You can configure the trigger by using the trigger settings.
|Mode||Mode in which the Oscilloscope responds to a trigger.|
|Type||Type of trigger to start the acquisition. Refer to the Oscilloscope Concepts section to learn about different trigger types.
|Source||Source of the trigger that starts the data acquisition.|
|Level||Voltage at which a trigger occurs. This setting is enabled only when Type is Analog edge. Level must be between -25 V + Vertical offset and 25 V + Vertical offset. For example, if Vertical offset is 25 V, Level must be between 0 V and 50 V.
The Oscilloscope uses hysteresis to reduce false triggering due to noise or jitter in the signal, by adding a window above or below Level. The hysteresis is 25% of Volts per division. You can adjust the value of hysteresis by configuring Volts per division in Channel Settings. Refer to Hysteresis to learn more about how hysteresis works.
|Slope||Place at which a trigger occurs.|
|Acquisition delay||Decides whether the instrument waits for a certain period of time after a trigger is detected before it starts sampling. Enable Acquisition delay when there is a delay between when the trigger occurs and when the desired data is generated, or when you need a high sampling rate for the desired acquisition window.|
|Force||Manually triggers the Oscilloscope.|
|Set 50%||Sets the trigger level as 50% of the peak-to-peak voltage of the measured signal. This setting is available only when Type is Analog edge.|