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MS_HKD

Hi @ all,

after reading the PLX DAQ manual and trying a couple of things I still can't send the temperature data of my MAX31855 to an Excel sheet.

I am completely new to this technique as well and I would like to know: How do I tell the Arduino to send the temperature to Excel finally? I always got a "c" constantly in my temperature column...

I would be very thankful for any advice!

Best regards,

Mario


PaulS

Pictures of code are useless. I won't even bother opening such a picture. Try again.
The art of getting good answers lies in asking good questions.

MS_HKD


NetDevil

Hi Mario,

as already written by PaulS please post code in your message using the code tags ( => "[ code]put your code here [/ code]" <= use without whitespaces between "code" and "[" and "]" to work)

Nevertheless I looked at your code in the picture and your problem is that you have not posted the variable "c" to PLX DAQ but the string "C" hardcoded.

Simply use

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Serial.println( (String) "DATA,DATE,TIME," + c );

and it should work

Greetings!

PaulS

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Simply use

Code: [Select]

Serial.println( (String) "DATA,DATE,TIME," + c );



and it should work
You could quit pissing away resources by using two Serial methods.

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Serial.print("DATA,DATE,TIME,");
Serial.println(c);
The art of getting good answers lies in asking good questions.

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