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Conversion of units in OpenPlotter
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Continuing with the assembly of a Raspi mobile with a 7" screen, I installed the IMU9250.
After the corresponding calibration it works perfectly.
The problem is that the atmospheric pressure comes out in inHg(inches of mercury).

I have tried with the Hut Moitesier and I also get it in inHg

I've looked at Signal K and I don't see the possibility of converting it to millibars.

Does anyone know how to do it?
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SignalK uses SI units (for pressure Pa).
Do you see the wrong value in "diagnostic Signal K input" when "private Unit" is unchecked?
If it does show you the correct value in Pa then you must change your "Unit Settings" (Setup your private Units (for diagnostic only))
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e-sailingSignalK uses SI units (for pressure Pa).
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Do you see the wrong value in "diagnostic Signal K input" when "private Unit" is unchecked?
If it does show you the correct value in Pa then you must change your "Unit Settings" (Setup your private Units (for diagnostic only))
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Thank you very much for your reply.

What you propose I have already done, but the value does not change only the units


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