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Picolog graph vertical scale #2

Postby memorris » Thu Jul 10, 2008 4:43 pm

Like Rob Carter before me (April 15th 2008) I too have problems with the vertical scale of the graph function not displaying beyond about 3.5V when scaling has been applied to give real voltage values. The signals I monitor are from 0V to either 3v3, 5v0 or 24V.

How do I get the graph vertical scale to show >3.5V?

I attach my plw file, though zipped to reduce size.

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Martin
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Postby picojohn » Fri Jul 11, 2008 1:12 pm

Martin,

Could you attach your .pls file.

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Postby memorris » Fri Jul 11, 2008 4:54 pm

Please find .pls file attached in .zip since .pls not allowed!

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Postby picojohn » Tue Jul 15, 2008 9:56 am

Martin,

It has not been possible to view your settings from within PicoLog, however, inspection of the file would indicate that the 'scaling for graphs' setting may be the cause of this behaviour:

Please go to 'Settings' > 'Input channels' and select 'Edit' > 'options', after selecting the channel to be edited.
From 'parameter options', ensure that 'scaling for graphs' reflects the range that is required and, ensure that the appropriate numerical manipulation is defined under the 'scaling' tab.

You will find an explanation of how to define any of the above parameters by clicking on the context sensitive Help tab within any settings panel.

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