Select signal for triggering scope
Do not use this C API type definition. Support for this type definition relies on support for the C API, which will be removed in a future release.
Enter the value returned by the function xPCOpenTcpIpPort.
Enter the scope number.
Enter a signal number.
xPCScSetTriggerSignal function sets the
trigger signal of scope
The trigger signal
trigSig must be one
of the signals in the scope. Use this function only when the scope
is stopped. You can use xPCScGetSignals to
get the list of signals in the scope. Use xPCScGetState to check the state of the scope. Use the xPCGetScopes function to get a list of
Host Scope |
Real-Time File Scope |
Real-Time Target Scope | xPCGetScope | xPCGetScopes | xPCScGetState | xPCScGetTriggerLevel | xPCScGetTriggerMode | xPCScGetTriggerScope | xPCScGetTriggerSignal | xPCScGetTriggerSlope | xPCScSetTriggerLevel | xPCScSetTriggerMode | xPCScSetTriggerScope | xPCScSetTriggerSlope