I’ve just started using the OTII - first impressions are very good though it took me a good 5 minutes to realise that the I had to enable output by turning on the Arc “power switch” slider. The default black/grey color scheme on the windows application doesn’t really draw attention to this when it’s off. Perhaps you could make it red when off or style it in some way to make it a bit more obvious that it’s there!
The charting is very nice - a couple of ideas for improvement…
let me force 0mA as the minimum value on the y-axis - so I can get a better idea of the scale of variations.
The energy calculation across a selected period is a nice feature. It would be even more useful if I could drag both left and right cursors together while maintaining the time/distance between them. This would be useful when looking at traces where the current consumption is mostly constant but were there are periodic spikes. By dragging the entire selection window I can compare the energy spend in 3 ms of the ‘flat’ section with the energy spend in 3ms that contains the ‘spike’ and therefore get an idea of how much energy the spike is costing over and above the constant portion.
Being able to compare multiple recordings is a nice feature. I know you can manually align these by adjusting the offset but it would be even better if you could just drag them relative to each other on the chart window.