Commit 1733859e authored by Clement Remi's avatar Clement Remi
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update doc

parent 6b4974fb
......@@ -1071,7 +1071,7 @@ for Raspberry Pi connection</p></td>
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<tr class="row-odd"><td rowspan="2"><p>Step n°1</p></td>
<tr class="row-odd"><td rowspan="2"><p>1</p></td>
<td><img alt="_images/001.jpg" src="_images/001.jpg" />
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<tr class="row-odd"><td rowspan="2"><p>Step n°2</p></td>
<tr class="row-odd"><td rowspan="2"><p>2</p></td>
<td><img alt="_images/001.jpg" src="_images/001.jpg" />
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<tr class="row-odd"><td rowspan="2"><p>Step n°3</p></td>
<tr class="row-odd"><td rowspan="2"><p>3</p></td>
<td><img alt="_images/002.jpg" src="_images/002.jpg" />
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<tr class="row-odd"><td rowspan="2"><p>Step n°4</p></td>
<tr class="row-odd"><td rowspan="2"><p>4</p></td>
<td><img alt="_images/003.jpg" src="_images/003.jpg" />
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<tr class="row-odd"><td rowspan="2"><p>Step n°4</p></td>
<tr class="row-odd"><td rowspan="2"><p>5</p></td>
<td><img alt="_images/004.jpg" src="_images/004.jpg" />
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<tr class="row-odd"><td rowspan="2"><p>Step n°5</p></td>
<tr class="row-odd"><td rowspan="2"><p>6</p></td>
<td><img alt="_images/005.jpg" src="_images/005.jpg" />
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......@@ -534,7 +534,7 @@ which allows to realize precise current measurement around a shunt resistor. The
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
| | .. image:: step_n_3/001.jpg |
|Step n°1+------------------------------------------------------------+
|1 +------------------------------------------------------------+
| | Shutdown the raspberry Pi and unplug the power supply |
| | |
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
......@@ -544,7 +544,7 @@ which allows to realize precise current measurement around a shunt resistor. The
+--------+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| | .. image:: step_n_3/001.jpg |
|Step n°2+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|2 +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| | Mounting the bottom spacers on the Raspberry Pi (male/female, 11mm, M3) |
| | |
+--------+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
......@@ -554,7 +554,7 @@ which allows to realize precise current measurement around a shunt resistor. The
+--------+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| | .. image:: step_n_3/002.jpg |
|Step n°3+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|3 +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| | Mounting the upper spacers on the Raspberry Pi (female/female, 11mm, M3) |
| | |
+--------+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
......@@ -564,7 +564,7 @@ which allows to realize precise current measurement around a shunt resistor. The
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
| | .. image:: step_n_3/003.jpg |
|Step n°4+------------------------------------------------------------+
|4 +------------------------------------------------------------+
| | Mounting the Ohmpi's measurement board on the Raspberry Pi |
| | |
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
......@@ -574,7 +574,7 @@ which allows to realize precise current measurement around a shunt resistor. The
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
| | .. image:: step_n_3/004.jpg |
|Step n°4+------------------------------------------------------------+
|5 +------------------------------------------------------------+
| | Mounting the Ohmpi's measurement board on the Raspberry Pi |
| | |
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
......@@ -584,7 +584,7 @@ which allows to realize precise current measurement around a shunt resistor. The
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
| | .. image:: step_n_3/005.jpg |
|Step n°5+------------------------------------------------------------+
|6 +------------------------------------------------------------+
| | Plug the power supply into a socket and connect it to your |
| | Raspberry Pi's power port. |
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
......
......@@ -534,7 +534,7 @@ which allows to realize precise current measurement around a shunt resistor. The
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
| | .. image:: step_n_3/001.jpg |
|Step n°1+------------------------------------------------------------+
|1 +------------------------------------------------------------+
| | Shutdown the raspberry Pi and unplug the power supply |
| | |
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
......@@ -544,7 +544,7 @@ which allows to realize precise current measurement around a shunt resistor. The
+--------+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| | .. image:: step_n_3/001.jpg |
|Step n°2+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|2 +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| | Mounting the bottom spacers on the Raspberry Pi (male/female, 11mm, M3) |
| | |
+--------+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
......@@ -554,7 +554,7 @@ which allows to realize precise current measurement around a shunt resistor. The
+--------+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| | .. image:: step_n_3/002.jpg |
|Step n°3+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|3 +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| | Mounting the upper spacers on the Raspberry Pi (female/female, 11mm, M3) |
| | |
+--------+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
......@@ -564,7 +564,7 @@ which allows to realize precise current measurement around a shunt resistor. The
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
| | .. image:: step_n_3/003.jpg |
|Step n°4+------------------------------------------------------------+
|4 +------------------------------------------------------------+
| | Mounting the Ohmpi's measurement board on the Raspberry Pi |
| | |
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
......@@ -574,7 +574,7 @@ which allows to realize precise current measurement around a shunt resistor. The
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
| | .. image:: step_n_3/004.jpg |
|Step n°4+------------------------------------------------------------+
|5 +------------------------------------------------------------+
| | Mounting the Ohmpi's measurement board on the Raspberry Pi |
| | |
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
......@@ -584,7 +584,7 @@ which allows to realize precise current measurement around a shunt resistor. The
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
| | .. image:: step_n_3/005.jpg |
|Step n°5+------------------------------------------------------------+
|6 +------------------------------------------------------------+
| | Plug the power supply into a socket and connect it to your |
| | Raspberry Pi's power port. |
+--------+------------------------------------------------------------+
......
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