Casio E-CON2 Use Manual

Casio e-con2 calculator-software: user guide
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E-CON2
1
E-CON2 Overview
2
Using the Setup Wizard
3
Using Advanced Setup
4
Using a Custom Probe
5
Using the MULTIMETER Mode
6
Using Setup Memory
7
Using Program Converter
8
Starting a Sampling Operation
9
Using Sample Data Memory
10 Using the Graph Analysis Tools to Graph Data
11 Graph Analysis Tool Graph Screen Operations
All of the explanations provided here assume that you are already familiar
with the operating precautions, terminology, and operational procedures of
the calculator and the EA-200.
20021201

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  • Page 1 E-CON2 E-CON2 Overview Using the Setup Wizard Using Advanced Setup Using a Custom Probe Using the MULTIMETER Mode Using Setup Memory Using Program Converter Starting a Sampling Operation Using Sample Data Memory 10 Using the Graph Analysis Tools to Graph Data...
  • Page 2: E-Con2 Overview

    • 6(HELP) ... Displays E-CON2 help. • Pressing the K key (Setup Preview) or a cursor key while the E-CON2 main menu is on the screen displays a preview dialog box that shows the contents of the setup in the current setup memory area.
  • Page 3: Using The Setup Wizard

    Setup Wizard lets you make changes to the following three EA-200 basic sampling parameters using an interactive wizard format. • Sensor (Select Sensor): Specify a CASIO or VERNIER* sensor from a menu of choices. *Vernier Software & Technology • Total Sampling Time: Specify a value within the range of 0.01 second to 30 days.
  • Page 4 2. Press 1(Setup EA-200). This displays the “Setup EA-200” submenu. 3. Press b(Wizard). This displays the “Select Sensor” screen. 4. Press 1 to specify a CASIO sensor, or 2 to specify a Vernier sensor. Select the sensor you want from the menu of sensors that appears.
  • Page 5 7. Use number keys b through f to specify the unit for the value you specified in step 5. • When you select a unit, the Final Setup Wizard screen appears on the display. 8. Press number keys described below to specify what you want to do with the setup you have configured.
  • Page 6 Normally, the Setup Wizard helps you configure setups for sensors connected to the EA-200. If you select [CASIO] - [SPEAKR] - [Y=f(x)] on the “Select Sensor” screen, however, it configures the EA-200 to output the sound that corresponds to a function that you input and graph on the calculator.
  • Page 7 4. Select [CASIO] - f(SPEAKR) - c(Y=f(x)). This displays a screen like the one shown below. 5. Press w to advance to the View Window setting screen. • The following settings are configured automatically: Ymin = –1.5 and Ymax = 1.5. Do not change these settings.
  • Page 8 11.Input a percent value for the output frequency value you want. • To output the original sound as-is, specify 100%. To raise the original sound by one octave, input a value of 200%. To lower the original sound by one octave, input a value of 50%. 12.After inputting an output frequency value, press w.
  • Page 9: Using Advanced Setup

    The following procedure describes the general steps for using Advanced Setup. Refer to the pages as noted for more information. 1. Display the E-CON2 main menu (page 1-1). 2. Press 1(SETUP). This displays the “Setup EA-200” submenu. 3. Press c(Advan). This displays the Advanced Setup menu.
  • Page 10: Channel Setup

    • d(Trigger) ... Displays a screen for configuring sampling start (trigger) conditions. See “Trigger Setup” on page 3-6 for more information. • e(Graph) ... Displays a screen for configuring graph settings. See “Graph Setup” on page 3-8 for more information. •...
  • Page 11 Press a function key to display a menu of sensors that can be assigned to the selected channel. 1(CASIO) ... Displays a menu of CASIO sensors. 2(VERN) ... Displays a menu of Vernier sensors. 3(CSTM) ... Displays a menu of custom probes.
  • Page 12: Sample Setup

    k Sample Setup The Sample Setup screen lets you configure a number of settings that control sampling. u u u u u To configure Sample Setup settings 1. While the Advanced Setup menu (page 3-1) is on the display, press c(Sample). •...
  • Page 13 4. To change the number of samples setting, move the highlighting to “Number”. Next, press 1 to display a dialog box for specifying the number of samples. Important! • When all of the following conditions exist, a “Distance” setting appears in place of the “Number”...
  • Page 14: Trigger Setup

    k Trigger Setup Use the Trigger Setup screen to configure measurement start (trigger) conditions. u u u u u To configure Trigger Setup settings 1. While the Advanced Setup menu (page 3-1) is on the display, press d(Trigger). •This displays the Trigger Setup screen. 2.
  • Page 15 u u u u u To specify microphone sensitivity 1. Move the highlighting to “Sense” and then press one of the function keys describe below. To select this level of microphone sensitivity: Medium High 2. Press w to finalize Trigger Setup and return to the Advanced Setup menu (page 3-1). u u u u u To specify the trigger threshold value and trigger edge type Perform the following steps when “Fast”, “Normal”, or “Clock”...
  • Page 16: Graph Setup

