We’ve made a lot of progress on firmware development and just added a fourth way of presenting output values: a YT view. As the video below shows, you can now directly monitor on the TFT display what is happening over a long period of time with output voltage, current, or power without the assistance of a PC or other external device. For each channel, you can set the time frame and monitor any two of voltage, current, and power.
This is a first step toward the so-called arbitrary waveform generator functionality we plan to implement in the coming weeks.
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