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MDAS – General Instructions Webnotes Before you read this please use the interactive sites A How do I ... Add a Sensor @ and A How do I ... Calibrate a Sensor using a File @ . The information below focuses on showing the different screens, menus and lists that appear as the system is set up for the experiments you will use other than Spectrophotometry and Electrochemistry. There is also a separate file that covers graphing. The main MicroLab screen is shown below. Look at the six different sections: three on the left, one on the top right and two on the bottom right. The titles and labels indicate what each section is used for. To add a sensor, click on the A Add Sensor @ button in the Data Sources/Variables area (top left). A screen appears showing the front of the MicroLab unit and a blue area under the heading A Sensor @ . Click on the blue area to get a list of the sensors. As an example, these instructions will give the steps to set up the system to measure temperature and time. To set up a thermometer, click on A Thermometer (thermistor) @ . On the picture of the front of the MicroLab unit there will be three areas with red lines around them showing the inputs that are available for a thermistor probe (see next page for picture). The thermistor
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