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Need help outputting values of second stacked MCC134



I am Currently using two MCC134's stacked on top of a Raspberry pi. I have the first MCC134 closest to the pi set to address 0, and the second to address 1. I am able to read values from channel 0 1 2 and 3 from the first MCC134, but not the second one. can someone please help me figure out how to read values from the second MCC134. 

tc_type = TcTypes.TYPE_E # change this to the desired thermocouple

type delay_between_reads = 1 # Seconds

channels = (0, 1, 2, 3,) try: # Get an instance of the selected hat device object.

address = 0

hat = mcc134(0)

i have attached a copy of the code that i am currently using.


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Ensure that both 134 boards are working at their respective addresses using the MCC DAQHATS Manager program (Raspberry->Accessories). It should list both boards and be able to read their temperatures. If you have trouble, use the read eeproms function and try again.

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