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Issue with Solar / UV software configuration
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If one configures RX thus: (I have UV, but not solar sensors)

#define SRUV_OutUnit 0 // 0 for Solar Rad / UV sensors connected to TX_Unit 0, 1 for TX_Unit1, 9 for not used
// ---- Define installed Solar / UV Sensors
#define Solar_Sensor 0 // 0 for not present; 1 for present
#define UV_Sensor 1 // 0 for not present; 1 for present

WD displays: 35565W/m2

Small glitch, but might be worth a look.

Also; I seem to remember this being discussed elsewhere but cannot find it; Wind Gust on WD seems very immediate and is not the same as that on the cumulus software. ie it is only the gust of the last few seconds rather than last for example 10 mins or hour. Not sure if this is a limitation in arduino remembering gust from a longer period.
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(08-01-2016, 10:00)JT118 Wrote:  If one configures RX thus: (I have UV, but not solar sensors)

#define SRUV_OutUnit 0 // 0 for Solar Rad / UV sensors connected to TX_Unit 0, 1 for TX_Unit1, 9 for not used
// ---- Define installed Solar / UV Sensors
#define Solar_Sensor 0 // 0 for not present; 1 for present
#define UV_Sensor 1 // 0 for not present; 1 for present

WD displays: 35565W/m2

Small glitch, but might be worth a look.

Issue confirmed! Thank you.
It will be fixed on next software release.


(08-01-2016, 10:00)JT118 Wrote:  Also; I seem to remember this being discussed elsewhere but cannot find it; Wind Gust on WD seems very immediate and is not the same as that on the cumulus software. ie it is only the gust of the last few seconds rather than last for example 10 mins or hour. Not sure if this is a limitation in arduino remembering gust from a longer period.

The Wind Gust shown at WD units is what Cumulus calls "latest" gust. It represents the latest sampled wind Gust and usually changes almost every 5 seconds. This gives you a real representation of current wind gust.



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