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Allow numerical input for analog voltage scale


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Tim

Similar to the ability to set the exact time-scale at the bottom right of the software, but instead, for the V-scale.

"Other nice to haves would be a "Set all analog axes to match this one" option like is used for row heights, and to have the axis limits saved in Presets."

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Tim

(#61300)
"Is there a better way to set the displayed range? The default is +/-10V, but I need to look at two signals around 3.5V. So I’d like to adjust the displayed range so they match exactly. I tried the “Resize all channels …” command but that didn’t work. Also, I don’t want to resize the other channels."


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Phil

Rescale All Selected Analog Channels to This One. Where it rescales Analog Channels.


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Tim

Merged with: Rescale All Selected Analog Channels to This One

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Jason

In some applications I am using multiple analog channels to record the same type of signal, and want to view them with identical axes. Right now I have to manually zoom each channel to the proper axes. It would be easier and faster if I could just type in the axis limits I want to use.
Other nice to haves would be a "Set all analog axes to match this one" option like is used for row heights, and to have the axis limits saved in Presets.


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Tim

Merged with: Define analog axis limits

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Tim

(#58579)
"Feature Request - Set the vertical scale of Analog Measurement. It would be usefull if we can set Min and Max value of the Y scale on analog channel. Thanks to that so it would be usefull from one time to another to compare signals more easily. Because, for the moment, the only possible setting for Y scale is "Fit" command."


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Tim

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"I am reading 16 analog signal and some of them are static level (eg 0.3V).
I'd love to be able to set the scale/range of the signals to 0..5V.

As I understand it, I can use ctl+mouse_wheel to zoom_in/out, but this often also create an offset and I'd like the 0V to stay at the bottom.
This would allow me to determine, at a glance, if the voltage changed as expected without rescalling on every capture to check."


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Jonas

How can this feature not already exist in the software? All oscilloscopes have a vertical scale button and a vertical offset button for a reason.
The Y zoom and the Y fit button can achieve this but it would be soooo much easier if you instead could define a voltage scale and offset. A good place to put it would be on right mouse button pop-up menu over the voltage scale indication. A nice feature would be to also add a "Apply to all channels" function.


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Tim

Thanks. I agree we need this feature. We've had a few requests for this (for good reason of course). I'll flag this to our development team.

I also have some comments from another user which I'll post above yours now to make sure we log everyone's need. This helps us with roadmap prioritization in the meantime.