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Omega OM-240 Owner Manual
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OM240
Linear & Polynomial Conversion
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AIM OF THIS MANUAL
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HOW TO CONFIGURE THE CONVERSION
LINEAR CONVERSION
EXAMPLE OF LINEAR CONVERSION (C≠1)
Fields compilation on datalogger
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POLYNOMIAL CONVERSION
EXAMPLE OF POLYNOMIAL CONVERSION WITH A 3rd DEGREE POLYNOMIAL
EXAMPLE OF POLYNOMIAL CONVERSION WITH A 2nd DEGREE POLYNOMIAL
SUBTRACTION OF THE ZERO READING
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AIM OF THIS MANUAL
The aim of this manual is to explain how to insert the values of linear and polynomial conversion in the OM-240/OM-400/OM-500, from now on indicated simply as “data logger”.
These values are used to convert the acquired readings from electrical unit (mA, Volt, digit,
HZ, ecc…) to engineering unit (kPa, mm, etc.…)
HOW TO CONFIGURE THE CONVERSION
NOTE: this procedure is applicable to local channels and multiplexer channels (multiplexer
only for data logger)
To set up the conversion mode (linear or polynomial) the user has to:
§ open the configuration page of the channel you want to set up.
LINEAR CONVERSION
The formula used by OM-240/OM-400/OM-500 is:
X*C+Z
X = current reading (electrical unit)
C = instrument sensitivity
Z = zero reading (or installation reading)
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Selecting the entry “Linear”, the following fields are enabled:
- Zero Reading (Z)
- Sensitivity (C)
Sensitivity (C): is the sensitivity indicated in the calibration report of the instrument in the
following format
in menu “Conversion”, select the kind of conversion you want to do between:
- Linear
- Polynomial
NOTE: To subtract the zero reading (as is normally done), multiply the value to “-1”
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EXAMPLE OF LINEAR CONVERSION (C≠1)
INSTALLATION READING: 8961 [digit]
instrument calibration report”
The fields on datalogger web page are configured as follows:
“in our example we used the zero reading of the
If data logger has to acquire a value of 7608 digit, the user will obtain this result:
S (FROM SENSOR CALIBRATION REPORT): -2006.66974 [digit/MPa]
Fields compilation on data logger
Zero Reading [Z]:
Sensitivity [C]: -0.00049834 [MPa/digit]
Please, notice that the “Sensitivity [C]”, in case of some sensors calibration report is “ 1/S”
that is:
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EXAMPLE OF LINEAR CONVERSION (C=1)
POLYNOMIAL CONVERSION
Installation reading: 8961 [digit] “in our example we used the reading of the instrument
certificate”
S (from sensor calibration report): -2006. 66974 [digit/MPa]
The formula is expressed as follows:
AX3 + BX2 + CX + D − Ez
Where X is the actual reading in electrical unit.
§ Selecting the entry “Polynomial” the following fields are enabled:
- Poly.Coeff. A
- Poly.Coeff. B
Fields compilation on data logger
Zero Reading [Z]: -8961 (digit) --- the zero reading in electrical unit is inserted
Sensitivity [C]: 1
--- the value 1 is inserted in order to NOT realized the conversion
- Poly.Coeff. C
- Poly.Coeff. D
- Zero Reading. Ez
The fields on data logger web page are configured as follows:
§ The polynomial coefficient of conversion are indicated on instrument calibration report.
If data logger acquires a value of 8961 digit, that is identical to the zero reading, we will
obtain this result:
If data logger acquires a value of 7000 digit, we will obtain the following result:
“-1961 digit” is the difference between the zero reading and the actual reading.
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EXAMPLE OF POLYNOMIAL CONVERSION WITH A 3rd DEGREE POLYNOMIAL
§ In case the instrument certificate envisages a 3rd degree polynomial, the coefficients have
to be compiled as follows:
- Poly.Coeff. A: 2.597e-07
- Poly.Coeff. B: -9.236e-06
- Poly.Coeff. C: 1.096e-02
- Poly.Coeff. D: -1.306e-01
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EXAMPLE OF POLYNOMIAL CONVERSION WITH A 2nd DEGREE POLYNOMIAL
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In case the instrument certificate envisages a 2nd degree polynomial, the coefficients
have to be compiled as follows:
- Poly.Coeff. A: 0
- Poly.Coeff. B: -1.960e-09
- Poly.Coeff. C: -4.699e-04
- Poly.Coeff. D: 4.368e+00
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WARRANTY/DISCLAIMER
SUBTRACTION OF THE ZERO READING
To subtract the zero reading (or installation reading), in case of 3rd or 2nd degree polynomial conversion, do as follows:
§ set up the polynomial coefficients as described in the previous pages
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do an acquisition with data logger. The read value is the installation reading,
expressed in engineering unit.
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Fill the value in the field
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