1 | initial version |

Unfortunately, if i put vel_from_device: "(obj3A04)

2pi/60" then i get the error:

It look like that `3A04`

is a struct/record. In this case you cannot use it as a variable.

3A04.01h which is also the velocity measurement in rpm

Try something like

```
vel_from_device: "2*pi/obj3A04sub1"
```

`sub1`

corresponds to `.1h`

.
Velocity is inversely proportional to RPM (that's why I implemented these expressions instead of factors).

2 | No.2 Revision |

Unfortunately, if i put vel_from_device: "(obj3A04)

2pi/60" then i get the error:

It look like that `3A04`

is a struct/record. In this case you cannot use it as a variable.

3A04.01h which is also the velocity measurement in rpm

Try something like

`vel_from_device: `~~"2*pi/obj3A04sub1"
~~"obj3A04sub1*2*pi/60"

(`sub1`

corresponds to `.1h`

~~.
Velocity is inversely proportional to RPM (that's why I implemented these expressions instead of factors). ~~.)

3 | No.3 Revision |

Unfortunately, if i put vel_from_device: "(obj3A04)

2pi/60" then i get the error:

It look like that `3A04`

is a struct/record. In this case you cannot use it as a variable.

3A04.01h which is also the velocity measurement in rpm

Try something like

```
vel_from_device: "obj3A04sub1*2*pi/60"
```

(`sub1`

corresponds to

.)~~.1h~~.01h

4 | No.4 Revision |

Unfortunately, if i put vel_from_device: "(obj3A04)

2pi/60" then i get the error:

It ~~look ~~looks like ~~that ~~`3A04`

is a struct/record. In this case you cannot use it as a variable.

3A04.01h which is also the velocity measurement in rpm

Try something like

```
vel_from_device: "obj3A04sub1*2*pi/60"
```

(`sub1`

corresponds to `.01h`

.)

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