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We set up these strings in the sensor ci rcuit to test the range of data received from them with different resistor values (1 kΩ, 3.3 kΩ, 4.7 kΩ, 10 kΩ, 22 kΩ, and 47 kΩ). The Evah Pirazzi's range of data was sufficient, but we concluded that the Dominant pack, with the Pirastro Gold E, had the largest range of data (see Table 4). In its final configuration, the E string uses a 4.7 kΩ resistor, and the rest of the strings have a 3.3 kΩ resistor. None of the tested completed sensors reached their full range of 1,023 values. This is not necessarily a limitation, because the values are rescaled in Max.

Table 4:

Range of Values Received from Sensors

Dominants with Pirastro Gold EEvah Pirazzi
StringResistorValuesRangeValuesRange
3.3 kΩ 260–720 460 255–685 430 
3.3 kΩ 255–645 390 265–640 375 
3.3 kΩ 245–630 385 235–490 255 
4.7 kΩ 315–765 450 320–660 340 
Dominants with Pirastro Gold EEvah Pirazzi
StringResistorValuesRangeValuesRange
3.3 kΩ 260–720 460 255–685 430 
3.3 kΩ 255–645 390 265–640 375 
3.3 kΩ 245–630 385 235–490 255 
4.7 kΩ 315–765 450 320–660 340 

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