    7. Press one of the function keys described below. To select this type of edge: Falling Rising 8. Press w to finalize Trigger Setup and return to the Advanced Setup menu (page 3-1). u u u u u To configure PhotoGate trigger start and end settings Perform the following steps when CH1 is selected as a Photogate trigger source.
  • Page 17 2. To change the graph source data name display setting, use the f and c cursor keys to move the highlighting to “Graph Func”. Next, press one of the function keys described below. To specify this graph source data name display setting: Display source data name Hide source data name •...
  • Page 18: Using A Custom Probe

    You can use the procedures in this section to configure a custom probe for use with the EA- 200. The term “custom probe” means any sensor other than the CASIO or Vernier sensors specified as standard for the E-CON2 Mode.
  • Page 19 (3) Unit Name Press 1(EDIT) to display a dialog box for inputting up to eight characters for the unit name. 6. Press wand then input a memory number (1 to 99). • This saves the custom probe setup and returns to the Custom Probe List, which should now contain the new custom probe setup you configured.
  • Page 20 • Next, the EA-200 calculates liner interpolation for the first set of values (reference and sampled), and the second set of values, and automatically inputs them for the slope and intercept values of the custom probe. The Edit Slope screen appears on the display with the new values.
  • Page 21: Using The Multimeter Mode

    5 Using the MULTIMETER Mode You can use the Channel Setup screen (page 3-2) to configure a channel so that EA200 MULTIMETER Mode sampling is triggered by a calculator operation. To use the MULTIMETER Mode u u u u u 1.
  • Page 22: Using Setup Memory

    • While the E-CON2 main menu (page 1-1) is on the display Performing the setup save operation while the E-CON2 main menu is on the display saves the contents of the current setup memory area (which were configured using Setup Wizard or Advanced Setup).
  • Page 23 “Complete!” appears. Press w to return to the final Setup Wizard screen (page 2-3). • If you start from the Advanced Setup menu (page 3-1) or the E-CON2 main menu (page 1-1), this saves the setup and returns to the setup memory list which includes the name you assigned it.
  • Page 24 4. Prepare the item whose data is to be sampled. 5. On the E-CON2 main menu (page 1-1), press 2(MEM) to display the setup memory list. 6. Use the f and c cursor keys to highlight the name of the setup you want.
  • Page 25 To delete setup data 1. On the E-CON2 main menu (page 1-1), press 2(MEM) to display the setup memory list. 2. Use the f and c cursor keys to highlight the name of the setup you want. 3. Press 4(DEL).
  • Page 26: Using Program Converter

    Program). • If the Advanced Setup menu (page 3-1) is on the display, press 4(PRGM). • If the E-CON2 main menu (page 1-1) is on the display, press 3(PRGM). • This displays the program name input screen. 2. Input the name you want to assign to the program.
  • Page 27 u To convert setup data to a program and transfer it to a CFX-9850 Series/ fx-7400 Series calculator 1. Connect the scientific calculator (CFX-9850 Series or fx-7400 Series) to the ALGEBRA- FX Series calculator. • Perform the necessary procedure on the scientific calculator to set it up to receive data. 2.
  • Page 28: Before Getting Started

    8 Starting a Sampling Operation The section describes how to use a setup configured using the E-CON2 Mode to start an EA-200 sampling operation. k Before getting started... Be sure to perform the following steps before starting sampling with the EA-200.
  • Page 29 • If the Advanced Setup menu (page 3-1) is on the display, press 1(START). • If the E-CON2 main menu (page 1-1) is on the display, press 4(START). • This sets up the EA-200 using the setup data in the current setup memory area.
  • Page 30 Starting a Sampling Operation 20021201...
  • Page 31: Using Sample Data Memory

    Performing an EA-200 sampling operation from the E-CON2 Mode causes sampled results to be stored in the “current data area” of E-CON2 memory. Separate data is saved for each channel, and the data for a particular channel in the current data area is called that channel’s “current data”.
  • Page 32 Press w to replace the existing data file, or i to return to the memory number input dialog box in Step 4. 6. To return to the E-CON2 main menu (page 1-1), press i twice. Note • You could select another data file besides a current data file in step 3 of the above procedure and save it under a different memory number.
  • Page 33 4. In response to the confirmation message that appears, press w to delete the data file. • To clear the confirmation message without deleting the data file, press i. • This returns to the Sampling Data List screen. 5. To return to the E-CON2 main menu (page 1-1), press i twice. 20021201...
  • Page 34: Using The Graph Analysis Tools To Graph Data

