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Following are estimates of the number of data points that can be collected if the calculator RAM memory has been reset prior to sending DataMate to the calculator:
|Calculator||1 analog sensor||2 analog sensors||Digital sensor|
* This is the limit of the TI-82/83 Plus calculator list. ** For the TI-89 and 92 Plus, the first value is the number of points that can be collected with 1.xx Calculator Operating System; the second value is the number that can be collected with 2.03 calculator operating system. The 2.03 Operating System optimizes the calculator memory; we recommend you upgrade to the 2.03 (or higher) code. The latest code is available at: http://www.ti.com/calc/docs/downloads.htm.
*** This is the limit of the TI-89/92 Plus calculator data variable.
Note: If you use DataMate’s curve fit option, the memory available for collecting data will be less than that shown above because more calculator memory is required for curve fitting.
Using a TI-89, TI-92 or TI-92 Plus, if the memory error occurs because too many data points were attempted, you must go into the memory management of the calculator and delete the "cbldata" data var. Then restart DataMate and begin data collection. Remember to reduce the number of points collected.