I left the EOM stabilization running overnight, so we can finally see how the EOM temperature stabilization does over long periods of time.
The controller was turned on at ~8:40 UTC, and you can see that the Stochmon signals quiet down a lot right at that time.
Indeed the fluctuation of the RFAM became quieter with the temperature control ON.
However the absolute value of the RFAMs stayed at relatively high value.
I guess we should be able to set the right temperature setpoint such that the absolute value of the RFAM is smaller.
Here is the calibrated RFAM data (for 5 hours around the time when Zach activated the temperature control last night):