signal level for pulse width measurement

Hello

I am able the pulse width with the meter M6251 (CI pulse width)

I understand that the digital input works on the TTL levels (0, low 8V 2, 4V high).

Can you say exactly in which the level of signal pulse width is measured?

Thank you

Ralf

In fact, the transition from low to high (or vice versa) is located in between 0.8V and 2.2V.  It is not specced exactly where it will be (although you'd be able to get a better idea, if you have an analog source, you can slowly increase until you see line status change).

This is why the fast rise time are important to accurately measure the digital signals.

Best regards

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