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Re: Connecting to Environdata Weather Maestro
« Reply #30 on: February 27, 2019, 04:26:48 PM »
its not clear exactly where solar is showing 0

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Re: Connecting to Environdata Weather Maestro
« Reply #31 on: February 27, 2019, 10:21:53 PM »
On the main screen, above the dials.  Photos attached.  It's also configured in a scroll bar that shows 0.  And it's publishing to wunderground, but also as 0.  (Basically 0 everywhere apart from in the debug file  :( )

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Re: Connecting to Environdata Weather Maestro
« Reply #32 on: February 28, 2019, 02:58:48 AM »
it looks like you have WD set to show solar %
and you might not have the lat/long set correctly in control panel, solar setup
email me your wdisplay.ini settings file

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Re: Connecting to Environdata Weather Maestro
« Reply #33 on: February 28, 2019, 08:21:05 AM »
Here 'tis

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Re: Connecting to Environdata Weather Maestro
« Reply #34 on: February 28, 2019, 09:07:45 AM »
Hi Brian, looks like rainfall isn't coming through correctly either.  Debug file shows 'current' rain and 'since 9am' rain and neither displaying on main WD screen.
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Re: Connecting to Environdata Weather Maestro
« Reply #35 on: February 28, 2019, 05:14:25 PM »
I see with your settings you have some things set wrong
under control panel, solar setup

you need to set the sensor number to use back to 0
for the solar sensor in a jar and untick to use that to overide UV

also the lat/long and time zone do not look correct for the max solar for lat/long

re the rain, try another .zip test update, and I have added some debug code around that

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Re: Connecting to Environdata Weather Maestro
« Reply #36 on: February 28, 2019, 08:36:24 PM »
Thanks.  Debug file follows.  I'm happy to have solar in w/m2 rather than %, so will have a play with that later on.
Thanks
Scott


Doing checking of time zone calculation
Daylight saving not in use
Loaded all time records
Connected OK to com port 8
#13 found 5
raw data ->ATE0
<- end
#13 found 22
raw data ->
AT+CMGL="REC UNREAD"
<- end
#13 found 2
raw data ->

<- end
#13 found 38
raw data ->
;Environdata DL3000 V1.67 2010/04/12
<- end
#13 found 23
raw data ->
;%01000000% 1111-0304
<- end
Doing checking of time zone calculation
Daylight saving not in use
#13 found 5
raw data ->
> R
<- end
#13 found 48
raw data ->
2019/03/01 06:34:46    Title "Bunya:304BP.dl3"
<- end
#13 found 59
raw data ->
Sensor Name                       Model   Value      Unit
<- end
#13 found 59
raw data ->
  1    "Wind Speed              " (WS45): +000001.00 km/h
<- end
#13 found 62
raw data ->
  2    "Wind Direction          " (WD45): +000211.30 Degrees
<- end
#13 found 56
raw data ->
  3    "Relative Humidity       " (RH40): +000081.50 %
<- end
#13 found 63
raw data ->
  4    "Air Temperature         " (TA40): +000020.43 Degrees
<- end
**temperature decode = +000020.43
#13 found 57
raw data ->
  5    "Rain Gauge              " (RG12): +000000.00 mm
<- end
**rain decode +000000.00 mm

**rain decode2 ->+000000.00<-
#13 found 63
raw data ->
  6    "Solar Radiation         " (SR41): +0000030.8 Watts/m2
<- end
**raw solar data +0000030.8 Watts/m2

**raw solar data >0000030.8<-
sucess solar data
#13 found 58
raw data ->
  7    "Baro                    " (BP40): +0001009.0 hPa
<- end
#13 found 55
raw data ->
  8    "                        " (    ): +0000000.0
<- end
#13 found 55
raw data ->
  9    "                        " (    ): +0000000.0
<- end
#13 found 55
raw data ->
  10   "                        " (    ): +000000000
<- end
#13 found 63
raw data ->
  11   "Solar Radiation         " (SR41): +0000030.8 Watts/m2
<- end
**raw solar data +0000030.8 Watts/m2

**raw solar data >0000030.8<-
sucess solar data
#13 found 58
raw data ->
  12   "Barometric Pressure     " (BP40): +0001009.0 hPa
<- end
***raw baro +0001009.0 hPa

***raw baro2 0001009.0hPa
*barometer data >0001009.0<
#13 found 59
raw data ->
  13   "ex(VCos)                " (    ): +000000.00 km/h
<- end
#13 found 59
raw data ->
  14   "ex(VSin)                " (    ): +000000.00 km/h
<- end
#13 found 57
raw data ->
  15   "exEvap                  " (    ): +000000.00 mm
<- end
#13 found 55
raw data ->
  16   "                        " (    ): +000000000
<- end
#13 found 55
raw data ->
  17   "WDIR Cosine             " (    ): -00000.844
<- end
#13 found 55
raw data ->
  18   "WDIR Sine               " (    ): -00000.535
<- end
#13 found 55
raw data ->
  19   "                        " (    ): +000000000
<- end
#13 found 55
raw data ->
  20   "                        " (    ): +000000000
<- end
#13 found 56
raw data ->
  21   "Battery Voltage         " (    ): +000012.59 V
<- end
#13 found 57
raw data ->
  22   "Load Current            " (    ): +000017.06 mA
<- end
#13 found 56
raw data ->
  23   "Solar Voltage           " (    ): +000000.00 V
<- end
#13 found 57
raw data ->
  24   "Charge Current          " (    ): +000000.00 mA
<- end
#13 found 59
raw data ->
  25   "Peak Wind Gust          " (    ): +000002.00 km/h
<- end
#13 found 59
raw data ->
  26   "Inst. Wind Speed        " (    ): +000001.00 km/h
<- end
#13 found 62
raw data ->
  27   "Inst. Wind Direction    " (    ): +000210.90 Degrees
<- end
#13 found 59
raw data ->
  28   "N/-S Wind Sp (VCos)     " (    ): -000000.85 km/h
<- end
#13 found 59
raw data ->
  29   "E/-W Wind Sp (VSin)     " (    ): -000000.53 km/h
<- end
#13 found 57
raw data ->
  30   "9am Rain Total          " (    ): +000007.00 mm
<- end
#13 found 57
raw data ->
  31   "Evaporation             " (    ): +00000.000 mm
<- end
#13 found 62
raw data ->
  32   "Communications          " (    ): +000000.00 Minutes
<- end

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Re: Connecting to Environdata Weather Maestro
« Reply #37 on: February 28, 2019, 08:38:02 PM »
**rain decode2 ->+000000.00<-

the rain should be being picked up ok now

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Re: Connecting to Environdata Weather Maestro
« Reply #38 on: March 02, 2019, 07:24:58 AM »
Thanks Brian, rain is working fine now.
Still no joy with the solar, seems to be reading zero in w/m2 too so I don't think it's a lat/long problem.  I added this tag %VPsolar% to main screen and it's also zero.
Any ideas?
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« Reply #39 on: March 02, 2019, 08:26:07 PM »
email (dont post on forum) me your wdisplay.ini settings file and I will do some testing/checking

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« Reply #40 on: March 03, 2019, 09:38:45 PM »

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Re: Connecting to Environdata Weather Maestro
« Reply #41 on: March 05, 2019, 12:43:01 AM »
Yep, that's nailed it! 
Thank you so much Brian.
I think I've got everything worked spot-on now. 
I really appreciate all your help.
Thanks
Scott

 

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