You can configure channels by using the channels settings.
|Status||Shows/Hides the channel's trace on graph.||-|
|Volts/div||Vertical scale of the display.
The Oscilloscope uses hysteresis to reduce false triggering due to noise or jitter in the signal. The hysteresis is 25% of Volts/div. By increasing Volts/div, you increase the value of hysteresis, which in turn stabilizes the signal in the display window. However, when hysteresis is too high, the Oscilloscope may never be triggered. Adjust Volts/div until you get a stable signal on the display.
|Shrink||Contracts the trace by increasing Volts/div.||-|
|Expand||Expands the trace by decreasing Volts/div.||-|
|Vertical position||Vertical positioning of the waveform on the graph. Use Vertical position or Vertical offset to move the waveform up and down the graph. The Oscilloscope does not apply Vertical position to the input signal.||Range: -100 V to 100 V|
|Probe attenuation||Amount of attenuation provided by the probe connected to the channel. Select 1X if the probe does not attenuate the input signal. Select 10X if the probe attenuates the input signal by a factor of ten. Probe attenuation must match the setting of the probe connected to the channel.||-|
|Coupling||Specifies whether to remove the DC component from the signal. Select DC if you want to measure the entire signal. Select AC if you want to remove the DC component from the signal.||-|
|Vertical offset||Voltage on which the vertical range is centered. You can use Vertical position or Vertical offset to move the waveform up and down the graph. The Oscilloscope applies Vertical offset to the input signal.||Range: -25 V to 25 V when Probe attenuation is 1x and -250 V to 250 V when Probe attenuation is 10x|
|Vertical range||Indicates the current input range. You can change Vertical range by adjusting Vertical offset.||-|