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    Riva Athena Dash Logger conversion question

    Anyone know in the dash logger software what formula and where it goes in order to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit as well as mbar to psi?

    Riva states it can be done but I am unsure where the formula's need to go and what they are in the software.


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    Here's how to change Celsius to Fahrenheit, I am still trying to get an idea on how to change mbar to psi. I have the formula but can't figure out where to put it in the logging software.

    Open the Gate software and click on "Setup Manager"


    You will see 3 sections "GPS Channels", "System Channels" and "Can Channels". Next to "Can Channels" you will see a "+". Click on this "+" sign.

    This will open "Can" 1 through 10.

    Go down and click on "Can 6" (TH20) This will open a window on the right side of the page. At the bottom of the left side of this page is "Unit" ONLY HIGHLIGHT THE "C" and change to "F". When this is done click the bottom of the page and hit "Calibrate Channel"

    You will now see a calibration page. Under "Y1" You will want to change the value to (-140.000000) When this is changed you will click "OK"

    Now, go to "CAN 7" (TAIR) Click on "CAN 7" This will open a window on the right side of the page. At the bottom of the left side of this page is "Unit" ONLY HIGHLIGHT THE "C" and change to "F". When this is done click the bottom of the page and hit "Calibrate Channel"

    You will now see a calibration page. Under "Y1" You will want to change the value to (-140.000000) When this is changed you will click "OK"

    Now, go to "CAN 8" (TEXMAN) Click on "CAN 8" This will open a window on the right side of the page. At the bottom of the left side of this page is "Unit" ONLY HIGHLIGHT THE "C" and change to "F". When this is done click the bottom of the page and hit "Calibrate Channel"

    You will now see a calibration page. Under "Y1" You will want to change the value to (-140.000000) When this is changed you will click "OK"

    Leave the page on the screen you are in after the last value you have make. This has changed the values. So now you will need to save the changes.

    In the page open in "Setup Manager" hit "File" then "Save As" give the file any name you wish to give it. As long as you can find the file to upload it to the Dash (Data) logger in the next step.

    You are now ready to upload the file you have now made changes to.

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    I'm not sure how to change the actual MAP channel from absolute pressure in mbar to psi. but for viewing log files I did create a math channel to convert the MAP channel into a true boost reading in psi.
    Open GATE,
    Go to channels bar,
    Click on Add math. Add the following math MAP/68.9475728-14.696.

    What this actually means is; "MAP" (MAP Channel data), "/" (divided by), "68.9475728" (Number of millibar in 1 psi), "-" (Minus), "14.696" (Standard barometric pressure of the earths atmosphere), which must be subtracted from the data to get a true boost reading.

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