Get trigger mode for scope
Enter the value returned by the function xPCOpenTcpIpPort.
Enter the scope number.
Returns the scope trigger mode. If the function detects an error,
xPCScGetTriggerMode function gets the
trigger mode for scope
scNum. Use the xPCGetScope function to get the scope
number. Use the constants defined in
interpret the trigger mode. These constants include the following:
There is no trigger mode. The scope triggers when it is ready to trigger, regardless of the circumstances.
Only user intervention can trigger the scope. No other triggering is possible.
The scope is triggered only after a signal has crossed a value.
Another scope triggers this scope at the trigger point
of the triggering scope, modified by the value of
File Scope |
Real-Time Host Scope |
Scope | xPCGetScope | xPCScGetTriggerLevel | xPCScGetTriggerScope | xPCScGetTriggerSignal | xPCScGetTriggerSlope | xPCScSetTriggerLevel | xPCScSetTriggerMode | xPCScSetTriggerScope | xPCScSetTriggerSignal | xPCScSetTriggerSlope