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If the AC source MUST be floating. Connect the scope ground to the junction of diac and R2 or R3 depending which you are using. Connect the Y channel (voltage) to the top of the diac and the X channel (current) to the AC GND. Invert the X channel to get the correct polarities. This will display the IV curve on the scope.
Yes i run the espirement inThe oscilloscope is connected as in my drawings in the simulator. Where are the oscilloscopes? It would be interesting to compare!
yesWith those connections CH1 should be X and CH2 should be Y on the 'scope display.
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