We are using a TC08 and Picolog 6 software to test the temperature rise of our system. We are interested in the point where the system reaches thermal equilibrium and the temperature readings all plateau.
The standards we apply to our equipment design define the equilibrium point as a rate of change of less than 1C/hour.
I had hoped that we could use the math channel to perform a derivative function with respect to time but this doesn't appear to be possible.
Is it? And if so how is it achieved?
Thanks in advance!
Temperature rate of change
Re: Temperature rate of change
Hi
There is currently not an option in the maths channels of PicoLog 6 to do derivative on data.
I have raised this feature request with our development team
Neil
There is currently not an option in the maths channels of PicoLog 6 to do derivative on data.
I have raised this feature request with our development team
Neil
Neil
Technical Support Engineer
Technical Support Engineer
Re: Temperature rate of change
I would second the request for a derivative function in Picolog. I would also suggest the addition of averaging to cover all channels as an option, along with a selectable sample count to use for the averaging.
Re: Temperature rate of change
Another vote to include a temperature rate of change (derivative) feature in the math channel. Thanks!

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Re: Temperature rate of change
And another vote for a rate of change function