Vinny has started to give me help with this problem but since it is the weekend, I'm hoping someone might be able to offer assistance (rather than me having to wait for him to be back in the office).
ADD ON CONTROL: I am dosing 1.4 ml 8 X daily. I would like to change the individual doses by just 0.1 ml at a time with every 0.1 dKH change. Vinny suggested that I set up the variables as follows:
-When parameter deviates by this amount: 1
-Adjust each dose by this amount: 1
-Limit raise: 1
-Limit lower: 1
Over the past few days, measuring twice a day, my KH values have ranged from 7.1 to 7.6 but the amount dosed hasn't changed. Can anybody think of why that is or what I am doing wrong?
I originally thought that 0.1 should be put in the "When parameter deviates by this amount" box AND 0.1 in the "Adjust each dose by this amount" box, but Vinny explained that 1.0 is the lowest number that can be written and that the Director would calculate and adjust dosages by tenths (0.1) if I just put "1" in those boxes.
(I think I can get this to work with the "Adaptive Control" setting, but I'd rather work with volume (mls) rather than %.)
Thanks for helping.
Jim
ADD ON CONTROL: I am dosing 1.4 ml 8 X daily. I would like to change the individual doses by just 0.1 ml at a time with every 0.1 dKH change. Vinny suggested that I set up the variables as follows:
-When parameter deviates by this amount: 1
-Adjust each dose by this amount: 1
-Limit raise: 1
-Limit lower: 1
Over the past few days, measuring twice a day, my KH values have ranged from 7.1 to 7.6 but the amount dosed hasn't changed. Can anybody think of why that is or what I am doing wrong?
I originally thought that 0.1 should be put in the "When parameter deviates by this amount" box AND 0.1 in the "Adjust each dose by this amount" box, but Vinny explained that 1.0 is the lowest number that can be written and that the Director would calculate and adjust dosages by tenths (0.1) if I just put "1" in those boxes.
(I think I can get this to work with the "Adaptive Control" setting, but I'd rather work with volume (mls) rather than %.)
Thanks for helping.
Jim