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Its-90 Thermocouple Direct And Inverse Polynomials

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Posted 28 March 2007 - 06:30 PM

Hi, all you ClassPad fans! :)

I've started writing functions to translate EMF (in microvolts) to temperature (in deg. C) and vice-versa. I've got J and K type thermocouples done, and will be doing others. (Probably types T, E, R and S, at least.) I'm writing them as functions, so they can be used in the Main application as well as in programs and other places.

What I was wondering is this- Is this something others would be interested in? I really don't want to upload something nearly noone else would need. No sense in cluttering up the file areas with esoteric things no one will use. If others do have interest, I might even write an interface to make using the conversions easier and prettier. But if I'm just working on these things for myself, there's no need.

Please let me know!

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