David B.

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  1. Hi Alecz, Unfortunately, is seems like Digilent is not providing software to directly read the LOG files, and we can't do it in Waveforms Live either ... You can convert LOG files to CSV using these instructions : https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/software/waveforms-live/how-to-convert-dlog And use MS Excel, Python, MatLab, ... Any software that is able to process data. I also found this, but haven't tried it yet : http://www.analogflavor.com/en/view-csv-files-as-graphs/ Hope this can help, please let us know if you find the right software ! David
  2. Hi, I'm using an OpenLogger, which is very similar to the OpenScope, with a USB power bank like this one : https://fr.rs-online.com/web/p/batteries-externes/1744611/?sra=pmpn But I guess almost any USB power bank would do the job.
  3. Hi, I found another issue with dlog-utils. When I use it with a file sampled at 500kS/s, the time is not rounded properly : several samples show the exact time. Here is an example : Could you please have a look at this too ? Many thanks, David
  4. Hi Andrew, Thank you for taking the time to try. Looking forward to see if you can do something David
  5. Hi everyone, I just bought an openlogger, and it works fine so far. However, I'm having troubles parsing a very large log file (4GB, max allowed by FAT32 filesystem). I tried using the dlog-utils software provided by Digilent, but it crashes a few seconds after being launched. I also tried with the dlog-utils-portable Python script mentioned in some topics. It seems to get stuck when opening the file. The memory usage of my computer goes up to 100% (8GB) in both cases. I'm not very good at coding, I tried looking in the sources of dlog-utils but got a bit lost in it ... Could you please help me to figure out a way of parsing such big files OR setting up the OpenLogger to create multiple smaller files instead of a big one ? Thanks, David