Sure!

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ISS on ID=2, extra temp sensor on ID=3



Op zondag 28 juni 2020 12:13:08 UTC+2 schreef flor...@pre-vost.fr:
>
> Hi Maarten,
>
> To help Bastiaan and me to WLL Driver, can you share the answer of your 
> request of http://1.2.3.4/v1/current_conditions (change 1.2.3.4 by your 
> internal IP) ?
> You've another sensor with other ID and it will be helpfull to have this 
> data to implement it on driver,
>
> Thank you ! 
>
> Le samedi 27 juin 2020 à 10:53:21 UTC+2, flor...@pre-vost.fr a écrit :
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> Baastian, yes of course, I think it a good idea to make a request using 
>> weewx object to read the daily rain to the database and make a comparison 
>> with the rainfall daily by the WLL but I need the help of @Tom Keffer for 
>> this.
>>
>> For UnitUS, I know that if it possible but for readability, I decided to 
>> make a conversion before yield the packet to the genlooppackets(). Also, 
>> when i need to add record manual by using the method addRecords, I need to 
>> put on the packet the right unit set in weewx.conf. If you've another 
>> suggest, let me know :) 
>>
>> Maarten, I will fix this issue in few days, I know how can I do this by 
>> search any key in each sensor :) 
>>
>> -fp
>>
>> Le samedi 27 juin 2020 à 10:40:09 UTC+2, hoev...@gmail.com a écrit :
>>
>>> Hello Bastiaan,
>>>
>>> The WLL is a wonderful piece of equipment. Now I can run production with 
>>> WeeWX, and start a test-enviroment in a virtual machine, while talking to 
>>> the same WLL.
>>>
>>> I've installed your driver. I have running my ISS on ID 2 (and have an 
>>> external temp sensor running on sensor 3).
>>>
>>> When ISS set to ID=2, I only seems to see internal sensor data, like:
>>>
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:37:51 CEST (1593247071) altimeter: 
>>> 1008.6586993806619, barometer: 1009.0082158009718, dateTime: 1593247071, 
>>> inDewpoint: 17.27777777777778, inHumidity: 55.1, inTemp: 
>>> 27.055555555555557, maxSolarRad: None, pressure: 1008.5679853403257, 
>>> rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> {'data': {'broadcast_port': 22222, 'duration': 3600}, 'error': None}
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:37:51 CEST (1593247071) dateTime: 1593247071, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:37:53 CEST (1593247073) dateTime: 1593247073, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:37:56 CEST (1593247076) dateTime: 1593247076, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:37:58 CEST (1593247078) dateTime: 1593247078, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:38:01 CEST (1593247081) dateTime: 1593247081, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:38:03 CEST (1593247083) dateTime: 1593247083, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:38:06 CEST (1593247086) dateTime: 1593247086, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:38:06 CEST (1593247086) altimeter: 
>>> 1008.6925672055719, barometer: 1009.04207968256, dateTime: 1593247086, 
>>> inDewpoint: 17.27777777777778, inHumidity: 55.1, inTemp: 
>>> 27.055555555555557, maxSolarRad: None, pressure: 1008.6018492219138, 
>>> rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:38:08 CEST (1593247088) dateTime: 1593247088, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> When set ISS to ID=1, I see the same
>>>
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:38:56 CEST (1593247136) altimeter: 
>>> 1008.7264350305117, barometer: 1009.075943564148, dateTime: 1593247136, 
>>> inDewpoint: 17.22222222222222, inHumidity: 54.9, inTemp: 
>>> 27.055555555555557, maxSolarRad: None, pressure: 1008.635713103502, 
>>> rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> {'data': {'broadcast_port': 22222, 'duration': 3600}, 'error': None}
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:38:56 CEST (1593247136) dateTime: 1593247136, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:38:58 CEST (1593247138) dateTime: 1593247138, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:39:01 CEST (1593247141) dateTime: 1593247141, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:39:03 CEST (1593247143) dateTime: 1593247143, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:39:06 CEST (1593247146) dateTime: 1593247146, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:39:08 CEST (1593247148) dateTime: 1593247148, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:39:11 CEST (1593247151) dateTime: 1593247151, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:39:11 CEST (1593247151) altimeter: 
>>> 1008.6586993806619, barometer: 1009.0082158009718, dateTime: 1593247151, 
>>> inDewpoint: 17.27777777777778, inHumidity: 55.1, inTemp: 
>>> 27.055555555555557, maxSolarRad: None, pressure: 1008.5679853403257, 
>>> rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>> LOOP:   2020-06-27 10:39:13 CEST (1593247153) dateTime: 1593247153, 
>>> maxSolarRad: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 17
>>>
>>> Op zaterdag 27 juni 2020 om 10:17:55 UTC+2 schreef Bastiaan Meelberg:
>>>
>>>> Python is pretty new to me, I was unaware of the use of the _packet 
>>>> underscore method. I will update my code. Thanks for the tip.
>>>>
>>>> Have a look at the rain calculations, I found out yesterday, during a 
>>>> rain shower, setting  the self.rain_previous_period to zero is not a 
>>>> good idea. If weewx is reloading the diver (and it does) it will add the 
>>>> daily rain as a whole new rainfall. I will update my repo during the day.
>>>>
>>>> Also at midnight WLL will reset the rain_daily, so at that moment the 
>>>> rain_previous must be reset.
>>>>
>>>> I also don't think you need to do all the METRIC and METRICWX 
>>>> conversions. Weewx will do that for you, if you set the 'usUnits': 
>>>> weewx.US  in the _packet. The LOOP will be generated and weewx is 
>>>> adding the record using the set database metrics.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On Friday, June 26, 2020 at 6:56:18 PM UTC+2, flor...@pre-vost.fr 
>>>> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> Hi everyone and thank you for your support ! I'm very glade to know 
>>>>> that people want to make this driver because there are not a lot.
>>>>>
>>>>> This is my repo :  https://github.com/Drealine/WLLDriver 
>>>>>
>>>>> @Bastiaan it's very nice ! Just, why you use update packet or not 
>>>>> simply do a for _packet in blabla(): It's a udp protocol ?
>>>>>
>>>>> With my driver, you can retrive lost data by using API v2 of 
>>>>> Weatherlink. Depend to your subscription.
>>>>>
>>>>> Glad to work with you, and if you want, it will be more often that 
>>>>> split some git to one. 
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards, -fp 
>>>>>
>>>>> Le vendredi 26 juin 2020 à 18:35:45 UTC+2, Bastiaan Meelberg a écrit :
>>>>>
>>>>>> Hi, 
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I’m also working on a wll driver, including The 2,5 UDP packages. It 
>>>>>> is running now for a few days with good results (no rain check yet). 
>>>>>> The integration with the online fetch sounds interesting! 
>>>>>> This is my git fork: 
>>>>>> https://github.com/grebleem/WeatherLinkliveUDP 
>>>>>>
>>>>>> It is feeding my site: https://meteo-otterlo.nl 
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Cheers, Bastiaan 
>>>>>>
>>>>>

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