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For low power, a power MOSFET and a decent heat sink with a source sense resistor would do. You can put the V and I on panel meters or datalog them; some data logging software will let you build "gauges" to display stuff.
Take a look at this low power temperature logger that stores transactions in code memory
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Hi, can anyone explain me about what is datalog module?.i found this word in sinewave generation.what its purpose i am not understanding
I think the easier way is to use a multimeter with RS232 port used to send data to a PC (datalog). Just connect a PIC with USART inside (or write a routine to manage this) and a level converter IC (MAX232). After this you only need to know the protocol used by the multimeter to decode the data coming from the meter.
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Hi, I need to make a datalog using the LPC2129 device, but I alwais work with MSP and PIC, never ARM, so I don't know how to start. I want to save the status of 64 bits to a 128Mbyte Flash Memory. I have the Olimex LPC-2129 development board. Can someone sendme exaples for PORT acess, Timer Interrupt, Timer Capture, and Port interrupt in C