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Uhm… that’s a bit complicated as that file is encrypted. Data that is not being sent to the server will be stored there, to allow sync later on.
I would stick to the standard CSV files. If WIFI is connected, the CSV files will be generated.April 14, 2021 at 6:23 pm in reply to: Hot charger + Device offline while connected to WIfi #28801
Please include a snapshot of its internal webpage. You can access it opening the unit’s IP in your browser.
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Sorry for the confusion,
You can also look at the KIT1, that is even lower cost and you can hack it to add more sensors on it.April 13, 2021 at 6:41 am in reply to: Hot charger + Device offline while connected to WIfi #28792
No, the charger should not get hot, neither warm actually. I suspect there is something wrong with the charger you received. As a quick test, please use the SMOGGIE-CO2 charger to see if the problem goes away.
Then I can either send you a replacement charger, or simply use any of the standard USB ones you may have lying around from old phones or tablets. SMOGGIE needs very little to run, so even a 5V 250mA charger would work (most are 5V 1A).
hi Catalin, some people seem to have trouble running the firmware update. Should you have the time, please consider writing a short tutorial on the blog to explain the steps you did . I can also send you the latest firmware.
You can send it back via http://www.uradmonitor.com/rma
Before you do that, try to see if you can get the USB commands working. I am especially interested in seeing the “default” command working on your unit, to restore it to factory default. See: https://www.uradmonitor.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/uRADMonitor_USB_commands_comp.pdf
Thank you for the feedback. Indeed, the current batch of 5V USB adapters might not be the best one. We will use something better next.
Sorry for that. Yes, this is under developement and hope to see it soon. You’ll be able to setup notifications from http://www.uradmonitor.com/dashboard in your account, including when the unit detects some predefined values, etc.
Yes, Wolferl is right, those spikes pushed the diagram too much.December 24, 2020 at 8:53 pm in reply to: Europe: Radiation levels off the charts, increased PM2.5 and Evora #28628
Yup, totally agree! Also a community flagging option (vote based, etc).
The picture is new on a production unit. The manufacturer produces this variant for uRADMonitor.
Yes, but only with a firmware update . This feature is implemented in code, but not activated on production firmware.