What kind of operation difference is there in average processing by means of the setting of the trigger condition?

Trigger condition: Repeat

The timer of the average processing advances after that the first trigger is applied.
After that, the number of average processing times is not increased if the trigger is not applied.
The timer advances even though the data is updated, and stops when the time has passed.
The average values for the number of times that the trigger is applied to are obtained.

Trigger condition: OneShot:

The timer of the average processing advances after that the first trigger is applied.
After that, the trigger becomes free and the average processing is performed.
It stops when the time has passed.
The average values in the processing time are obtained.

 

Trigger condition: Single:

(*Basically, please use "stop the averaging processing by the number of averaging times".)

When it stops by time: The data is read once after the first trigger is applied.
The PAUSE button is turned ON, the timer is not advanced.
The timer starts to advance from 0.0 after the PAUSE button is clicked.
After that, the number of average processing times is increased when the trigger is applied, the PAUSE button is turned ON, and then the timer is stopped.
The PAUSE is clicked, then the timer is advanced. This sequence is repeated.
If the trigger has never been applied after PAUSE is clicked, the timer is stopped and it is placed in the wait state. The average processing is ended by STOP.

Revised:2017/3/31



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