Thanks - I was just logging on to say it was locking up.

I'll give the new one a try.

In terms of the imperial mod, all that did was give crazy high gal/hr figures (and correspondingly small MPG figures), and broke the autocalculate of the mL/min to (which was coming out very small again).

I changed it to keep the same number of digits (using a several decimal pace version of the UK gal / litres conversion figure.

Code:

,4546090281ul // numerator to convert Imperial gallons to liters ,1000000000ul // denominator to convert Imperial gallons to liters

...and it still came out crazy high on the gal/hr - I think this was because the microsec/gal figure was autocalculating very small (e.g. 5 or 6 digits).

I self calculated microsec/gal and it was wrong (crazy low this time, bu a factor of about 100 or so). So I guessed that the microsec/gal param was in US gallons still and used the value from lb/hr to microsec/gal spreadsheet.

I'm now using American microsec/gal and the imperial mod in teh code tags above and it's reading sensible numbers. Hopefully enough to make meaningful calibration adjustments at the end of each tank!