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Lezil

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Im curious if there is a way to see the peaks as well as the end number, would like to monitor where a tank or RDA peaks in wattage and temperature as well as voltage if possible, is this currently possible to do?

Or maybe an x,y type graph where we can estimate the numbers.

Would also be nice if we could click and drag the graph back the the beginning of the drag. We could then drag to a specific part of the drag and line it up with the x,y axis to see what it was pulling.

I included a couple pctures of where i would like to pull data from. even just by clicking on that point at any of those arrows it would be nice to see a number with it.

Just an idea and thanks for everything you guys do. 

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Lezil

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i do see that we can open it in excel if saved.
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Absolutely. If you click "record" it will save all the graphed data as a CSV file that you can open in Excel or similar.

Being able to walk back graphically isn't a bad idea either, but the recording capability is there now. 
Lezil

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Thanks John,

      I do the like the CSV file and it does include all the information needed, sometimes I like to see what it peaks at while dragging on it and the only way for me to do that is to watch the Power: and catch it at the highest number which can be difficult because it changes quickly. Ive been swapping between a few tanks checking differences and i cant really check the data until i record all the tanks then compare in a CSV, but i can get an idea by just watching the numbers while its happening.

Not really a big deal, just an observation i thought i would mention.  [biggrin]

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