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  • #2933
    Steve
    Participant

    1.1.0 works well for me, including the logging.

    #3333
    Mads Barnkob
    Moderator

    Voltage is not updated in uRADMonitorX for my old A1 model, now with 118 firmware. Maybe due to different prefix spelling? “vol:” vs “voltage:”

    webserver:
    URADMONITOR 11000003
    type:1 hw:100 sw:118 SBM20radiation:18CPM (22.76CPM)
    temperature:29.00C

    vol:379V (46%/15.50kHz)
    uptime:2764s wdt:3s

    eth:10.0.0.24 (23.239.13.18)
    http:200 46/46

    JSON: {“data”:{ “id”:”11000003″,”type”:”1″,”detector”:”SBM20″,”voltage”:378,”cpm”:27,”temperature”:29.89,”uptime”: 160}}

    My KIT1 which reports voltage fine in uRADMonitorX

    webserver:
    uRADMonitor 51000042
    type:5 hw:103 sw:115 SBM20radiation:14CPM
    average:21CPM
    voltage:378V (69%)
    ip:10.0.0.23
    http:200

    JSON: {“data”:{ “id”:”51000042″,”type”:”5″,”detector”:”SBM20″,”cpm”:18,”temperature”:0.00,”uptime”: 70203}}

    #3334

    Hi, @Mads Barnkob.

    You are right. Instead of pasting is here can you attach it as a HTML page? For example, open the device web page in your browser > choose File > Save Page As…

    Thank you.

    #3337
    uradmonitor
    Keymaster

    Hi guys! I added an example from an A3 unit, that also contains data recorded by A / A2. It might be safer to use the JSON content, as that doesn’t change.

    Also please let me know if you think we should stick to the previous mini-webpage labels, we can still do that, as with the exception of Mads, v118 is not yet released.

    #3343

    The reason I choose to parse only the data from the web page was because it provided more information about the device itself including the response status (HTTP Code) received from uRADMonitor server. Keeping the labels somewhat consistent would be nice.

    P.S. Many thanks for the samples from A3 unit.

    #3344

    One quick question, what is the meaning of 15/15 in the sample you provided?

    #3345
    uradmonitor
    Keymaster

    ok nox, I’ll revert the labels for consistency. Mads, time for an update! 🙂

    15/15 is packets OK (that received http 200) / total packets sent . Normally, these should be equal.

    #3349
    Mads Barnkob
    Moderator

    Ok 🙂

    Just send me the hex file and i’ll flash it tonight

    #3529
    Pat Molloy
    Participant

    Hi, just installed a new A3; all working fine – sitting at 192.168.254.11 on local network.

    uRadMonitorX (running v0.37.0.39201) on Windows 10 64bit, and getting “Device data fetch error”

    This is in the logfile (a lot of times!)

    [2016-09-18 19:10:10] Device data fetch error. Exception: System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException: Length cannot be less than zero.
    Parameter name: length
    at System.String.InternalSubStringWithChecks(Int32 startIndex, Int32 length, Boolean fAlwaysCopy)
    at uRADMonitorX.Core.Device.DeviceDataReader.internalParse(String rawText)
    at uRADMonitorX.Core.Device.DeviceDataHttpReader.Read()
    at uRADMonitorX.Core.Fetchers.DeviceDataFetcher.doWork(Object o, EventArgs e)

    #3530

    Hi, @Pat Molloy.

    Currently, A3 model is not supported, but I need some time to add at least some partial implementation…

    Btw, you are using an older version of the app. Please check the official release page on GitHub for the latest version.

    P.S. It seems that due some security rules (error code 15) I cannot post messages with links. 🙁

    #3531
    Pat Molloy
    Participant

    Hi there,

    Ok. thanks for the quick reply. Thought that might be the case. I’ll grab the right version in the meantime !

    Pat

    #3533

    I’ve just released a new version (1.1.1) with partial support (i.e. radiation, temperature, pressure) for A3 model.

    #3534
    Pat Molloy
    Participant

    Very cool! Thanks 🙂 I will give it a go.

    Pat

    #3535
    Pat Molloy
    Participant

    Hi, no luck I’m afraid ..

    [2016-09-22 11:22:18] Device data fetch error. Exception: System.FormatException: Input string was not in a correct format.
    at System.Number.StringToNumber(String str, NumberStyles options, NumberBuffer& number, NumberFormatInfo info, Boolean parseDecimal)
    at System.Number.ParseInt32(String s, NumberStyles style, NumberFormatInfo info)
    at uRADMonitorX.Core.Device.DeviceDataReader.internalParse(String rawText)
    at uRADMonitorX.Core.Device.DeviceDataHttpReader.Read()
    at uRADMonitorX.Core.Fetchers.DeviceDataFetcher.doWork(Object o, EventArgs e)

    #3536

    I’ll need a sample from your device readings. For example, open the device web page in your browser > choose File > Save Page As… and then attach it here.

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