Example Menta Programming using a STR as Setpoint adjustment to an Xenta I/O Module
- Adjustable 10k Thermostats
Interfacing a STR to Xenta I/O
Program an Analog Input to a Universal Input of an I/O Module
Click on the HFB above to download this .MTA file.
The Expression Block is taking the hard coded -9 to 9 input and making it adjustable from the front end.
In simulation with a Calibrated Range of 5 the following setpoint results are produced:
Note: This example is for a non-linear input, with a setpoint adjust of +/-9.
For a metric calculation, use a setpoint adjust of +/-5 and change the calculation in the expression block to A*B/10.