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  • in reply to: Hot charger + Device offline while connected to WIfi #28822
    Wolferl
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    You’re welcome, great you got your Smoggie to work!

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: Hot charger + Device offline while connected to WIfi #28806
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Your unit seems to get no IP and DNS addresses (“IP unset”), that’s why it cannot contact the uradmonitor server.
    You seem to have correctly setup the access to your Wifi (it says “Wifi:connected”). Does you Wifi router have DHCP activated (it usually is)?
    It could also be a routing or firewall issue, though.

    HTH,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: Faulty Model 3A wifi #28786
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi Adam,

    Since it has happended before: be sure to check the wall wart, they like to fail. These are standard 5V PSU models, just try your A3 with a standard USB PSU for phones or tablets you may have lying around.
    The modules themselves are pretty reliable.

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: VOC sensor? #28632
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi Ken,

    I think the problem with this are some short, very high readings which blow up the vertical scale of the diagram too much.
    Zoom in a time range without large peaks and you’ll see nice, plausible looking values.
    It would be better to use logarithmic scaling for VOC and PM… @Radu?

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: Historical Data Not Being Displayed #28630
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi,

    I just tried with your unit, it seems to work fine. Did you click the Apply-Button when you selected a new date range?

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: IP change #28614
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi Matej,

    Right now, that is not possible yet. It makes no sense, since for the first setup you cannot use an AP (it is not setup yet) you need to use your Wifi phone or tablet to connect and setup. These devices usually have no DHCP server. Thats why the Smoggie has a fixed 192.168.4.1 address.
    After setup, since you usually use an AP (access point, Wifi router) to connect it to the internet, and the Smoggie uses DHCP, you can assign any IP you want on the DHCP-Server.
    My Smoogie is configured that way and it works fine.

    HTH,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: Temperature #28608
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi Sorin,

    The values on the local webpage are raw, uncorrected values.
    The ones shown in the graphs on uradmonitor.com are “real” values. The sensors in the units have some deviations which are calibrated out in the factory.

    HTH,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: IP change #28607
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi Matej,

    It would help to know which kind of unit you are asking about…

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: Smoggie keeps hotspot on after configuration #28605
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi Radu,

    Thats great to hear! Is it already possible to get that firmware update for existing units?

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi Aida,

    That YT video is bullsh*t. Talking about radiation while displaying air pollution values ๐Ÿ™
    That 1000ยตg/m3 unit at Evora is definitely a defective unit, other units at the same spot (!) show low values.
    There are some units in Europe showing high radiation values, but these also seem to be defective.
    Eg. KIT1 unit 13000212 in Italy:
    https://www.uradmonitor.com/?open=13000212&sensor=cpm
    It shows very fluctuating high voltage values, which leads to wrong counts.

    We really need to have some means to inform these users to keep the map clean. I think most users aren’t even aware that their units are sending bad values.

    @Radu
    , any ideas or plans on that?

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: Opensource KIT1 firmware #28585
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Great, thank you so much, Radu!

    Saved it locally, too!

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: A3 Noise flatline #28557
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi Jank,

    Can you test another power supply? There were several case reports with all sorts of weird behaviour of units because of bad power supplies.

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: A3 Noise flatline #28548
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi Jank,

    Your unit shows a constant noise level of almost 100 dB, that is very loud. You’ll probably need to contact Radu to find out whats going on with the unit.

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi Paul,

    It would help if you tell us the ID of at least one of the affected units…

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi Mike,

    Many, if not all battery packs do power off their outputs if the electric load on it is too light.
    You could connect a resistor parallel to the 5 volt output to create a load, but that seems dodgy ๐Ÿ™‚

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

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