too much noise
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(2017-02-11, 13:25)Cutty Wrote: Welcome aboard!
First, you have a large noisemaker which looks like power line noise on the E channel... 10*5 is very high gain ... the E channel is very sensitive. Reduce that channel.
Triggering on E is also allowing a few lower-level H channel noise impulses on H.  There are a few noises impulses getting in H channel at times, but I saw nothing that unusual when I watched your signals a while ago... Fix the E channel noise, and go from there.  If you're operating in automatic, go to manual mode.
Mike

Thank you Mike!
I don't know how to do it...
Can you put link to manual...I can't find this topic so far :/
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Messages In This Thread
too much noise - by GoSt - 2017-02-11, 12:39
RE: too much noise - by GoSt - 2017-02-11, 12:50
RE: too much noise - by cutty - 2017-02-11, 13:25
RE: too much noise - by GoSt - 2017-02-11, 15:29
RE: too much noise - by GoSt - 2017-02-11, 16:18
RE: too much noise - by kevinmcc - 2017-02-11, 19:58
RE: too much noise - by GoSt - 2017-02-13, 12:31



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