[weewx-user] Re: weewx barmeter offset

2019-10-06 Thread rich T
Believe that is the 3 hour trend. On Sunday, October 6, 2019 at 8:39:26 AM UTC-4, Jason wrote: > > I changed this and it is now is correct on the ftp page. > I also changed from US to Metric > [StdCalibrate] > > pressure = pressure -14 > > [StdQC] > > [[MinMax]] >

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-25 Thread rich T
s) in future release). > > > On Saturday, August 24, 2019 at 10:56:12 PM UTC-4, rich T wrote: >> >> Pat...Here are the latest graphs. I'm using Y axis 0 and Y axis 1 now. >> Is there a way to add minor grid lines and zones? >> >> [[Rain_Thunder_Day]]

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-24 Thread rich T
Pat...Here are the latest graphs. I'm using Y axis 0 and Y axis 1 now. Is there a way to add minor grid lines and zones? [[Rain_Thunder_Day]] title = Past 24 Hr Rain / Lightning time_length = 86400 aggregate_type = sum aggregate_interval = 900 gapsize

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-24 Thread rich T
), but if I kept re-using yaxis 0 or yaxis 1 it stacks them. > > On Friday, August 23, 2019 at 4:15:22 PM UTC-4, rich T wrote: >> >> I believe it is valid by defintion. "The Y axis or value axis. Normally >> this is the vertical axis, though if the chart is i

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-23 Thread rich T
UTC-4, Pat wrote: > > Interesting! I thought something like "yAxis = 3" would be invalid, so > maybe Highcharts is using that in some way? > > On Friday, August 23, 2019 at 2:24:53 PM UTC-4, rich T wrote: >> >> By adding dewpoint to yAxis 3 is the only way so fa

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-23 Thread rich T
ne a > yAxis to a a y axis array number. I need some time to sit down and think > about that. > > > On Thursday, August 22, 2019 at 11:30:35 PM UTC-4, rich T wrote: >> >> Here is the latest: >> >> In the graph.conf >> >> [Rain

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-22 Thread rich T
day, 19 August 2019 23:07:01 UTC-4, rich T wrote: >> >> Pat this is what I got so far. >> >> [[Rain_Thunder]] >> title = Rain and Lightning >> time_length = 604800 >> aggregate_type = sum >> aggregate_in

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-20 Thread rich T
Pat Had a OHS moment on the spline and column graph. I think these type of graphs on best on their own pages. I did screw around with my graph and here is what I have so far. Do we have the capability of adding zones to the graphs? I tried for awhile without any luck. > -- You received

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-20 Thread rich T
> [[[dewpoint]]] > color = gray > type = column > > > > > On Monday, August 19, 2019 at 11:07:01 PM UTC-4, rich T wrote: >> >> Pat this is what I got so far. >> >> [[Rain_Thunder]] >> title = Rain and Lightn

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-19 Thread rich T
hart. I know > Highcharts supports *multiple *y axis' but Belchertown doesn't. Wasn't > sure if you've found some interesting combination that has it all on the > same chart. > > On Friday, August 16, 2019 at 6:31:50 PM UTC-4, rich T wrote: >> >> In t

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-19 Thread rich T
Look in the "lightning_strikes" column of your weewx dB, the strike data contains a value something like "15.8906578" Try adding lightning_strikes = %0f under [StringFormat] the Belchertown skin.conf to see if that resolves the issue. I almost have the same issue, but with the 06045M and

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-18 Thread rich T
d some interesting combination that has it all on the > same chart. > > On Friday, August 16, 2019 at 6:31:50 PM UTC-4, rich T wrote: >> >> In the graphs.conf file add >> >> [homepage] >> >> . >> >> [[Lightning_chart]

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-18 Thread rich T
What detector are you using: 06045M or AS3935 module.? The 06045M seems to only display the counter number with a decimal point. Rolls back to "0" after "127". The AS3935 displays the information without any issues. . >> > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-18 Thread rich T
What detector are you using: 06045M or AS3935 module.? The 06045M seems to only display the counter number with a decimal point. Rolls back to "0" after "127". The AS3935 displays the information without any issues. >> -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-18 Thread rich T
2019 at 8:25 AM Pat wrote: >>>>> >>>>>> If you're looking at the lightning charts that I'm doing on my >>>>>> homepage <https://belchertownweather.com/go/belchertown>, add >>>>>> someth

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-18 Thread rich T
I get it to run for the year on the > homepage? > Thanks Ron > > On Fri, Aug 16, 2019, 6:31 PM rich T > > wrote: > >> In the graphs.conf file add >> >> [homepage] >> >> . >> >> [[Lightning_chart]] >> title = Lightning

