while ((crossCount < wavelengths) && ((millis()-start)<timeout))
using emon lib and
emon1.calcVI(20,2000); // Calculate all. No.of wavelengths, time-out
emon1.serialprint(); // Print out all variables
but including some diagnostic prints i see:
crosses 20, measuring time 202, samples 564
crosses 0, measuring time 2001, samples 5643
in a 50Hz country 1 sinus is 20ms,
i think with 20 crosses we measure 20 half-wave, 10 sinus only. ( 200 ms ) ( 2820 Hz samplerate?)
i remember that in old version EMON used 3000 samples ( about 53 sinus )
can this pls be checked in software and verified with proper measuring hardware?
but not a real problem because "20" is adjustable.
? was there a reason to "HURRY UP" the calculation? or just a benefit from the "FULLWAVE EMON"
I think you are right, the name is wrong. The variable is the number of zero crossings. So you should always use a number that can be divided by 2 so that you have a whole number of waves.
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