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Re: GW1000 Windows 10 Dashboard
« Reply #25 on: May 20, 2021, 05:37:02 PM »
About temperature: in my app there is a missing dot (or comma), 252 instead of 25.2 for example. It happens only in Live Data not in the main window. But it happens every time.

Thanks for testing the app:

the livedata is just supposed to help people know exactly what they are receiving from the device.
the protocol return a X10 value.

Which firmware and configuration  do you have there? I need to start filtering when I can't parse the temperature correctly.

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Re: GW1000 Windows 10 Dashboard
« Reply #26 on: May 20, 2021, 06:52:24 PM »
Just downloaded app

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Re: GW1000 Windows 10 Dashboard
« Reply #27 on: May 21, 2021, 02:32:00 AM »
I usually have the last firmware, that is 1.6.6 now.

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Re: GW1000 Windows 10 Dashboard
« Reply #28 on: May 21, 2021, 11:34:00 AM »
I usually have the last firmware, that is 1.6.6 now.
Do the app return the right temperatures? Can you paste here the livedata answer and eventual error report?

I assume that most people will have their firmware updated. so I'll rely on those user for a feedback.
A well design protocol should never break older versions.
This one specifically isn't very robust or future proof.

Since firmware check/support isn't a very common feature I would like to try to manage different firmware if possible.
That would make the app unique and useful (beyond the main scope of looking pretty, be straightforward and easy to use).

Another thing to manage is how different hardware can change how the protocol behave(one would thing shouldn't make any difference right?)
I use the GW1000 (GW1000B_V1.6.3) with an Ambient weather WS2902B as external sensor and I never had a single protocol problem so far.
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Re: GW1000 Windows 10 Dashboard
« Reply #29 on: May 21, 2021, 02:23:17 PM »
INTEMP         X10 C: 232
OUTTEMP        X10 C: 216
DEWPOINT       X10 C:
WINDCHILL      X10 C:
HEATINDEX      X10 C:
INHUMI              %: 52
OUTHUMI             %: 41
ABSBARO           hpa: 10106
RELBARO           hpa: 10193
WINDDIRECTION       : 93
WINDSPEED     X10 m/s: 0
GUSTSPEED     X10 m/s: 0
RAINEVENT         mm : 0
RAINRATE         mm/h: 0
RAINHOUR           mm:
RAINDAY            mm: 0
RAINWEEK           mm: 0
RAINMONTH          mm: 17
RAINYEAR           mm: 1471
RAINTOTALS         mm:
LIGHT (lux)       lux:
UV              uW/m:
UVI             index:
TIME                 :
DAYLWINDMAX       m/s: 66
TEMP1          X10 C: 214
TEMP2          X10 C: 213
TEMP3          X10 C: 208
TEMP4          X10 C: 215
TEMP5          X10 C: 218
TEMP6          X10 C:
TEMP7          X10 C:
TEMP8          X10 C:
HUMI1               %: 41
HUMI2               %: 41
HUMI3               %: 43
HUMI4               %: 42
HUMI5               %: 40
HUMI6               %:
HUMI7               %:
HUMI8               %:
PM25_CH1        g/m:
SOILTEMP1      X10 C:
SOILMOISTURE1       %: 47
SOILTEMP2      X10 C:
SOILMOISTURE2       %: 35
SOILTEMP3      X10 C:
SOILMOISTURE3       %:
SOILTEMP4      X10 C:
SOILMOISTURE4       %:
SOILTEMP5      X10 C:
SOILMOISTURE5       %:
SOILTEMP6      X10 C:
SOILMOISTURE6       %:
SOILTEMP7      X10 C:
SOILMOISTURE7       %:
SOILTEMP8       10 C:
SOILMOISTURE8       %:
SOILTEMP9      X10 C:
SOILMOISTURE9       %:
SOILTEMP10     X10 C:
SOILMOISTURE10      %:
SOILTEMP11     X10 C:
SOILMOISTURE11      %:
SOILTEMP12     X10 C:
SOILMOISTURE12      %:
SOILTEMP13     X10 C:
SOILMOISTURE13      %:
SOILTEMP14     X10 C:
SOILMOISTURE14      %:
SOILTEMP15     X10 C:
SOILMOISTURE15     % :
SOILTEMP16     X10 C:
SOILMOISTURE16      %:
LOWBATT              :
PM25_24HAVG1         :
PM25_24HAVG2         :
PM25_24HAVG3         :
PM25_24HAVG4         :
PM25_CH2        g/m:
PM25_CH3        g/m:
PM25_CH4        g/m:
LEAK_CH1             :
LEAK_CH2             :
LEAK_CH3             :
LEAK_CH4             :
LIGHTNING DISTANCE KM: 24
LIGHTNING_TIME    UTC: 7010688
LIGHTNING_POWER      : 0
TF_USR1        X10 C:
TF_USR2        X10 C:
TF_USR3        X10 C:
TF_USR4        X10 C:
TF_USR5        X10 C:
TF_USR6        X10 C:
TF_USR7        X10 C:
TF_USR8        X10 C:
SENSOR_CO2     :
AQI            :
LEAF_WETNESS_CH1    :
LEAF_WETNESS_CH2    :
LEAF_WETNESS_CH3    :
LEAF_WETNESS_CH4    :
LEAF_WETNESS_CH5    :
LEAF_WETNESS_CH6    :
LEAF_WETNESS_CH7    :
LEAF_WETNESS_CH8    :


