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    Default Infrared Temp Sensor

    Can anyone give guidance on how this is setup in V4? Calibration table is high to low 392-32, and voltage at bottom 0-4.5 Is this where I start? Thanks in advance.
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    In the instructions, it states the output voltage:
    "1 volts = 77°F (25°C), 4.5 volts = 392°F (200°C)"
    The output is linear (straight line) in the input setup. Andrew
    IG @projectgattago

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    Gotcha. I thought I needed to start at 0 volts (32° is what I found), so then just put volts in the bottom table and the degrees in the top, low to high or high to low? Thanks in advance!
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    Since you know the slope, and the Y intercept, you can derive the equation of that line and use Excel to general the numbers on that line, precisely. But yes, that looks pretty good. Andrew
    IG @projectgattago

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    I'll know this weekend. Just trying to prep. I'll let y'all know for sure. Thanks again.

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