Posted 24 May 2007 - 07:21 PM
These are just the readings that the sensors put out. If the sensors aren't accurate, or the program interpreting the output isn't accurate - your results won't be accurate. Long ago I found out the hard way not to rely on sensors (except as a general indicator) - but rather to take the measurements myself using a tool designed for it. You can get a multi-meter pretty cheap these days and find out for yourself what the actual results are.
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