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Heat a tub of water to 100 deg C (boiling), place the sensor and thermometer in the water and allow it to cool down to room temperature. If you want to go below room temperature then you can add ice to the water after room temperature is reached. While it is cooling you will read the A/D value at each temperature interval.

  • 1.

    Click on the 100 Deg C column of the calibration table.

  • 2.

    Wait until the thermometer reads 100 Deg C

  • 3.

    Press the Accept Reading Button to write the A/D value into the table.

  • 4.

    Click on the 90 Deg C column of the calibration table.

  • 5.

    Wait until the thermometer reads 90 Deg C.

  • 6.

    Press the Accept Reading Button again to write the A/D value into the table.

  • 7.

    Repeat this pattern until you have calibrated the desired temperature range.

If you could not obtain a reading for every temperature column then you can make an educated guess as to what the A/D value should be for the un-calibrated columns by studying the number pattern of the calibrated columns. ie: If you see that the A/D number increases by 100 for every 10 degrees in temperature increase then you could guess that the A/D value at 110 Deg should be 100 greater than the value at 100 Deg. You can then type this number in the 110 deg column.

Press the Save Calibration File button to save your new calibration table. A dialog box will appear allowing you to enter a file name before you press the Save button. If a calibration table with the same name already exists then it will be over-written.

You can also download the new table to the ECU by pressing the Write to ECU button.

To see the current A/D value without writing it to the table press the Read A to D Button.

Stinger 4 instruction manual version 2.0

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