Autoscale enables the vertical scale to be set automatically, which can make it easier
to keep the live signal(s) visible in the plot. Sometimes, when a measurement doesn't appear as
expected, setting Autoscale to Auto can solve the problem. When autoscale is off, the vertical
scale of the plot can be manually adjusted by a two-finger pinch gesture within the axis label
region of the plot.
Tap on Amplitude Scale to select a vertical scale for the plot in units per division.
Autoscale will be turned off. Each selected
channel can have units assigned independent of other channels, so the scale will be set
independent of any specific units.
Here, the horizontal time scale of the oscilloscope plot can be manually adjusted by selecting
the desired value. The horiztonal scale can also be manually adjusted by a two-finger pinch
gesture within the horizontal axis label region of the plot.
When working with multiple channels in the oscilloscope tool, this option lets you choose which
channel the horizontal cursor bar will be associated with.
The cursor may be configured to automatically move to the time of the peak value
within the current waveform plot. This option allows the peak track function to be disabled,
or to track the maximum or minimum peak within the waveform. A triple tap or triple click within the oscilloscope's graph will advance the peak track selection.
Peak Track Channel
When working with multiple channels, this option lets you choose which
channel the peak track function will apply to.
*In SignalScope X, most tools and some features are available only via subscription (subscriptions can be purchased within SignalScope X).
*SignalScope Basic only includes tools and features found in the Basic Tool Set.
*SignalScope Advanced only includes tools and features found in the Basic and Advanced Tool Sets.
*Minor differences exist in the user interface when running on macOS, iPadOS, or iOS.