A way to do good precision resistance measurements with the DrDAQ follows
Glovisol wrote:A way to do good precision resistance measurements with the DrDAQ follows
Glovisol wrote:2) Pay attention at how the scaling list is made. Number too big in the "Scaled" sometimes make trouble. For instance the Picolog display would go up to 30,000, but not to 40,000. It was simple to change from Ohm to KOhm and use decimal places to solve this. If one value spacing does not work, try another.
4) IF IT DOES NOT WORK OR GETS CRAZY, MOST LIKELY YOU HAVE SOME ROT IN THE HD AND/OR PICOLOG IS CORRUPTED AND YOU MUST DO YOUR CLEANING HOMEWORK.
Notes=LM35CZ Temperature sensor
Notes=Temperature in Fahrenheit from LM35CZ
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