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The MCC 134 Thermocouple Measurement HAT provides four thermocouple inputs for adding temperature measurement capability to Raspberry Pi based systems. It features 24-bit resolution and provides professional-grade accuracy which is best in class. The MCC 134 also offers open thermocouple detection so users can monitor for broken or disconnected thermocouples and each channel type is selectable on a per-channel basis. Up to eight MCC DAQ HAT devices can be stacked onto one Raspberry Pi.
All MCC DAQ HATs provide easy-to-use C/C++® and Python™ open-source libraries and examples allowing you to take reliable, quality measurements quickly.
NOTE: Raspberry Pi is not included with the MCC 134.
Tech Tip: Learn more about measuring thermocouples with the MCC 134.
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I've actually installed the hat and tested it out. I actually really like that it supports different types of thermocouples. I've found the provided software and examples really easy to use. Would honestly recommend it.
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This product greatly supports my work on automatic controller on/off of 3xshutters and just need 2- hour dll development, and very reliably controlled HW over 3 years without down time.
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We needed a way to monitor the temperature of our wash tanks and this did exactly what we needed, actually it was the rinse side but it worked for that also. We can now log temperature so we can see if there is a relationship between a problem we have been having and water temperature.
I bought this for a hobby project, since I had no idea how to calibrate a thermocouple or any kind of thermal probe. This simply solved the problem, and I could move on to the problems I was really trying to solve.
I would like to include the data from multiple Mcc134s in a single plot. Is there a simple way of going about this?
The single-HAT graphing example, /134/data_logger, first calls the function hat_list() to enumerate the MCC 134, then goes into a timed loop and calls mcc134_t_in_read(), getting one reading per channel. You could call the same functions up front and in the same timed loop … just change the board # (or how to refer to the second board). The graphing portion of that example uses 3rd party utilities that we show for convenience, but we do not support the expanded use or features of the 3rd party graph API. You can contact our tech support, specifying which language (Python or C), to ask more specific questions on MCC own API, which is specific to our HATs.
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Do you plan to add drivers for functionality with Node-RED? It would be great if there was a "node" available to access all of the MCC boards.
Hello, thanks for your question. At this time, there are no plans for developing a driver for Node-RED.
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