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Good day. I am jay-r, an electrical engineering student. We really are having problems in making circuit diagram for our project. It is appliance digital power consumption monitoring. That could display power, energy, power factor and VA. We already had made a circuit if it, but were not yet really sure... we are too having problem in converting analog to digital ... we would really be grateful if you could help us.
Analog to digital conversion can be done with the audio card of CPU (through line in or mic in)
Pl elaborate abd specify what you need for so that I may be able to help you more.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
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