CSV Number of entries

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Torque
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CSV Number of entries

Post by Torque » Tue Jan 26, 2021 8:22 am

Hello Matt,

I'm trying to import a table I've created for my IAT sensor (range about 90C)

Is there a limit for the number of columns in the (to be imported) CSV file?
I got around 90 .. (could reduce if necessary)

My table (csv) starts at '188' (for 4C) and ends at '824' (90) would I need a (dummy) '0' and '1023' entry?

As I understand it you only get the a 10bit (1024) value via MTS chain and do the conversion based on the lookup table?

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Re: CSV Number of entries

Post by Matt » Wed Jan 27, 2021 9:42 pm

It would be best to 'cap' the 0 and 1023 inputs from the innovate unit. Maybe set them the same as your min/max there

I cannot remember limit of enties, but something large like 1000

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Re: CSV Number of entries

Post by Torque » Wed Jan 27, 2021 10:54 pm

Ok, thanks Matt .. you're doing interpolation 'between' those values?

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Re: CSV Number of entries

Post by Matt » Sun Jan 31, 2021 10:24 pm

Yes there is linear interpolation between the values

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