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Math channel

Post by grunf1976 » Sat Nov 19, 2016 7:39 pm

I have a problem entering a math channel. when I want to do crank math channel I go Tools-math channel-create-next-advanced,as instructed here topic11511.html , and as soon as I enter crank I get ivalid formula sign at the corner of input screen
Am I doing something wrong?

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Re: Math channel

Post by Dave Hill » Sat Nov 19, 2016 8:44 pm

Back to the maths channel issue though, there really is enough information available, if you have the inclination to look & have a mess about.

For instance, if you look at the link that Liteace included, there is a psdata file that is available to download. This psdata file includes the relevant "RPM / frequency" maths channel, which (as has been mentioned) it is possible to export & then import into your own maths channel collection. There really is no need for any specialised knowledge in order to make this work.

I will go on record here & state that I too struggle with these maths channel formulae (I am not a natural mathematician), but Pico do give us "thicko's" a leg up I think.

I should also add that, I do wish that Pico would try to avoid making things like this, so cryptic. Most mechanics / technicians that I know, are not rocket scientists & these useful functions should be made available to us, without the drama (see my Pico feature request post topic14691.html )

Good evening gentlemen.


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Re: Math channel

Post by STC » Sat Nov 19, 2016 8:49 pm


Just sent you a PM

Hope that helps.

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