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-08-16 Thread rich T
In the graphs.conf file add [homepage] . [[Lightning_chart]] title = Lightning (Last 3 Hour) time_length = 10800 aggregate_interval = 300 gapsize = 108000 type = column [[[lightning_strikes]]] name = Lightning Count

[weewx-user] Re: Historic Image Generator Time Periods

2019-08-15 Thread rich T
As Pat was saying, you can chart any timespan. This chart is from Aug 2014 through today, in which you can zoom all the way down to hour within a day > > > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "weewx-user" group. To unsubscribe from this group and

Re: [weewx-user] Recovering Data from a broken RPI installation

2019-08-11 Thread rich T
You could overwrite the new dB with the original dB. Then rebuild the daily. On Sunday, August 11, 2019 at 2:53:57 PM UTC-4, Paul Lacatus (Gmail) wrote: > > After recovering the procedure is to reinstall Weewx and after to copy > the saved database over the new one ? > Any known issues with

[weewx-user] Re: Raspberry Pi hardware beta tester wanted - Davis station

2019-08-10 Thread rich T
https://www.wxforum.net/index.php?topic=37610.msg387019#msg387019 … Don't know this is the same person. On Saturday, August 10, 2019 at 1:04:55 PM UTC-4, Ruben Navarro Huedo wrote: > > I can test it, but i am in Spain. > > El sábado, 10 de agosto de 2019, 14:18:08 (UTC+2), Prodata escribió: >>

[weewx-user] Re: Python installation woes

2019-08-07 Thread rich T
Should re-install the OS and have a look at these links: https://github.com/merbanan/rtl_433 https://github.com/matthewwall/weewx-sdr https://github.com/weewx/weewx/wiki/sdr-rpi-recipe On Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 3:13:06 PM UTC-4, Steve London wrote: > Trying to install weewx on

[weewx-user] Re: Issue with: Weewx not starting when date is not current

2019-08-03 Thread rich T
What RTC module do you have? On Saturday, August 3, 2019 at 8:36:08 AM UTC-4, Brezentrager wrote: > > :). I have a RTC here in front of me. When trying to install it last week, > I've crashed my entire installation and had to re-install weewx from scratch > > Am Samstag, 3. August 2019 14:29:32

Re: [weewx-user] Re: CloudMQTT & Belchertown Skin

2019-08-02 Thread rich T
Did you try this link? *https://obrienlabs.net/how-to-setup-your-own-mqtt-broker/* On Friday, August 2, 2019 at 3:46:56 PM UTC-4, Brezentrager wrote: > > Hmm ... I tried to build my own server yesterday, but haven't been >

[weewx-user] Re: Radiation, maxSolarRad and ET/Evapotranspiration calculation - weewx/Belchertown skin

2019-07-31 Thread rich T
Looks like you need to add maxSolarRad to the database. https://github.com/poblabs/weewx-belchertown/wiki/Adding-a-new-observation-type-to-the-WeeWX-database On Tuesday, July 30, 2019 at 10:47:49 PM UTC-4, Xant wrote: > > > Pat > > Thank you for prompt response once again, and apologies if Rad

[weewx-user] Weewx-SDR and Acurite 06045M

2019-07-21 Thread rich T
It seems that "strikes_total" represents the counter that returns to "0" after it hits "127". I don't see a packet that represents the actual total of lightnings strikes. Or maybe I don't have my Sensor Map correct. Everything else seems to be tracking fine. sudo tail -f /var/log/syslog

[weewx-user] Re: CWOP and APRS

2019-07-20 Thread rich T
I'm assuming you are suppling your passcode. I notice a typo in the following: server_list = rotate.arps.net:14580, rotate.aprs2.net:1458,cwop.aprs.net,14580,cwop.arps.net:23 I think it should be: server_list = rotate.arps.net:14580, rotate.aprs2.net:1458,cwop.aprs.net:14580,cwop.arps.net:23 On

[weewx-user] Re: CWOP and APRS

2019-07-19 Thread rich T
t; On Friday, July 19, 2019 at 2:43:36 PM UTC-4, rich T wrote: >> >> Glad to see you have it up and running. If you mean what "file", it is >> configured in the weewx.conf. Once you edit the file, don't forget to >> restart weewx. >> >> On Frid

