Acquiring spike times from the discharging of a capacitor

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CrespoP
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Acquiring spike times from the discharging of a capacitor

Post by CrespoP » Fri Feb 22, 2019 3:18 pm

Hey guys

I am currently working a project which involves oscillators circuits. I have 2 channels attached to the capacitors of my system and I would like to capture the exact moment the capacitor discharges and to do so, it would be interesting if I could manage that by using a Python script. I was told to make use of a library called PySpike. However, from what I could read, I couldnt find out how to just capture those times. The only application which I have found so far was regarding generating a speficic spikes time train, which it is not of my interest.

If anyone knows how to move forward on this I would appreciate to discuss about.

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Re: Acquiring spike times from the discharging of a capacitor

Post by Martyn » Mon Feb 25, 2019 11:32 am

Not familiar with PySpike so can't comment on it's operation.

Which PicoScope do you have and are you using our Python code to control it ?
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