Are there LSB's or other scaling factors that need to be applied to the values read from the VRMS and IRMS registers to get real world V and I?
I don't see this in the spec.
I am using some numbers I calculated myself to adjust the VRMS and IRMS register values in order to get current and voltage values that are close to real-world readings. Unfortunately these don't work across the range of the meter. Also, the error is not a constant offset that can be adjusted with VRMSOS or IRMSOS.
Could someone please provide an example of how to turn the register values into real world V and I readings? If I have missed it in the spec, can you point me to the right section?