[weewx-user] Re: CWOP and APRS

2019-07-19 Thread rich T
Glad to see you have it up and running. If you mean what "file", it is configured in the weewx.conf. Once you edit the file, don't forget to restart weewx. On Friday, July 19, 2019 at 2:39:55 PM UTC-4, Charles Adams wrote: > > I have my AycRite 01536 up and running. I am trying to find where

[weewx-user] Re: AcuRite Drive 01536

2019-07-19 Thread rich T
nications form > sensors): 01 c5 47 78 00 2a 26 48 00 00 > > > On Friday, July 19, 2019 at 9:48:21 AM UTC-4, rich T wrote: >> >> In weewx.conf, set the debug to "1" and restart weewx. >> >> Watch the syslog, after approx. 5 minutes you should see re

[weewx-user] Re: AcuRite Drive 01536

2019-07-19 Thread rich T
In weewx.conf, set the debug to "1" and restart weewx. Watch the syslog, after approx. 5 minutes you should see records being added to the database. After 5 minutes you be able to see the data. pi@raspberrypi:~ $ sudo tail -f /var/log/syslog Jul 19 09:35:11 raspberrypi weewx[533]: acurite:

[weewx-user] Re: AcuRite Drive 01536

2019-07-19 Thread rich T
All you should need to do is connect the console to the RPI via USB cable. Configure the Acurite Console to use USB Mode 4. Select the Acurite driver when installing weewx. On Friday, July 19, 2019 at 6:38:59 AM UTC-4, Charles Adams wrote: > Yes it does. I just found out that for some reason

[weewx-user] Re: AcuRite Drive 01536

2019-07-18 Thread rich T
Does your Acurite 01536 Console have a micro-USB connector? On Thursday, July 18, 2019 at 3:47:51 PM UTC-4, Charles Adams wrote: > > I have an Acurite 01536 and can't find the driver for it. I have Weewx > installed on a Raspberry PI and it is running but not getting any data at > all. > I

[weewx-user] Re: AS3935 database issue

2019-07-09 Thread rich T
I have no issues with the AS3935 lightning detector module, but I'm using the I2C pinouts. Settings in weewx.conf file: [AS3935] bus = 1 calibration = 6 pin = 17 address = 3 noise_floor = 2 indoors = false binding = archive On Sunday, July 7, 2019 at 12:27:16 PM

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Davis Vantage Pro2 Datalogger question

2019-07-06 Thread rich T
Yes I have the USB datalogger (Davis) On Saturday, July 6, 2019 at 6:50:53 AM UTC-4, Greg Troxel wrote: > > rich T > writes: > > > I have an Older Vantage Pro 2 console connected via an USB cable to RPI > > running the latest weewx without any issues. > > Do you

[weewx-user] Re: Davis Vantage Pro2 Datalogger question

2019-07-05 Thread rich T
I have an Older Vantage Pro 2 console connected via an USB cable to RPI running the latest weewx without any issues. On Friday, July 5, 2019 at 3:27:47 PM UTC-4, Chezzy wrote: > > Hi! > > My old Davis ISS has to be replaced. It is talking to and old Vantage Pro > (1) Console. > The new ISS is

[weewx-user] Re: Display Rainfall

2019-06-24 Thread rich T
How was that plot generated? I see it is a 24 Hr time period, but was it > plotted every 5 minutes. Here is a sample plot based off of a 5 minute > archive period. > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "weewx-user" group. To unsubscribe from this

[weewx-user] Re: Using mbar with Belchertown and MQTT

2019-06-21 Thread rich T
Glad to help On Friday, June 21, 2019 at 1:24:46 PM UTC-4, Kev D wrote: > > This worked perfectly, thank you! > > On Friday, June 21, 2019 at 12:13:25 PM UTC-4, rich T wrote: >> >> >> In weewx.conf try adding >> >> [[MQTT]] >>.. >>

[weewx-user] Re: Using mbar with Belchertown and MQTT

2019-06-21 Thread rich T
In weewx.conf try adding [[MQTT]] .. [[[inputs]]] barometer units = mbar On Friday, June 21, 2019 at 10:21:59 AM UTC-4, Kev D wrote: > > Hi all, > > I wanted to change my pressure units from inHg to mbar which I was able to > do via

[weewx-user] Re: CSV Import Error

2019-06-19 Thread rich T
be importing/converting a unit system > code when units are specified/implied for all the fields. I know this isn't > covered in the wee_import guide, will fix that up later. > > Gary > > On Wednesday, 19 June 2019 13:10:13 UTC+10, rich T wrote: >> >> Gary >> >

