Course Date
14th & 15th September

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Oscilloscope Masterclass - Brief Description

This course will take an occasional scope user through a journey of discovery. It will build upon your existing base level of knowledge and experience and equip you with the skills required to nail those difficult diagnostic jobs with ease.

The course makes use of the Pico, Bosch and Snap-on range of oscilloscopes and covers a very wide range of diagnostic techniques and processes.


Course Content

  • Oscilloscope Diagnostics 100% 100%
  • Fault Diagnosis Techniques 75% 75%
  • Hands On 70% 70%
  • Component Fault Detection 60% 60%
  • Multi-channel Relational Diagnosis 50% 50%
  • Advanced Diagnostics 45% 45%
  • In cylinder & Pressure Diagnosis 40% 40%
  • Amp Clamp & Current Ramping 20% 20%
* Percentages shown are an estimate of the content based on a typical course.

More Detailed Information

Oscilloscope Masterclass will make the difference between diagnosing faults and not! This highly practical course will take you through our unique approach to fault finding a wide range of systems, such as Common Rail Diesel, Petrol Engine Management, Ignition Systems, CAN Bus (testing overview) and a vast array of other vehicle components. We will build your skills, knowledge and experience to an advanced user level.

Everything we cover on this course has a direct link to the practical aspect of diagnosing and fixing vehicles. You’ll get hands on with a wide range of vehicle systems, components as well as the latest scope and associated measurement devices (such as pressure transducers, current clamps and analytical software).

Come on this course and supercharge your oscilloscope diagnosis & fault finding skills.

During the course you will cover

  • Triggers and Advanced Triggers.
  • Masks and Alarms.
  • Buffer and Buffer sorting.
  • Bandwidth and sample rates.
  • Relationship component testing – two, three and four channels.
  • Ignition Systems.
  • Amps, Microamps, wideband O2 sensors, active wheel speed sensors.
  • In-cylinder Pressure Analysis.
  • Exhaust pressure pulses.
  • Waveform interpretation and analytic software.