Originally Posted by Poolside
If I remember, the first column in the output .csv file from the GS-911 is a time stamp, and I think it's a system time stamp generated at the PC not from the GS-911. The number is a large integer and I don't remember the minimum resolution ...
Thanks. Turns out the GS-911 has a special mode for logging the O2 plot. It's not an oscilloscope but still efective. Enough samples to monitor the operation, the results quite good.
The 911 is a very handy tool for monitoring the electronics, and preety easy to learn.
Now before the snow flies here its time to ride and enjoy the new performance and then on to a spline lube ...