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NetDevil

Just like to thank you NetDevil for writing this macro. I've used it successfully for a year or so with a sketch to measure the Ah capacity of lead-acid batteries with an arduino. Should have thanked you earlier. I found macros quite tricky to write so karma to you.
Hi ianthetraveller,
thank you very much for feedback :) I really enjoy getting to know the projects people are doing with PLX DAQ. This is what inspires me the most with Arduino, everyone can become a creator. Good luck with your project!




Hey NetDevil, Thanks a lot for the updates. I am trying to add more sensor values into different columns but am unable to do that. Do you have any suggestions for that.
Hi Vik,
you can easily add multiple values in your DATA command like this: Serial.println( (String) "DATA,date,time," + value1 + "," + value2 + "," + value3); There are multiple examples of it within this thread as well as in the BeginnersGuide I guess. Have fun :)


moneill717

Does anyone know how to get this working with a Mac? The ports for the Arduino are not listed in the same way "/dev/cu.usbmodem143101" etc. rather than "COM4" etc.

NetDevil

Does anyone know how to get this working with a Mac? The ports for the Arduino are not listed in the same way "/dev/cu.usbmodem143101" etc. rather than "COM4" etc.
Hi Moneill717,
thanks for posting your question of the PM in the board as well :) Sadly there has never been a Mac user who reported back on possibilites. Last guess I had was here to modify the settings sheet to force using the port: https://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=437398.msg3397276#msg3397276
Please keep me / us updated in case you have any success :)

Greetings

Jonathan

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