I would like a better understanding of how Scada Packs do Floating-point math. The programming referance manual says that is uses the IEEE single precision floating-point format. I have done a little bit of reading on this and I still can't make sense of how to look at and correctly interpret the info in the Scada Pack registers after doing a floating-point math equation, you see they are displayed in decimal format not binary nor hex. What I am specificly trying to do is break apart the information in the registers and see if my equations are working out correctly. I would like to know which number is the sign, which in the whole number and what is the decimal/fraction. Can anyone help me out? Thanks.