[weewx-user] Re: CSV Import Error

2019-06-18 Thread rich T
sumes the date is in the format month/day/year, just transpose %m > and %d if it id day/month/year. > > Gary > > On Wednesday, 19 June 2019 12:33:03 UTC+10, rich T wrote: >> >> I could be wrong, but the raw_datetime_format is the datetime format in >> the CSV file

[weewx-user] Re: CSV Import Error

2019-06-18 Thread rich T
wrote: > > shouldn't it just be dateTime = timestamp and the format of timestamp be > specified in raw_datetime_format ?? > > > > On Wednesday, 19 June 2019 04:32:30 UTC+3, rich T wrote: >> >> I'm trying to import a large CSV file into the database and I'm

[weewx-user] CSV Import Error

2019-06-18 Thread rich T
I'm trying to import a large CSV file into the database and I'm receiving the following error the the dry run. pi@raspberrypi:/home/weewx/bin $ sudo ./wee_import --import-config=/home/pi/Desktop/clog/csv.conf --dry-run Starting wee_import... A CSV import from source file

[weewx-user] Re: Using rtl_433 to receive transmissions from a Davis VantagePro

2019-06-17 Thread rich T
Walter You also might want to post the question in the 433 forum. https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/rtl_433 On Monday, June 17, 2019 at 1:37:24 PM UTC-4, Walter Smith wrote: > Hi, I'm trying to get the data transmitted by my weather station using > rtl_433. I know there's not a

[weewx-user] Re: Web Server auf dem Raspberry Apache2

2019-06-15 Thread rich T
Did you look the following https://github.com/weewx/weewx/wiki/webserver On Saturday, June 15, 2019 at 3:07:27 AM UTC-4, Günther Wrana wrote: > Das wurde mir angezeigt nach dem ich den Befehl eingegeben habe. > > sudo tail -f /var/log/syslog > > Jun 15 08:50:24 raspberrypi weewx[5203]:

[weewx-user] Re: Web Server auf dem Raspberry Apache2

2019-06-14 Thread rich T
HTML_ROOT is a directory where your files are stored locally. Your weewx.conf file will show the HTML_ROOT. If you type the following and watch the log, you should see where your files are stored. sudo tail -f /var/log/syslog Jun 14 22:25:19 raspberrypi weewx[25766]: cheetahgenerator:

[weewx-user] Re: Web Server auf dem Raspberry Apache2

2019-06-12 Thread rich T
You are seeing the default Apache Page, when you type the your RPI address from your computer? What address are you typing? >From any device I can see my data using *http://RPI IP address/weewx/* . On Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at 3:22:10 PM UTC-4, Günther Wrana

[weewx-user] Re: Web Server auf dem Raspberry Apache2

2019-06-08 Thread rich T
at 1:30:43 AM UTC-4, Günther Wrana wrote: > > Habe ich gemacht aber mir wird wieder nur die Apache2 Debian Default Page > angezeigt. > > > > > Am Samstag, 8. Juni 2019 04:00:13 UTC+2 schrieb rich T: >> >> >> Try this: >> >> Go to "

[weewx-user] Re: Web Server auf dem Raspberry Apache2

2019-06-07 Thread rich T
Try this: Go to "/home/weewx/util/apache/conf.d" Rename "conf.d" to "weewx.conf" Modify the file since you are using apache 2.4.25. Place a copy in the "/etc/apache2/conf-available" and "/etc/apache2/conf-enabled" folders restart apache server restart weewx and wait 5 minutes then try

[weewx-user] Re: Web Server auf dem Raspberry Apache2

2019-06-07 Thread rich T
Do you have a copy of the weewx config file in the conf-enabled folder (/etc/apache2/conf-enabled)? On Friday, June 7, 2019 at 4:54:17 PM UTC-4, Günther Wrana wrote: > > Ich habe schon heraus gefunden das ich die weewx.conf in den Ordner > conf-available kopiern muss. > > Nur weiß ich immer

[weewx-user] Re: Suggestions for good starter weather station 2019

2019-06-05 Thread rich T
First, you need to figure out how you would want to interface Weewx i.e. USB cable or Wireless. The three you looked posted would need a SDR. Second, you would need to find out if there are weewx drivers to support the weather station. SDR ---

[weewx-user] Re: Run Mutliple SDRs Drivers

2019-06-04 Thread rich T
Gary > > On Tuesday, 4 June 2019 11:57:19 UTC+10, rich T wrote: >> >> Wondering if there was a way to run multiple SDR drivers (RTLdavis and >> SDR) using one instance of Weewx? >> > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups

