Python serial output seems strange
I have a temperature sensor circuit, which sends temps up an rs232 cable to my pc.
the format is this:
HEX:...2B 32 34 2E 30 2 6F 43 20 0A
ASCII: + 2 4 . 0 SPACE o C SPACE LF
obviously the +24.0 change.
Ive used realterm and hyperterm to test it, and am writing a simple data logger in python, but the data coming out of the end is odd.
Looks to me like your baud rate is not set correctly. Just a guesstimate, but I would say that you are sampling about 4 times faster than the sender is sending, ie baud rate too high by factor of four.
hmm, the baud rate on the temp circuit transmission side si set to 1200 as well.
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