|NI-SCOPE (English | Japanese)|
Trigger delay is the amount of time that elapses between when a trigger occurs and when the digitizer actually triggers.
In NI-SCOPE, the trigger delay parameter specifies this time period, (in seconds). For example, setting a 1 second trigger delay means the digitizer continues to acquire pretrigger samples for 1 second after it is triggered. The posttrigger samples occur after the delayed trigger.
|Note Trigger delay is not supported by all digitizers. Some digitizers allow only trigger holdoff or trigger delay at any given time. Refer to Features Supported by Device to find out if your digitizer supports trigger delay.|