Does the signal averaging in the sc200 sensor setup affect the output filter in the sc200 setup?

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Document ID TE2369

Published Date

Published Date 27/05/2017
Question
Does the signal averaging in the sc200 sensor setup affect the output filter in the sc200 setup?
Summary
sc200 controller and signal averaging
Answer
You can test this out by setting the 1720E Signal Averaging in the sc200 SENSOR SETUP to 30 seconds. Then set the sc200 output filter in sc200 SETUP to 0 seconds for an example. Does the display delay but output immediately jumps up if change or are both on same delay? We connected multimeter to output where could observe sc200 display screen and multimeter display at same time. Exposed photocell to light. The sc200 display, showing both NTU and mV value and mV on the multimeter remain the same. After 30 seconds, both display NTU and output mV on sc200 and multimeter start to climb together.
If testing outputs by using sensor attached to sc200, be aware of any signal averaging programmed in the SENSOR SETUP.