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      Anonymous
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      Just got my Mooshimeter in the mail. I noticed that when testing the leads for continuity/resistance, I get a reading of 2.6 ohms. Tried different leads – same reading. Tested the leads on a different meter – 0 ohms. Is my new meter out of calibration? I’m expecting a 0 ohms reading when connecting the leads together.

    • #19674 Reply
      Anonymous
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      Its only supposed to work with over 20 ohms:
      https://moosh.im/mooshimeter/specs/

      But, you could zero your leads and get better results:
      https://moosh.im/wiki/index.php/Small_Resistance_Measurements

    • #19675 Reply
      Anonymous
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      Ah ha. I completely missed that 20 ohm low spec when I was reading through the specifications. Just wanted to make sure that it was operating as intended. I’m sure I’ll have more questions as I play with the device and learn it. Any pointers on the quickest way to get a line graph from the logged data? I know how to do it with excel, but I was curious if someone knew of a faster way to see the data preferably on the phone.

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      Anonymous
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      Fastest way to graph is the graph mode. It is ~live after all. And you could log at the same time. I have taken screenshots to save graphs few times, but that’s quite limited and a bit ghetto way to do things :D

      There are more examples:
      https://moosh.im/wiki/index.php/Processing_Mooshimeter_Logs

      http://mooshigraph.strcmp.org/ <– and that one should do the trick, even on a phone.

      Mooshimeter-wiki actually answers to most of our questions from this forum.. There could (and should) be more content, but at least now it is easy to read completely. I’ll try to check here when i have free time, but as i’m not a native in english, it takes time to write understandable answers. And when we start to talk about measurements, answers should be safe to follow, even with language barriers on both sides. So, it’s mostly safer and faster to check if wiki has the answer and if it doesn’t, or it just raises more questions, then it might be worth it to wait a day or two for someone to notice the question and try to help.

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