I believe that protocol was not changed when getting live data.

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Re: GW1000 Windows 10 Dashboard
« Reply #30 on: May 23, 2021, 01:20:40 AM »
Ok. A new version is out.
It should  have the temperature provlem solved thanks to the fast feedback for the users here.
Somebody suggested to lower the update rate to 15 seconds.  It does seem a bit excessive to me but jere it is in all its glory.

Ill probably add the autodiscovery feature since the gw1000 seem to really like renegotiate its IP quite often.
Meanwhile I tried to run it on an XBOX and it just worked... I wasn't expexting that...
Its weird that nobody seem to write anything for the platform. Seem perfeft for a lot of  IOT projects.
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Re: GW1000 Windows 10 Dashboard
« Reply #31 on: May 23, 2021, 03:49:48 AM »
Somebody suggested to lower the update rate to 15 seconds.
Maybe this can be a setting?

Unfortunately I don't have any XBOX around

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Re: GW1000 Windows 10 Dashboard
« Reply #32 on: May 23, 2021, 10:37:50 AM »
yep, just mildly lazy and a bit concern if "extreme" value could cause problems to people infrastructure.
It's mainly just a graphical dashboard.
   
Somebody suggested to lower the update rate to 15 seconds.
Maybe this can be a setting?

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Re: GW1000 Windows 10 Dashboard
« Reply #33 on: May 26, 2021, 08:40:35 PM »
First - thanks for creating this, I actually installed it before my GW-1000 arrived.

Now that I have the GW-1000 (for one day) here's my feedback and suggestions:

I set the app to the minimum size and put it in one corner of the screen, I'd like to be able to get rid of the borders at the top and bottom to make it a bit smaller. I don't need last update time, the other information on that line or the countdown bar at the bottom.

I'd like to see wind speed and gusts at the same time. I don't need the degrees of wind direction, the arrow is enough.

I'd also like to see all the rain measurements at once.

Thanks!




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Re: GW1000 Windows 10 Dashboard
« Reply #34 on: May 27, 2021, 05:17:12 PM »
First - thanks for creating this, I actually installed it before my GW-1000 arrived.

Now that I have the GW-1000 (for one day) here's my feedback and suggestions:

I set the app to the minimum size and put it in one corner of the screen, I'd like to be able to get rid of the borders at the top and bottom to make it a bit smaller. I don't need last update time, the other information on that line or the countdown bar at the bottom.

I'd like to see wind speed and gusts at the same time. I don't need the degrees of wind direction, the arrow is enough.

I'd also like to see all the rain measurements at once.

Thanks!

Great suggestions and thanks for trying the app.

This version wanted to be a middleground  between minimal maintenance/feedback and technical helpful.

I was thinking about a more widgety-like version without clutter and be more resizable.

I wasn't really sure if those rain value were working for people. In my case the GW1000 get the data from an Ambient Weather station and I think it update those value only if the GW1000 stay connected 24/7.

I really have no idea how people use those gateway.

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Re: GW1000 Windows 10 Dashboard
« Reply #35 on: May 28, 2021, 02:30:21 AM »
GW1000 is only a gateway, if not connected data are lost. It is the same for the WN1900 that is in beta testing.

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Re: GW1000 Windows 10 Dashboard
« Reply #36 on: May 28, 2021, 10:20:00 AM »
GW1000 is only a gateway, if not connected data are lost. It is the same for the WN1900 that is in beta testing.

I would not use a dismissive "just".
Ecowitt changed a lot the way I would purchase a weather station adding a lot of "modularity" and flexibility the the whole market.

In any case the GW1000 have a minimal storage ability. It retain it's own Rain values log.

It would have be amazing if FineOffset would have equipped the device with a total 24h log.
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Re: GW1000 Windows 10 Dashboard
« Reply #37 on: May 28, 2021, 12:28:15 PM »
There was a request to have a GW1000 that can record data, maybe on SD. I know that they are thinking about.

Some consoles can record all data but I don't remember which one.

I like these gateways since I have three of them  :wink:

 

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