[weewx-user] Run Mutliple SDRs Drivers

2019-06-03 Thread rich T
Wondering if there was a way to run multiple SDR drivers (RTLdavis and SDR) using one instance of Weewx? -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "weewx-user" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to

[weewx-user] Re: Need Help with Best Configuration - Rasberry Pi, Weewx, Acurite smartHub, Interceptor Driver, Google Wifi

2019-06-02 Thread rich T
Did you read the following post? https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/weewx-user/smarthub%7Csort:date/weewx-user/0e2E3F7EG7Y/mVv7oUZ1BgAJ On Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 5:03:37 PM UTC-4, Thomas Chapin wrote: > Hoping someone smarter than I can help... > > Like others, I was fried when

[weewx-user] Re: Unexpected text traffic

2019-06-02 Thread rich T
What you are seeing is the data from the ISS every 2.5 seconds (Loop Data) and every 5 minutes you see the archive data which is being written to the archive database. On Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 11:35:37 AM UTC-4, gch...@juno.com wrote: > > Hi there. I'm a newbie to WeeWx. I have a Davis

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 1.0 released!

2019-06-01 Thread rich T
Vince Here is what I have, V1.0 is only running over the LAN. Weewx Config [[MQTT]] server_url = http://name:password@IP address:1883/ topic = weather# unit_system = US binding = archive, loop aggregation = aggregate log_success = false

[weewx-user] Re: RFM95W as alternative to RTL-SDR for Davis Vantage Pro 2

2019-05-25 Thread rich T
John Right now they are using a RFM69 (don't know if they interfacing with a RPI) to interface with the Davis Vantage Pro 2 ISS, so I don't see why you can not use a RFM95W. Did you try searching WXforums? Right now I'm receiving data from my Davis Vantage Pro 2 ISS without any issues using a

[weewx-user] Re: rain-plot hourly

2019-05-10 Thread rich T
If the plot still did not update, try clearing your browser cache. On Friday, May 10, 2019 at 10:41:02 AM UTC-4, Joachim Puttkammer wrote: > > > > Am Freitag, 10. Mai 2019 09:53:59 UTC+2 schrieb Greg from Oz: >> >> I have a bash script that fixes it all up. >>

[weewx-user] Re: Davis vantage pro 2 info

2019-05-08 Thread rich T
Have a Davis Vantage Pro 2 communicating with two Raspberry Pi 3B+. One is communicating via the USB port of the console. Second is communicating with the ISS via a SDR Dongle. On Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at 1:26:18 PM UTC-4, Federico wrote: > > hi all, > we are thinking to use weewx for a

[weewx-user] Re: Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle Update

2019-05-03 Thread rich T
Just an update: Currently using WeeWX version 3.9.1 and Belchertown Skin 1.0rc8 with MQTT. So far everything seems to be tracking. Next to add my additional I2C sensors to the mix. On Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 10:21:13 PM UTC-4, rich T wrote: > Just an update on receiving Davis Vant

[weewx-user] Re: Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle Update

2019-04-23 Thread rich T
: > On Sunday, 21 April 2019 01:54:08 UTC-3, rich T wrote: >> >> Not saying there is an issue, but just check it at your end. >> > > Rich, > > Today it's very rainy in Paramaribo. Total 68.2 mm rain in the morning. > There is more rain expected this noon. > >

[weewx-user] Re: Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle Update

2019-04-20 Thread rich T
On Saturday, April 20, 2019 at 8:53:30 PM UTC-4, Luc Heijst wrote: > On Saturday, 20 April 2019 00:32:42 UTC-3, rich T wrote: >> >> Did you observed any differences with the rain total? >> >> I will have a look the coming days.. Until a week ago we had the longest > period

[weewx-user] Re: Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle Update

2019-04-19 Thread rich T
Luc Added a correction factor and been tracking within a 100th of a inch of the Vantage Pro2 Console for the past 6 hours. I did notice that the rain total is ~ 2 tenths off of the Vantage Pro2 Console. Vantage Pro2 Console: 0.74 Rtldavis: 0.54 Did you observed any differences with the

[weewx-user] Re: Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle Update

2019-04-19 Thread rich T
through the area later tonite. Rich On Friday, April 19, 2019 at 1:35:30 PM UTC-4, Luc Heijst wrote: > On Tuesday, 16 April 2019 23:21:13 UTC-3, rich T wrote: >> >> Drivers I'm currently using are: >> bme280wx https://gitlab.com/wjcarpenter/bme280wx >&

