Set sample number for triggering scope
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Enter the value returned by the function xPCOpenTcpIpPort.
Enter the scope number.
Enter a nonnegative integer for the number of samples acquired by the triggering scope before starting data acquisition on a second scope.
xPCScSetTriggerScopeSample function sets
the number of samples (
trigScSamp) a triggering
scope acquires before it triggers a second scope (
Use the xPCGetScopes function to
get a list of scopes.
For meaningful results, set
the number of samples in one data acquisition cycle for the triggering
scope. If you specify too large a value, the scope is never
If you want to trigger a second scope at the end of a data acquisition
cycle for the triggering scope, enter a value of
Real-Time File Scope |
Real-Time Host Scope |
Real-Time Target Scope | xPCGetScope | xPCGetScopes | xPCScGetTriggerLevel | xPCScGetTriggerMode | xPCScGetTriggerScope | xPCScGetTriggerScopeSample | xPCScGetTriggerSignal | xPCScGetTriggerSlope | xPCScSetTriggerLevel | xPCScSetTriggerMode | xPCScSetTriggerScope | xPCScSetTriggerSignal | xPCScSetTriggerSlope