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Post time 2023-4-22 04:10:55 | Show all posts |Read mode
Edited by zendx at 2023-4-22 04:28

Hi.
I have problems with the Hantek DSO4102C oscilloscope.
The signal on the X axis has a noticeable jitter at sec/div values less than 200 ns/div.
Here's how it looks like:



Is it possible to somehow fix that? I have performed self-calibration of the oscilloscope several times, but it doesn't help.
Latest Firmware installed.




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 Author| Post time 2023-4-22 04:17:24 | Show all posts
Edited by zendx at 2023-4-22 04:18

Can someone check on their oscilloscope (DSO4000, DSO5000) how the same signal (for example, from a 1 kHz test generator) is displayed at values of sec/div less than 200 ns/div? With averaging off.

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Post time 2024-2-12 14:50:18 | Show all posts
The DSO4102C trigger refers to the DSO4102C DSO4102C Difference or contradiction in the trigger signal time in the Achiloscope. The trigger jitter can have a negative impact on the accuracy and reliability of the measurement, especially when seizing sharp and precise gestures.

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one of my problems after the update
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