[weewx-user] Re: Not getting data to web page, CWOP or PWSWeather

2019-04-19 Thread rich T
Should run the driver directly so you can capture the packets. Then you can create your sensor map like Andrew indicated. Example Capture: identifiers: {'bridge_id': '24C86E083607', 'sensor_type': '5N1x38', 'sensor_id': '1531'} raw data:

[weewx-user] Re: Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle Update

2019-04-18 Thread rich T
Added the AS3935 Lightning Sensor to the mix. So far everything is working as expected. The service I'm using for the lightning sensor is: https://github.com/weewx/weewx/wiki/as3935 On Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 10:21:13 PM UTC-4, rich T wrote: > Just an update on receiving Davis Vant

[weewx-user] Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle Update

2019-04-16 Thread rich T
Just an update on receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle. Currently using WeeWX version 3.9.1 and receiving/displaying all data, including additional UV sensor, from the ISS. Additionally, receiving data from the BME280 I2C sensor for pressure readings. Drivers I'm

[weewx-user] Re: Not getting data to PWSWeather

2019-04-14 Thread rich T
On Friday, April 12, 2019 at 5:07:04 PM UTC-4, Jim Snider wrote: > > I recently sent up whew and intercepter on my Pi to send my Acurite Smart > Hub data to WUnderground. I set up an account for PWS Weather but I'm not > getting any data to them. I've looked at their help files and have been

[weewx-user] Re: Acurite Bridge stopped working yesterday

2019-04-05 Thread rich T
No it is not bricked, my hub stopped reporting yesterday. https://www.wxforum.net/index.php?topic=36552.msg375667;topicseen#msg375667 On Friday, April 5, 2019 at 5:46:51 PM UTC-4, Jamie Borget wrote: > > I noticed yesterday morning my Pi stopped reporting, upon further > inspection I could see

[weewx-user] Re: weewx - interceptor - acurite access

2019-03-25 Thread rich T
Thanks, will give it a try this evening. On Monday, March 25, 2019 at 12:52:24 AM UTC-4, mwall wrote: > > On Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 10:59:25 PM UTC-4, rich T wrote: >> >> Was wondering, before I go crazy, if the weewx-interceptor driver works >> with the Acurite A

[weewx-user] weewx - interceptor - acurite access

2019-03-24 Thread rich T
Was wondering, before I go crazy, if the weewx-interceptor driver works with the Acurite Access. I'm using the same setup (port mirroring) for Acurite Smarthub which been working for over a year now, but the Acurite Access does not seem to work. If I use the following "sudo

[weewx-user] Re: Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-18 Thread rich T
Luc Trying to run the as a standalone driver but it crashes within 10 seconds. pi@raspberrypi:/home/weewx $ sudo PYTHONPATH=bin python bin/user/rtldavis.py --cmd="/home/pi/work/bin/rtldavis -tf US -tr 1" data: ['19:26:26.232530 rtldavis.go VERSION=0.9\n'] data: ['19:26:26.232825 tr=1 fc=0 ex=0

[weewx-user] Re: Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-17 Thread rich T
Luc I Followed your instructions to install the driver, but when I get to step 2., I receive a 404 error. Is the Link correct? Installation 1) install pre-requisites 1.a) install weewx *http://weewx.com/docs.html* 1.b) install golang eg: on raspberry

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-17 Thread rich T
I believe v3 versions and up have built in Bias tees which is set by the software (true or false) depending if you want to use the bias tee. Rich On Sunday, March 17, 2019 at 3:58:09 PM UTC-4, Luc Heijst wrote: > On Sunday, 17 March 2019 16:02:23 UTC-3, Phil Green wrote: >> >> However, I am

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-14 Thread rich T
Luc Thanks...issue is fixed. Rich On Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 6:15:10 PM UTC-4, Luc Heijst wrote: > Rich, > > Sorry about that. fixeded in commit d38de5f > > > > Luc > > > > > Luc > > I get an error

[weewx-user] Re: Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-14 Thread rich T
Luc I get an error when trying to running the program. I have the latest main.go file. pi@raspberrypi:~ $ cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/lheijst/rtldavis pi@raspberrypi:~/work/src/github.com/lheijst/rtldavis $ git submodule init pi@raspberrypi:~/work/src/github.com/lheijst/rtldavis $ git submodule

[weewx-user] Re: Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-13 Thread rich T
Luc The approach sounds like a good way to proceed. Currently running option -tr 3 and receiving the same results. Do you think we should move this to weewx-development group? Rich On Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 7:10:21 PM UTC-4, Luc Heijst wrote: > Hi Rich, > > We need another approach.

