[volt-nuts] Temperature sensor
shalimr9 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 16 18:12:27 EDT 2016
These questions come up regularly. It is much much much easier to average
it in software after the fact, then you can apply the filtering you want or
try different ones.
Look at this temperature graph (it takes a while to load, there is a lot of
data) (yes, it may even take longer than that):
The number in the bottom left corner of the graph is the moving average,
change it to smaller or bigger to see how much filtering you want.
On Wed, Mar 16, 2016 at 3:22 PM, Mike S <mikes at flatsurface.com> wrote:
> On 3/16/2016 3:19 PM, Joseph Gray wrote:
> > I would like to shield
> > the sensors from direct air currents due to AC and heating system.
> Because that's not really making it colder or warmer? :-)
> Sounds like you want a moving average, so you don't see the sudden
> changes, even when they exist. Add some thermal mass to the sensor. Easy
> way: waterproof it (epoxy, Plasti-Dip, etc.) and stick it in a bottle of
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