Jim Mimlitz

Jim Mimlitz, SCADAmetrics

A new application note has been posted to scadametrics.com that describes how to set up one of the EtherMeter’s analog input channels to collect temperature data from a thermistor:


This type of application could be particularly useful in building automation and industrial control applications where full use of the EtherMeter’s auxiliary I/O channels could potentially save the integrator from the necessity of adding a full-featured controller.

Each EtherMeter contains 2 meter input channels (Each provides totalization and flow-rate), 2 analog input channels (4-20mA or 0-5V), and 3 digital I/O channels.

Thermistor Demonstration Panel. AIN1 = 52.13%, Which Corresponds To 9183 Ohms (Thermistor) And 80.5 degF.

Jim Mimlitz

About Jim Mimlitz

Licensed Professional Electrical Engineer @ SCADAmetrics. Specialties: Connecting Flow Meters with SCADA, Telemetry, and Building Automation Systems. Electronic Circuit Design, Software Development.

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