[weewx-user] Re: Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-13 Thread rich T
Hi Luc I re-compiled the code with the frequencies you provided and here is what I get: pi@raspberrypi:~/work/src/github.com/lheijst/rtldavis $ $GOPATH/bin/rtldavis -tf US 17:53:20.344708 rtldavis.go VERSION=0.7 17:53:20.345197 tr=1 actChan=[0] maxChan=1 *transmitterId=0 msgIdToChan=[0 9 9 9

[weewx-user] Re: Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-13 Thread rich T
Luc Will use the frequencies you provided tonight when I get back into the area. My ISS is located approximately 50 feet from the console and is set as Id 0. Only additional sensor I have is the UV sensor, which I just recently added. Rich -- You received this message because you are

Re: [weewx-user] Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-12 Thread rich T
Luc The closest Davis station is about 2 miles away. It is most likely the battery in the ISS, since it is the original (I guess it is time to replace the battery). I replaced the supercap about six years ago. It could be a possibility why I don't see all the frequencies, but the my reception

Re: [weewx-user] Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-12 Thread rich T
Hi Luc Yes I will give those frequencies a try. I tried the formula provided and I could not get the same result, which was driving me crazy. Here is what I think, but could be wrong. FSTEP = FXOSC/2^19 FSTEP = 0.6103515 I don't see where FSTEP gets converted to Hz. Rich On

Re: [weewx-user] Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-12 Thread rich T
Hi Luc Looking through the capture log from early this morning until now, looks like it logged six frequencies. Ruling out one of since it constantly around -3db, most likely my smoke detector. I need to readjust the bandwidth while scanning for these frequencies. I'm wondering if the Davis

Re: [weewx-user] Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-12 Thread rich T
Hi Luc The plugin that I'm using for scanning can be downloaded from here. http://www.freqmgrsuite.com/ It seems to work fine but like you, I'm learning how to properly use the plugin. As for the SDR dongle, I'm using one of the originals. Rich On Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 4:51:51 AM

Re: [weewx-user] Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-11 Thread rich T
Hi Luc No problem, I figured there was a slight issue. Right now I'm just scanning for activity between 902 to 928 MHz. Going to let SDRsharp run for a day or two and just record the hits over a certain dB level. In theory, I should see the frequencies that is being transmitted by the Davis.

Re: [weewx-user] Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-11 Thread rich T
Hi Luc The battery-low bug is now corrected. I'm capturing packets, does not look like I'm capturing everything. According to the 6312 operational description, for the US version, it hops through 51 channels between 902 and 928 MHz. Below is what I captured so far.

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 0.9 now available

2019-03-10 Thread rich T
Patrick What type of sensor are you using for soilTemp1? Rich On Sunday, March 10, 2019 at 3:43:57 PM UTC-4, Patrick Tranchant wrote: > hello PAT > > I have just upgraded with version 0.9.1; all is Good, I have just modified > the files to translate in french. > I wait for the new version to

Re: [weewx-user] Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-10 Thread rich T
Luc It seems to run about one minute then crashes. I have a Vantage Pro 2 and using a NESDR SMART dongle. This is what I get: pi@raspberrypi:~/work/src/github.com/lheijst/rtldavis $ $GOPATH/bin/rtldavis -tf US 22:58:59.859978 rtldavis.go VERSION=0.7 22:58:59.860466 tr=1 actChan=[0]

[weewx-user] Re: New Install SDR 915 Mhz, no WWW folder - sdr rpi recipe

2019-03-09 Thread rich T
I don't recall a "-q" option in RTL_433, unless they added it in a recent update. On Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 9:31:23 AM UTC-5, Ashley Gibbon wrote: > > Hi > New NOOBs install following the sdr rpi recipe > > I bought a new Weather Station, WS-2902A , > > I got responses from the station

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Getting the RPi 3 with Davis Vantage up and running

2019-03-05 Thread rich T
Try clearing the cache on the chromebook and pc. On Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at 5:24:44 PM UTC-5, monmul wrote: > > Hah! If I look it up on my phoneI get the correct jpg? > > On Wednesday, 6 March 2019 11:16:49 UTC+13, monmul wrote: >> >> I am browsing from 2 different pcsone a

Re: [weewx-user] Receiving Davis Vantage weather data with a RTL-SDR dongle

2019-03-04 Thread rich T
Switch several of my older dongles to this one: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HA642SW/ref=sspa_dk_detail_2?psc=1_rd_i=B01HA642SW_rd_w=JtW8R_rd_p=733540df-430d-45cd-9525-21bc15b0e6cc_rd_wg=fH2H2_rd_r=YKVSGSYAFB36QD0YPV4W_rd_r=2faf93c1-3ed6-11e9-936e-01fa71378c68 . This dongle seems not to drift

[weewx-user] Re: Lake and pool water temperature weather station?

