Debug Embedded Systems with Your Oscilloscope

Wednesday, March 10, 2021 - 11:00am
PO Box 24058
Federal Way, WA 98093
United States

Date: Wed, Mar. 10, 2021

Time: 11AM Pacific | 2PM Eastern

Duration: 1 hour

Debug Embedded Systems with Your Oscilloscope Webinar

How to Efficiently Debug Embedded Systems with Your Oscilloscope

Join Teledyne LeCroy for this 3-part webinar series on how to efficiently and accurately debug embedded systems with your oscilloscope. The goal of this series is to improve your knowledge and efficiency in validating and troubleshooting the interactions of analog, digital, serial data, and sensor signals in embedded designs.

Fundamentals of Signal Display and Measurements

In this session (Part 1), we will discuss the various signal display and measurement tools available in oscilloscopes and how to avoid the traps and pitfalls that lead to inaccurate or inefficient measurements. We will also review how to extract circuit details from both short and long record acquisitions to aid in debugging of embedded designs.

Topics to be included:

  • Improving measurements with multi-grids
  • Analytical waveform views
  • Using measurement parameters effectively
  • Best uses of statistical data and views
  • Pass/Fail parameter testing

Who should attend? Design Engineers and Technicians looking to improve skills and efficiency in using an oscilloscope to both validate and troubleshoot the circuit performance of embedded designs.

What attendees will learn? How to use underutilized oscilloscope math and measurement tools that have broad utility in embedded system validation and debug.

Presenter: Stephen Murphy, Marketing Product Specialist / Applications Engineer

Can't attend live? Register anyway, and we will send you the recording and slides afterward.


Register for the rest of the series:

Part Two: Fundamentals of Advanced Measurements and Math

Part Three: 4 Practical Real-world Examples of Embedded System Validation and Debug


  • Measure temperature from TC output
  • Simulate TC output
  • Operable with nine types of thermocouples
  • Calibrate linear TC transmitter with mV source function
  • Selectable °F or °C
  • Thermocouple mini-jack termination
  • Available as accessories: Fluke-700TC1 and TC2 Thermocouple Mini-plug Kits
  • Holster features test lead storage
  • Compatible with toolpack magnetic hanging system


The Fluke a3001 FC Wireless iFlex AC Current Module is a fully functional true-RMS current meter that wirelessly relays measurements to other Fluke Connect® enabled master units, listed below:
  • Fluke 3000 FC DMM
  • Fluke Ti200/300/400Thermal Camera
  • PC via optional pc3000 FC Adapter
  • Fluke Connect Mobile app
The iFlex® Wireless Current Module allows you to measure around awkward sized conductors or get into tight spaces and makes wire access easier:
  • Measure up to 2500 A AC
  • Use as a standalone meter or as part of the system
  • Logging function for recording and saving up to 65,000 readings
  • Inrush function
  • Magnetic hanging strap


  • High performance clamp meter that measures very low voltage and high resistance
  • Transmits measurements to your smartphone via Fluke Connect® so you can view them at a safer distance
  • Measures AC and DC current to 600 A, and AC and DC voltage to 1000 V
  • Measures AC current to 2500 A AC with optional iFlex flexible current probe


  • 20 to 120 universal analog inputs per chassis; systems to +2,000 channels
  • Stand-alone data logger operation with the 2686A
  • Large scalable LAN systems using the 2680A with 10BaseT/100BaseT
  • Two types of Universal Input Modules: high-isolation precision modules or fast scan modules, with 16- to 18-bit resolution
  • Throughput of more than 3,000 channels-per-second-per-chassis with 2680A-FAI modules
  • Superior thermocouple measurement accuracy (J, K, R, S, T, N, I, U, C, B)
  • 20 digital I/O and 8 form C, 1 Amp relay output modules for direct control of equipment
  • Up to 300V input isolation, 1600V transient overvoltage protection (2680A-PAI)
  • Universal input conditioning for any input, on any channel, in any combination (V dc, V ac, Ohms, frequency, RTD, thermocouple, thermistor or current
  • ATA flash memory card for stand-slone operation - from 16 MB to 1 GB (2686A only)
  • Multiple power sources: 100 to 240 V and 9 V to 45 V dc
  • Includes Fluke DAQ Software which: Controls all 2680 Series functions, provides real-time and historical and also communicates with and 2645A NetDAQ products


  • Large display
  • Backlight for work in dim areas
  • Min / Max to record signal fluctuations
  • Ergonomic overmolded housing with integrated probe holders
  • Free your hands with the optional TPAK magnetic hanger
  • Auto and Manual ranging
  • Meets Measurement Category 1000 V CAT III and Category IV 600 V safety standards
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