I'm trying to create math channel to display wheel speed in km/h.
My sensor trigger wheel has 48 teeth so with freq(A)/48*60 i get rounds per minute and that function works.
But to put it into km/h I need to multiply that with wheel circumference which for 205/55R16 tyre is 1985mm.
Result will be in mm/minutes but i need to convert it to km/h. 1985mm/minutes equals 0.1191 km/h.
So my formula should look like this: freq(A)/48*60*0,1191 but that doesn't work for me. I get this result:
Also tried this one: freq(A)/48*7,146 (60*0,1191=7,146) and this gives bit different results but still not ok.
If i use integer [ freq(A)/48*7 ] then i get correct results but since it's rounded i can't get accurate enough.
I tried using . instead of , but get red error or pico crashes. Also tried parentheses in several ways but no success. What i'm doing wrong and is it possible to use numbers with . or , ?
Also tried formula listed in http://www.picotech.com/picoscope6-maths-channels.html
but get red X.