I guess I understood why!
I only have maximum 10000 lines in the excel so I guess it's a maximum?
Any other possibilities to save all the data?
So the bridge control panel is meant for testing in real time or playing around. It is not meant as a serious data logger.
My suggestion would be, if you want to keep that much data for further analysis, use a UART and a tool like putty to log your output to a file.
Thank you ScottA_91!
I have tried on putty but it's unreadable and I dont find the solution.
I get that:
I'm sending my data by bluetooth and I'm using the base project:
I guess it's a problem from the type of data but I dont find how to fix it!
I'm using the same rate 9600 on putty.
Thank you in advance,
Wait you're taking the raw value and sending it as characters? Well if you capture that to a text file, and look at it with a hex editor, you'll see your data values. (Putty is looking at it as if it is ascii, but you've sent raw bytes).
Alternatively, you can use printf and PutString().
If you want to "read" the values, how about doing something like below?
char str ;
sprintf(str, "%04X %04X %04\r\n",
CapSense_rawFilterDatal[PROXIMITY_SENSOR_INDEX], /* I could not figure out if it was Data1 or Datal */
Thanks all for you reply.
I have finally wrote a small python program to save data in a csv file.