This MATLAB® Generic Instrument Driver allows you to acquire data from PicoScope® 4000 Series High Resolution and Automotive Oscilloscopes and control in-built signal generator functionality. The data could be processed in MATLAB using functions from Toolboxes such as Signal Processing Toolbox.
* PicoScope 4225 & 4425
* PicoScope 4444
* PicoScope 4824
* PicoScope 4225A & 4425A
For PicoScope 4224, 4224 IEPE, 4424, 4226, 4227 and 4262 models, please use the PicoScope 4000 Series - MATLAB Generic Instrument Driver:
Pico Technology (2021). PicoScope 4000 Series A API MATLAB Generic Instrument Driver (https://github.com/picotech/picosdk-ps4000a-matlab-instrument-driver), GitHub. Retrieved .
PicoScope 4824 can be greatly controlled after installing DLLs, PicoScope Support Toolbox and PicoScope 4000 Series A API MATLAB Generic Instrument Driver (this add-on)!
I wonder whether you have the code that is used to plot the 8-panel figure next to the title?
When the drivers are correctly installed with the correct DLLs for communicating properly (that i asked to the support), and by installing the "Matlab support toolbox" directly from Matlab and available on MatlabCentral, then it works perfectly. The codes are very well written and easy to use. Thanks a lot. Tested on Win64 with Matlab 32 and Matlab 64. I'm currently testing on linux.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you require assistance with installation.
how on earth do you install this thing???
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