MX014 - Speaking Volt Meter

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MX014 - Speaking Volt Meter

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Thanks for the post

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I tried to make Speaking Volt Meter with FC 5.5.2.1 and using a PIC. Appendix is my tryout which doesn’t work. I don’t understand how to do this mentioned in description:
Note if you are using a PIC then you will have t use the conversion function from the calculation icon properties.
Thanks Benj great article. Thanks for sharing it.

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Hi Jukka,
I believe Ben is referring to conversion of Floats to bytes. (float2Int function)
If that is the case then on the calculation box you will see icons labeled 'fx' and 'f$'
Just click 'fx' and select float2Int function.

If your project is not working, can you give more details of what aspect is not working?

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