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  1. Hello, My name is Oliver and I am a research assistant at the Technische Universit├Ąt Ilmenau in Germany. Among other things, I teach fundamentals of power electronics for mechatronics bachelor. Last year I started with a lab course where I use eleven Electronic Explorer Boards. It makes a lot of fun for me and the students. From time to time it comes to an error regarding the scope. After connecting the board, starting the WaveForms application and opening the scope all four channels show -20 V. They stick there regardless what is connected to them. Usually disconnecting the board and restarting the application resolves the problem. Today one of the boards started to become stubborn and the error occurred four out of five times. This behavior occurs both on Windows 7 and Windows 10. WaveForms shows no warnings or errors. Is this a known issue and what can I do about it? This behavior occurs both on Windows 7 and Windows 10. Thank you for your help. Best regards, Oliver
  2. My signal looks fine as long as I don't change the offset to anything below -5V. The first picture, I have C2 at -5V and I get something that looks ok. When I change it to -5.08, it looks weird. Is there a way to avoid this? I'd like to look at C2 here at a lower V/div but am unable to center the signal due to this problem.