062 models, 5ns is also available.

 timeScale, dt : Sets to dt seconds the sweeping time over 1 division
              Possible values are listed above. If the given value is not
              listed, the closest one in the list is set.

 Vscale?, #channel : Returns the Voltage over 1 vertical division (in V)
            for the given #channel (1 | 2). output is a real number
            All possible Vscale are: 1mV,2mV,5mV,10mV,20mV,50mV,100mV,
                           200mV,500mV,1V,2V,5V,10V,20V,50V,100V,200V
			The exact range depends on the model (see full help)

 Vscale, #channel, value : Sets the Vscale to value for the given #channel
            #channel = 1 | 2
            value must be a real (in V) in the list given above.
            Otherwise, the listed value closest to the given one is used.
            Lower & upper bounds are checked: Overflow goes to the bound
            Examples:
                 osciOX80  Vscale  1 0.01    // sets CH1 to 10mV/div
                 osciOX80('Vscale',2,5e-3)   // sets CH2 to 5mV/div

 Coupling?, #channel     : Returns the coupling mode for the specified signal
                           #channel may be 1 (CH1) or 2 (CH2)
                           Answers are: 'AC' | 'DC' | 'GND'
 Coupling, #channel, mode : Sets the coupling mode for the given #channel
                           Available modes: 'AC'|'DC'|'GND' (case-unsensitive)
                           Example: osciOX80 coupling 1 DC // or equivalently
                                    osciOX80('coupling',1,'DC')
 CAPTURING SIGNALS
 -----------------
 This feature is possible only in digital mode. However, if the device is
 currently in analog mode, it is switched to digital, the signal is caught,
 and finally the initial analog mode is restored.

 getSig, channel [,NbPoints] : Returns the querried signal (2 columns of
                   reals (time[s],V)).
                 channel may be: 1 | '1' | 'CH1', or 2 | '2' | 'CH2'
                   In enveloppe mode, additional channels are available:
                    'CH1L': Low   enveloppe of CH1
                    'CH1H': Hight enveloppe of CH1
                    'CH2L': Low   enveloppe of CH2
                    'CH2H': Hight enveloppe of CH2
                 NbPoints : Number of points to be sampled. Possible
                   values (real) are 1000, 8000, or 160000. Default value
                   = 1000, corresponding to signals displayed within the
                   screen's width.
                 Example: dat = osciOX80('getsig',1)
                           clf, plot(dat(:,1),dat(:,2))

 AUTOMATIC MEASUREMENTS of SIGNAL PARAMETERS (for analog and digital modes)
 -------------------------------------------
 
 'getParam', channel, type, number, timeStep, hAxes
        channel:  1 | 2     XY display mode is forbidden
        number : Number of consecutive measurements to be done (default = 1)
       timeStep: Delay (approximate) [s] between 2 consecutive measurements
                 default value = 1 s. minimum value = 0.3 s
        type   :  VOLTAGES (in [V]):
                 'Vpp'  = Peak-to-Peak Voltage amplitude
                 'Vrms' = Effective Voltage amplitude (Root Mean Square)
                 'Vavg' = Average Voltage (over the displayed time interval)
                 'Vmin' = Minimum Voltage
                 'Vmax' = Maximum Voltage
                 'Vhigh'= (not clear... see the device's doc)
                 'Vlow' = (not clear... see the device's doc)
                 'Vamp' = Voltage amplitude (= Vhigh - Vlow)
                 TIME PARAMETERS:
                 'Freq' = Frequency [Hz]
                 'T'    = Periode [µs]
                 'phase'= Phase offset between CH1 and CH2, in [-180, 180]°
                          DUAL display mode is required
                 'tR'   = Rising time [µs]
                 'tF'   = Falling time [µs]
                 'W+'   = Time width of positive impulse [µs]
                 'W-'   = Time width of negative impulse [µs]
                 'DC+'  = Duty cycle of positive impulse, in [0,100]%
                 'DC-'  = Duty cycle of negative impulse, in [0,100]%

       hAxes  : Handle of the Figure or Axes in which dynamic plotting is
                required. The axes is not cleared before starting.
                hAxes may also be %T. Then the figure and axes are created.
                hAxes is used only is several measurements are expected.

      OUTPUT : For 1 single measurement, its real numerical value is returned
               For a serie of measurements, a (number,2) matrix of reals
               is returned, with out(:,1)=times [s]  and out(:,2) = values

 DIGITAL MODE
 ------------
 digital : Turns the device into digital normal mode (= refresh. See above)
 envelope: Turns the device into digital envelope mode (see above)
 rolling : Turns the device into digital rolling mode (see above)

 run        : Runs acquisition and dynamical display (no effect in analog)
 stop       : Stops acquisition and dynamical display (idem)
 abort      : Stops immediately a running acquisition (idem)
 clearTrace : Clear the trace(s). This command can be particularly useful
              when using the envelope mode.

 sample?         : Returns the (maximal) number of sampled points.
                   Possible values (real) are 1000, 8000, or 16000

 sample, nbPoints: Sets the (maximal) sample's length
                   Possible values (real) are given above. Returns the
                   actual number set (the closest in the list)(real)

 rollLength, length: in Rolling acquisition mode, sets the number of points
               to be sampled (max = nbPoints)
             length is an integer in [0,100] = % of nbPoints.
             Possible values are: 0  25  50  75  100
             For OX8042, OX8062 and OX8100 models, in addition,
               . length=1000 is a possible value if nbPoints = 8000
               . length=1000|2000 are possible values if nbPoints = 16000
             After sampling <length> points, the acquisition stops.
             length=-1 enables a continuous rolling acquisition.
            The command returns the actual number of points set as length
             (real number)(-1 for 'OFF')

 rollLength? : Querries and returns the number of points in rolling mode            
Files (2)
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Screenshot
Metrix OX8040 oscilloscope: Front pannel (for thumbnail)
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Miscellaneous file
osciOX80 driver (1.1). Please exec() this file. Then in Scilab, enter
-->osciOX80
to display the full help in the console (the main description above is a slighly
shortened help)
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