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• Note that the above options appear only when real-time sampling is turned on (by
pressing 1(YES) for the Real-Time item).
(4) Filter Settings (Filter)
• 1 (None) ....... No setting
• 2 (S-G) ......... S-G Smoothing
b(5-p): 5-point c(9-p): 9-point d(17-p): 17-point e(25-p): 25-point • 3 (MED) ....... Median Filter
b(3-p): 3-point c(5-p): 5-point • Note that the above options appear only when real-time sampling is turned off (by
pressing 2(NO) for the Real-Time item).
3. After all the settings are the way you want, press w to return to the Advanced Setup
menu. u To configure a custom probe
You can use the procedures in this section to configure a custom probe* 1 for use with the
EA-100. Creating a New Custom Probe Configuration
To configure a custom probe, you must input values for the constants of the fixed linear
transformation formula (ax + b). The required constants are slope ( a) and intercept (b).
x in the above expression (ax + b) is the sampled voltage value (sampling range: 0 to 5
You can use either of the two following procedures to create a new custom probe
configuration while creating an EA-100 setup using Advanced Setup. * 1 The term “custom probe” means any sensor
other than the CASIO or VERNIER sensors
specified as standard for the E-CON Mode.
EA-100 Setup • To configure a custom probe starting from the Advanced Setup menu
1. From the E-CON main menu, press 1 (SETUP) and then c(Advan) to display the
Advanced Setup menu.
• See “Creating an EA-100 Setup Using Advanced Setup” on page 4-2-4 for more
2. On the Advanced Setup menu, press f(Custom Probe) to display the Custom Probe List. • The message “No Custom Probe” appears if the Custom Probe List is empty.
3. Press 2(NEW).
• This displays the screen for inputting the name of the new custom probe.
4. Input up to 18 characters for the custom probe name, and then press w .
• This displays the screen for configuring a new custom probe. 5. Use the function key operation...
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2013 for the course EE 410 taught by Professor Ertuğruleriş during the Spring '13 term at Istanbul Kültür Üniversitesi.
- Spring '13