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Thread: G force measurements V300 logger transverse orriented

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    Default G force measurements V300 logger transverse orriented

    Hi Guys,

    I have a V300 logger that I could not mount in the proper direction due to lack of space. So currently it is rotated 90 degrees, still mounted flat and has the connector to the right side. Idea is to utilize the Lateral G sensor as the Accel G meter. However the data I measure is incorrect and I think it has to do with the calibration. I currently have it set 2.5 will become 0 and 5 will become 6. Do I need an alternate calibration?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: G force measurements V300 logger transverse orriented

    Sir,

    Unfot the orientation that you have your logger in you are unable to flip the g meters. If you have it upside down and spun 180 degrees you would be able to invert it. You can not turn a lateral g meter to a accel g meter. If you change the way you have it mounted you would just need to make the raw data value b -2.5 instead of 2.5.

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