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  • in reply to: Issue with map in dashboard #28950
    Wolferl
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    You’re welcome! Great you got your unit going!

    Have a nice day,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: Issue with map in dashboard #28948
    Wolferl
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    Hi,

    I would say, your sensor is shown exactly where you have entered it. You can check on the map, zoom in, on the top right you see the coordinates where the mouse pointer is.
    Wild guess: you have the wrong coordinates.
    From your IP address, it seems you are located in the south of France. Could it be your position is 44.23N 5.32E (instead of 42.23N)?

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: Issue with map in dashboard #28946
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi,

    Which Sensor ID is it please?

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: A3: CO2 not adjusting for temp ? #28936
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi Radu,

    May I ask which dual-beam CO2 sensor you are using?
    I’m just thinking about upgrading my sensor as well…

    Thx,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: formatos fecha y hora #28929
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hola Esteban,

    The time is shown as “epoch”. It is the elapsed time in seconds since January 1st 1970 UTC time.
    There are converters to find everywhere, like epochconverter.com
    You can use a formula to convert epochs to Excel-Dates.

    HTH,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: A3: CO2 not adjusting for temp ? #28890
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi Quincy,

    No need to be rude here, dude. I am /not/ the manufacturer, I’m just a customer like you are. I just wanted to point out how this system works.
    If you are not happy with its performance, talk to Radu.

    Cheers and EOD for me,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: A3: CO2 not adjusting for temp ? #28888
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi Quincy,

    CO2 concentration /is/ dependent on air temperature, have a look at this paper.
    Also, the CO2 sensors used (Winsen MH-Z19) are not very accurate, the datasheet states +/- 50ppm + 5% of reading.
    The datasheet also states that the reading is “temperature compensated”…one never knows how good that works inside a device that generates additional heat.
    It is a cheap sensor after all and one cannot expect laboratory-grade precision from them.
    Additionally, that sensor performs some magic self calibration (that could explain the sudden drop to 450 ppm) and can also be calibrated by the MCU.

    HTH & Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: How to upload to uRadmonitor from (Arduino) ESP32? #28886
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi,

    Great, thanks for the feedback!
    Would you mind posting the project’s code somewhere (github or whatever you prefer), so other people (including me) can replicate what you achieved?

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: How to upload to uRadmonitor from (Arduino) ESP32? #28884
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi,

    You’re welcome, great you got it to work!
    There is no atmospheric pressure reading on your new sensor, is that intended?

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: SI-22G Tube dead time? #28874
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi,

    I did not find that info on the SI22G either.
    But I found this document which explains on page 6 how to calculate the dead time by doing some easy measurements.

    HTH,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: How to upload to uRadmonitor from (Arduino) ESP32? #28871
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi,

    I made a recording with Wireshark of my unit #13000070. I hope it helps you finding out what happens.

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: How to upload to uRadmonitor from (Arduino) ESP32? #28865
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi

    I think you’ll need to delete the “0x” in front of the device ID.
    The number itself needs to be in hexadecimal though.

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: How to upload to uRadmonitor from (Arduino) ESP32? #28862
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi,

    Install Wireshark on a computer on the same network as your devices and see for yourself how your requests look like.

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: How to upload to uRadmonitor from (Arduino) ESP32? #28857
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi,

    I am by no means a JSON guy, but should that code:

      String ptr = "GET /data.uradmonitor.com/api/v1/upload/exp/01/";
            ptr += "X-User-id:%s\r\nX-User-hash:%s\r\nX-Device-id:%08lX\r\n";
            ptr += USER_ID;
            ptr += USER_KEY;
            ptr += "0";

    more read like this?

      String ptr = "GET /data.uradmonitor.com/api/v1/upload/exp/01/\r\n";
            ptr += "X-User-id:" USER_ID "\r\nX-User-Hash:" USER_KEY "\r\nX-Device-id:" DEVICE_ID "\r\n";

    See the CRLF at the GET address end, plus the values inserted at the correct places.
    Also you’ll probably need to supply a correct device id, 0 will not do. You’ll need something like 0x1300xxxx for a KIT1 compatible device.

    HTH,
    Wolferl

    in reply to: How to upload to uRadmonitor from (Arduino) ESP32? #28845
    Wolferl
    Moderator

    Hi,

    It looks like you do not include the authentification bits when trying to upload the values.
    Have a look here:
    PDF Documentatioh for API call

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

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