Today’s engineers and technicians face increasingly complex and critical troubleshooting tasks. Designs that work fine in the lab can sometimes fail in the field, causing customer dissatisfaction, lost production, expensive repair bills and, sometimes, safety concerns. With the customer impatient to get their system fixed as rapidly as possible there is huge pressure to troubleshoot and fix problems quickly and accurately.

A new article on EE Times Europe’s Design Center explains how you can use PicoScope 2200A and 5000 Series oscilloscopes to debug some common field-failure problems.

Read Troubleshooting on the move by Trevor Smith, Business Development Manager at Pico Technology