chilehed wrote:.....and tried to use Window Dropout so it would trigger when the voltage stuck between 4.5 and 5.5 V for more than 10 seconds (indicating that the engine had stopped for that long), but nothing happens when that condition is met. So unless I can get that to work I'll just keep sticking my head out the door every 20 minutes or so to check on it.
chilehed wrote:I still haven't solved the end-of-sampling issue: I can't be there when the event occurs. I need sampling to stop when the voltage goes high and stays there longer than 5 seconds. The half-minute before that is what I need to capture, and it might be days before the event happens.
chilehed wrote:Mike, thanks for your help. Yes, I've been unclear. What I need is an ending trigger, that is, as soon as the voltage stays high for 5 seconds I need to capture the data that's already been recorded: the previous 30 seconds or so.
chilehed wrote:Thanks Mike, the Window Dropout looks like it's just what I need.
Funny, I'm certain that I had tried it previously with no success... I guess I must've screwed it up somehow. Oh well.
AuthorMike wrote:...Sounds an interesting test, why not do a case study?
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