I have the first pictured one. You need to hold the optical end at the right spot over the scope connection. The seller said he receives plenty of the same questions as I, and he even tested the cable Rev 2 on his own personal Fluke scope, but it does not fit. II will “kinda” work with a Fluke series I. Here is the Aussie ebay seller listing:
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You need to hold the optical end at the right spot over the scope connection.
Fluke OC4USB USB Interface Cable | Fluke
This oc4usb usb interface cable the Newbie category of the forum blog for a reason. Then I find a vague reference usn a Fluke website where one member mentions Revision 1 and Revision 2, but never actually explicitly details nor supplies any pictures as references.
The catch is that it won’t physically attach, so you won’t have a continous connection. It’s marked as Interfacee. My questions are as follows: Did you miss your activation email?
Please login or register. The way you hold the optical end is to have the “Fluke” logo facing the back side of the scope. There was an error while oc4usb usb interface cable.
Fluke OC4USB Oscilloscope | eBay
So, once again Fluke were kind enough to profiteer racket. I can only assume the marketing words “infrared” and “optical” are actually referring to the exact same technology behind each.
To continue the confusion, on the Fluke oc4usb usb interface cable it clearly expresses the Ijterface 2 is indeed compatable with the and series scopes. Bad news, I just received word back from an Aussie ebay seller that says the Revision 2 does not fit and series scopes. Sometimes I can find each one of the cables clearly detailing how they support and oc4usb usb interface cable. The seller said he receives plenty of the same questions as I, and he even tested the cable Rev 2 on his own personal Knterface scope, but it does not fit.
Fluke OC4USB – USB INTERFACE CABLE
No adapters are needed. Please excuse my n00bness.
However, in no time did I find oc4usb usb interface cable clear view of the cble in the first picture the one with the yellow writing showing the actual “two led lights” or whatever the hell they are or the same connections as the most commonly found last picture. September 28, I have the first pictured one.
II will “kinda” work with a Fluke series I. Check out the picture and questions below.
Fluke OC4USB Oscilloscope
It is the ‘same’ re: However, interfacce you just want to transfer a few captured displays it works OK. Here is the Aussie ebay seller listing: Hence the confusion if some sellers online have confused one type of connection with another, yet I find no evidence of this other than my lack of oc4usb usb interface cable on everything Fluke and all their revisions and updates they release.
It comes with the