just found that pond.py from the wiki does exactly what I need.  Thanks for 
getting me past my mental block though

On Friday, 11 August 2017 06:12:56 UTC+3, gjr80 wrote:

> Of course, my mistake. Still easy enough, just a simple service run up 
> front in the process_services list to add your intemp to the loop packet 
> as whatever field you want it to be stored in. The trickiest part will be 
> making sure the units match the existing loop packet unit system. If using 
> software record generation then WeeWX will take care of the accumulation of 
> intemp and it will appear in archive records and saved to archive as long 
> as the field name is in the schema.
> Gary
> On Friday, 11 August 2017 12:51:32 UTC+10, Andrew Milner wrote:
>> Gary - I'll still be getting 90% of the data from the fine offset - so 
>> will need to use the fousb driver - just that there is an additional field 
>> for intemp sitting on the server to be added to the FO data somehow - at 
>> either the LOOP or the REC level - and I'll probably just use one of the 
>> existing 'spare' fields.
>> On Friday, 11 August 2017 05:39:12 UTC+3, gjr80 wrote:
>>> Doh!!  Helps to edit the correct file!!!! 
>>> Yes, have sufferred from this one myself on (a number of) occassion(s).
>>> What's the recommend3d way of adding data from a different source (my 
>>>> file) into a REC??
>>> From a file the best way would be to use the fileparse driver 
>>> <https://github.com/weewx/weewx/tree/master/examples/fileparse>.  
>>> fileparse.py should be in bin/examples/fileparse on your install, just 
>>> install it via wee_extension. The readme gives basic install info only, 
>>> have a read of the comments up front of fileparse.py for more config 
>>> info. The hardest part will be deciding what field to put you new intemp 
>>> into; inTemp, some other existing field or a new field that you would 
>>> need to add to your schema. All are easy enough, the first 2 would be 
>>> handled through the fileparse driver setup, the latter would require some 
>>> manipulation of your db schema but that is well covered in the 
>>> Customization Guide.
>>> Gary

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