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  • #29174
    DonZalmrol
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    Hi,

    According to the expProtocol.h file for the uradmonitor_kit1 (used for my DIY station) you can use the codes below for uploading your sensory data:
    #define ID_TIME_SECONDS “01” // compulsory: local time in seconds
    #define ID_TEMPERATURE_CELSIUS “02” // optional: temperature in degrees celsius
    #define ID_PRESSURE_PASCALS “03” // optional: barometric pressure in pascals
    #define ID_HUMIDITY_RH “04” // optional: humidity as relative humidity in percentage %
    #define ID_LUMINOSITY_RL “05” // optional: luminosity as relative luminosity in percentage ‰
    #define ID_VOC_OHM “06” // optional: volatile organic compounds in ohms
    #define ID_CO2_PPM “07” // optional: carbon dioxide in ppm
    #define ID_CH2O_PPM “08” // optional: formaldehyde in ppm
    #define ID_PM25_UGCM “09” // optional: particulate matter in micro grams per cubic meter
    #define ID_BATTERY_VOLTS “0A” // optional: device battery voltage in volts
    #define ID_GEIGER_CPM “0B” // optional: radiation measured on geiger tube in cpm
    #define ID_INVERTERVOLTAGE_VOLTS “0C” // optional: high voltage geiger tube inverter voltage in volts
    #define ID_INVERTERDUTY_PM “0D” // optional: high voltage geiger tube inverter duty in ‰
    #define ID_VERSION_HW “0E” // optional: hardware version
    #define ID_VERSION_SW “0F” // optional: software firmware version
    #define ID_TUBE “10” // optional: tube type ID

    This works great for the current given values, but what are the needed codes for:
    PM1.0
    PM2.5
    PM10
    Noise
    Ozon
    Nitrogen Dioxide
    Sulphur Dioxide
    Carbon Monoxide
    Hydrogen Sulfide
    Benzene
    Radon
    AQI/AIQ

    Thanks!

    #29219
    DonZalmrol
    Participant

    Anybody? 🙂

    #29220
    Radu
    Keymaster

    Not all the parameters are yet implemented in the “expProtocol”. It needs an update in this regard. Since there are no particular requirements on the order, you might want to do this yourself, and push your contribution on the github code.

    What do you think?

    define ID_PM1_UGCM “11” // optional: particulate matter in micro grams per cubic meter

    Radu

    #29243
    DonZalmrol
    Participant

    Sure, how do I proceed? Just create some defines and update the github, then your team will incorporate this into the API & site? Thx!

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