    Accessing Graph Analysis tools from the Graph Mode screen, which is displayed by pressing 5(GRPH) on the E-CON2 main menu (page 1-1) • The main menu appears after you perform a sampling operation. Press 5(GRPH) at that time.
  • Page 35 Using the Graph Analysis Tools to Graph Data 1. On the E-CON2 main menu (page 1-1), press 5(GRPH). • This displays the Graph Mode screen. 2. Press 3(MODE), and then select the analysis mode you want from the menu that appears.
  • Page 36 Using the Graph Analysis Tools to Graph Data • For details about Sampling Data List screen operations, see “9 Using Sample Data Memory”. 4. Turn on graphing for each of the graphs listed on the Graph Mode screen. a. On the Graph Mode screen, use the f and c cursor keys to select a graph, and then press 1(SEL) to toggle graphing on or off.
  • Page 37 Using the Graph Analysis Tools to Graph Data 7. On the Graph Mode screen, press 6(DRAW) or w. • This draws the graph(s) in accordance with the settings you configured in step 2 through step 6. • When a Graph screen is on the display, the function keys provide you with zooming and other capabilities to aid in graph analysis.
  • Page 38: Graph Analysis Tool Graph Screen Operations

    Graph Analysis Tool Graph Screen Operations 11 Graph Analysis Tool Graph Screen Operations This section explains the various operations you can perform on the graph screen after drawing a graph. You can perform these operations on a graph screen produced by a sampling operation, or by the operation described under “Selecting an Analysis Mode and Drawing a Graph”...
  • Page 39: Using Trace

    Graph Analysis Tool Graph Screen Operations Function Menu 2 Function Key Saves the currently displayed graph as a graphic image. You can recall a saved graph image and overlay it on another graph to compare them. For details about these procedures, see “5-4 Storing a Graph in Picture 1(PICT) Memory”...
  • Page 40: Using Zoom

    Graph Analysis Tool Graph Screen Operations 2. Use the d and e cursor keys to move the trace pointer along the graph to the location you want. • The coordinate values change in accordance with the trace pointer movement. • You can exit the trace pointer at any time by pressing i. To obtain the periodic frequency value u u u u u 1.
  • Page 41 Graph Analysis Tool Graph Screen Operations u u u u u To zoom the graph screen 1. On the graph screen, press 2(ZOOM). • This causes a magnifying glass cursor ( 2. Use the cursor keys to move the magnifying glass cursor to the location on the screen that you want at the center of the enlarged or reduced screen.
  • Page 42 Graph Analysis Tool Graph Screen Operations 4. Move the trace pointer to the end point of the range you want to convert to list data, and then press w. • This displays a dialog box for specifying the lists where you want to store the time data and the sampled data.
  • Page 43 Graph Analysis Tool Graph Screen Operations 4. Move the trace pointer to the end point of the range for which you want to perform Fourier series expansion, and then press w. • This displays a dialog box for specifying the lists where you want to store the time data and the sampled data.
  • Page 44 Graph Analysis Tool Graph Screen Operations k Performing Regression You can use the procedure below to perform regression for a range specified using the trace pointer. All of the following regression types are supported: 2VAR, Linear, Med-Med, Quadratic, Cubic, Quartic, Logarithmic, Exponential, Power, Sine, and Logistic. For details about these regression types, see page 6-3-5 of the manual that comes with the ALGEBRA FX2.0/FX1.0 calculator.
  • Page 45 Graph Analysis Tool Graph Screen Operations 6. Press 6(DRAW). • This draws a quadratic regression graph and overlays it over the original graph. • To delete the overlaid quadratic regression graph, press 3(SKTCH) and then b(Cls). k Overlaying a Y=f(x) Graph on a Sampled Result Graph Use the following procedure when you want to overlay a Y=f(x) graph on the sampled result graph.
  • Page 46 Graph Analysis Tool Graph Screen Operations Important! • The screenshot shown in step 4 above is of a function that was calculated and stored by performing regression on a graph that was drawn using sampled data. Note that overlaying a Y=f(x) graph on a sampled data graph does not automatically draw a regression graph based on sampled data.
  • Page 47 Graph Analysis Tool Graph Screen Operations 5. Press w. • This causes the magnifying glass to disappear and enters the zoom mode. • The cursor keys perform the following operations in the zoom mode. To do this: Enlarge the graph image horizontally Reduce the size of the graph image horizontally Enlarge the graph image vertically Reduce the size of the graph image vertically...
  • Page 48 Graph Analysis Tool Graph Screen Operations k Outputting a Specific Range of a Graph from the Speaker Use the following procedure to output a specific range of a sound data waveform graph from the speaker. To output a graph from the speaker u u u u u 1.
  • Page 49 Graph Analysis Tool Graph Screen Operations k Configuring View Window Parameters Pressing ! K (V-Window) while the graph screen is on the display displays a View Window function key menu along the bottom of the display. Press the function key that corresponds to the View Window parameter you want to configure. Function Key Automatically applies the following View Window parameters.

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