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  1. I need to capture a pulse (High to low), which stays for appx 600us, then goes back high. I need to capture for a given interval of time, the no. of pulses triggered. time interval maybe : 1ms, 1 s, 5s etc. Been using the &, but couldn't understand if it is behaving as expected: -------------- while True: dwf.FDwfDigitalInStatus(hdwf, c_int(1), byref(sts)) print("Status:", str(sts.value)) if sts.value == 2 : # done break ------------ Not sure about the value to be compared here, as for 1 sec or for 5 sec, i am seeing the break in appx same time here. => Also tried with but i think it is not able to detect the drop in voltage for such short duration. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks, Rohit
  2. Hi, I'm using the Waveform SDK with Python and I'm not able to get the DD to start the pattern output with a digital input as trigger. I have tried to look into the different examples in the SDK, but none of them seem to fit this exact use case. Use case: Preparation: Generate a pattern Run time: Get a rising edge on a specified I/O pin (e.g. DIO-25) Wait an amount of time using FDwfDigitalOutWaitSet Play pattern on a specified I/O pin (e.g. DIO-24) Do you have a code snippet which fits this use case? Best, Hakon.