2019-03-03 Thread rich T
s going to use sdr to get > the signal as suggested in the posts first answer from mwall. > > the ws-2902a station has usb, but is not on the hardware list. it is the > same instruments as the 1900 but with wifi and usb i believe. > > > > On Sunday, March 3, 2019 at 11:15:2

[weewx-user] Re: Lake and pool water temperature weather station?

2019-03-03 Thread rich T
sor combo to add pool > temperature? > > This station has pool temperature: http://www.agualindapool.com/weewx/ > > http://www.agualindapool.com/weewx/ > > > > > On Saturday, March 2, 2019 at 10:08:40 PM UTC-5, rich T wrote: >> >> Ashley >> >> Looks like

[weewx-user] Re: Lake and pool water temperature weather station?

2019-03-02 Thread rich T
Ashley Looks like the devices on order use 815 MHz (WS-1900) and 433 MHz (007PF / F007TP) as their transmit frequencies. I guess you are using a SDR and RTL_433 for decoding. You can configure RTL_433 to hop between those frequencies, but how much data are you willing to lose when hopping

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 0.9 now available

2019-03-01 Thread rich T
ew Page Source" (or > equivalent for your browser). Then scroll to the bottom. > > Phil > > On Friday, March 1, 2019 at 10:01:07 AM UTC-5, rich T wrote: >> >> Pat >> >> This update works, I do not get any errors. Only item missing is the skin >> ve

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 0.9 now available

2019-03-01 Thread rich T
Friday, March 1, 2019 at 8:33:13 AM UTC-5, rich T wrote: >> >> Yes planning to upgrade at later date. >> >> >> On Friday, March 1, 2019 at 8:22:57 AM UTC-5, Pat wrote: >> >>> I see the error and I think it's because you're not on weewx 3.9.1. I >>

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 0.9 now available

2019-03-01 Thread rich T
> > On Thursday, February 28, 2019 at 10:49:26 PM UTC-5, rich T wrote: >> >> But I get an "TypeError: format() got an unexpected keyword argument >> 'None_string'' error. >> >> >> >> On Thursday, February 28, 2019 at 10:15:31 PM UTC-5, rich T w

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 0.9 now available

2019-02-28 Thread rich T
But I get an "TypeError: format() got an unexpected keyword argument 'None_string'' error. On Thursday, February 28, 2019 at 10:15:31 PM UTC-5, rich T wrote: > > Pat > > Installed without any issues. > > Rich > > On Thursday, February 28, 2019 at 7:50:34 PM UTC

[weewx-user] Re: Belchertown skin 0.9 now available

2019-02-28 Thread rich T
Pat Installed without any issues. Rich On Thursday, February 28, 2019 at 7:50:34 PM UTC-5, Pat wrote: > I've just released Belchertown skin 0.9. You can read the updates and > download it here: https://github.com/poblabs/weewx-belchertown/releases > > A lot of work went into this release.

[weewx-user] Re: How to differentiate when using two SDR usb dongles for two different frequencies.

2019-02-27 Thread rich T
Here is what I have: RLT2832U V3 (2) NESDR SMArT (4) NESDR SMArTee w Sawbird GOES LNA All running on RPI3s On Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 8:57:54 PM UTC-5, vince wrote: > On Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 4:10:05 PM UTC-8, steep...@gmail.com > wrote: >> >> Thanks to everybody for their

[weewx-user] Re: How to differentiate when using two SDR usb dongles for two different frequencies.

2019-02-27 Thread rich T
> On Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 2:36:16 PM UTC, rich T wrote: >> >> Did you try "rtl_eeprom" to change the dongle's serial number. >> >> On Monday, February 25, 2019 at 6:40:42 PM UTC-5, steep...@gmail.com >> wrote: >>> >>> Thanks Rube

[weewx-user] Re: How to differentiate when using two SDR usb dongles for two different frequencies.

2019-02-26 Thread rich T
Did you try "rtl_eeprom" to change the dongle's serial number. On Monday, February 25, 2019 at 6:40:42 PM UTC-5, steep...@gmail.com wrote: > > Thanks Ruben, > > I will give a try and let you know how it goes. > > On Monday, February 25, 2019 at 9:43:24 PM UTC, Ruben Navarro Huedo wrote: >> >>

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