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 =====HP 1660CS Logic Analyzer and Oscilloscope===== =====HP 1660CS Logic Analyzer and Oscilloscope=====
  
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 +The HP 1660CS is a logic analyzer and oscilloscope.
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 +There are PS2 keyboard and mouse ports on the back, but can also be controlled with the buttons on the front.
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 +To power on, verify it has a power cord plugged in and any power strip that's plugged into is turned on.  Then push the button "​Line"​ that's near the bottom of the front panel.
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 +When powered on, the main functions can be selected with the on-screen button in the upper left.  All on-screen buttons can be selected with the mouse cursor or keyboard and Enter key, but also the front panel arrow and Select buttons.
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 +The two functions documented here can be selected from this menu, they are Scope for the oscilloscope,​ and Analyzer.
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 +{{ :​hplogicanalyzermainmenu.jpg |}}
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 +The button to the right of the main function button is a context dependent menu.  These can also be directly select with the front-panel buttons in the Menu area.  The white labels are when in Scope mode, black labels are for when in Analyzer mode.
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 +==== Oscilloscope ====
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 +Select the Scope main function.
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 +TBD
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 +==== Logic Analyzer ====
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 +For signals that are digital, the logic analyzer can be used to, well, analyze them.  ​
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 +Be sure to set to Analyzer mode.
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 +It uses the "​pods"​ that are the ribbons of wires connected from the back.  We'll use Pod 1, data line 0.  The wires and connectors are in the bags on top of the analyzer.
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 +{{ :​hplogicanalyzerconnectors.jpg |}}
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 +Connect to what you're trying to analyze, both signal and ground.
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 +Select Waveform, either from the menu next to the main menu button, or just press the "W form" button on the front panel.
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 +Change how much is displayed with sec/Div, the dial should control that.  Dial in how much "Next Sample Period"​ you need that is enough to see the signal.
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 +Hit Run in the upper-right of the screen, or the button in the upper-right of the front panel.
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 +With sec/Div still selected, you can dial in the displayed sample period to see the signal.
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 +Select Delay, and the dial can move the signal left and right.
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 +{{ :​hplogicanalyzerwaveform.jpg |}}
  
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