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Wimoto launches “Motes” range of tiny, weatherproof smart sensors with crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo

Monday, March 2nd, 2015


Markham, Ontario (PRWEB) May 14, 2013

Wimoto Motes are tiny (about the size of a stack of five quarters) weatherproof sensors that can be stuck unobtrusively just about anywhere. They operate for up to a year on a single battery and wirelessly send information back to an app for iPhone and iPad, with support for Samsung Android devices arriving later this summer. There is also a toolkit allowing owners of computers with Bluetooth 4.0 support to write their own software for them.

What is the formula for to modify a linear range to square root in flow measurement?

Friday, July 5th, 2013

Question by ramachandran m: What is the formula for to modify a linear variety to square root in flow measurement?
Flow measuring instruments

Ideal answer:

Answer by tlbs101
You either use a lookup table, or the CORDIC algorithm for square-roots.

http://www.convict.lu/Jeunes/Math/square_root_CORDIC.htm

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