What is Pico Labs?
Pico Labs is a showcase of our latest software releases. These are beta releases that we are still fine–tuning. They are only available to existing users who want to upgrade their Pico products.
What is a ‘beta release’ and should I use it?
Everything available from Pico Labs has been thoroughly tested by us, however it is not possible for us to test the software under all conditions. By giving you the option of using the beta release we are often able to uncover problems that we were unable to discover during our in–house testing. If you choose to install and use the beta software you should expect to run into bugs. These bugs may range in severity from minor features that don’t work to problems that may cause your PC to crash. Before choosing to use a beta release you should decide whether the benefit of the new features in a beta release outweighs the risk of program instability.
Tell us what you think
We would like to hear from you if you experience any problems using our beta releases or if you have any suggestions for improvements.
PicoScope / PicoScope Automotive R6.8.1
Released: 10 May 2013
- Download PicoScope R6.8.1 (31.7 MiB)
- Download PicoScope Education R6.7.19 (28.76 MiB)
- Download PicoScope Automotive R6.8.1 (63.7 MiB)
- Download the PicoScope user manual for this release (3.4 MiB)
There are currently no beta releases of PicoLog. Please download your copy of PicoLog from the main Pico website.
EnviroMon Data Generator
Released: 3 July 2009
The EnviroMon Data Generator allows you to extract data by a few simple clicks and without having to go into the EnviroMon software.
Please note: You may also need to download the .NET 2 framework, as the program is written in C#. The program works with Windows XP and Vista.
At Pico we were one of the first test and measurement companies to provide Linux drivers. We hope that these new drivers for PicoScope USB Oscilloscopes demonstrates our continued commitment to the Linux platform.
Updated: 25 June 2012
64–bit Linux Drivers
We now have 64–bit Linux drivers for PicoScope 2000, 3000* and 5000 Series USB Oscilloscopes.
These drivers are only suitable for 64–bit versions of Linux. The RPMs have been tested using 64–bit Fedora 8.0.
- Download the 64–bit PS5000 Linux driver
- Download the 64–bit PS2000/PS3000* Linux driver (available from the main Pico website)
- Let us know what you think about these drivers
* The PicoScope 3000 A and B models are not currently supported, only the original PicoScope 3000 Series models are supported.
Raspberry Pi Drivers
Raspberry Pi® is the tiny computer that is making a big name for itself. Originally designed as a cheap computer for kids to use to develop their programming skills, this ARM GNU/Linux based computer is rapidly becoming the choice for kids of all ages.
Updated: 25 June 2012
Our USB DrDAQ Raspberry Pi driver allows you to use your USB DrDAQ Data Logger with your Raspberry Pi. C++ example code is included.
Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.