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Postby ccharmatz » Thu Jan 17, 2008 6:06 pm

Mario,

Not sure if we are quite there yet. I did not have a chance to look at before I left work, but my wife called me asking why the house was set to cool to 45F while I was on my way home.

Also most Variables do not seem to be updating.

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Postby mcascio » Mon Jan 21, 2008 3:59 pm

Charles,

Let us know if things continue to work on your system. They looked good when we logged out of it today.
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Postby ccharmatz » Mon Jan 21, 2008 8:40 pm

Mario,

I think I may know where some confusion came in. I made all my screens using:

mlthermostat_001_avg_temp
mlthermostat_001_cool_point
mlthermostat_001_heat_point

and so on. From looking at the wiki it looks as if we now need to use actual or rounded.

Should I just go and delete the old variables?

Also what is fan state initializing mean?

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Postby DavidL » Mon Jan 21, 2008 8:43 pm

I believe a user requested that the other percision variables be added. Your choice on what you want to display.

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Postby ccharmatz » Mon Jan 21, 2008 8:45 pm

well the original heatpoint is not updating with the heatpoint_act having a 10 degree difference.

Still like to know about fan state. :)

State = The new fan state for the thermostat.

Values: Auto, On, Schedule

I saw this in the log:

1/21/2008 10:57:01 PM Sx: http://192.168.1.22:80/get?OID1.13.2.1= ... ID4.3.2.1=
1/21/2008 10:57:01 PM ERROR: 5 -- Invalid procedure call or argument
1/21/2008 10:57:01 PM Rx: OID1.13.2.1=1&OID1.13.2.2=1&OID1.13.2.3=1&OID4.1.1=4&OID4.1.2=2&OID4.1.3=1&OID4.1.4=1&OID4.1.5=600&OID4.1.6=700&OID4.1.9=1&OID4.1.10=4&OID4.1.11=2&OID4.1.12=4&OID4.1.13=707&OID4.3.2.1=707&


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Postby jinksjj » Tue Jan 22, 2008 10:49 am

Fan state was in accurate, this is actually fan mode.

The fan state variable is the one that reports whether the fan is on, off, or is being reset. Unfortunately this variable is read only so the only way that we can directly control the fan is with the fan mode. The allowed values will function as follows:

Auto -- Fan is automatically turned-on as needed by the thermostat.
On -- The fan is always on.
Schedule -- The mode is a combination of auto mode and the defined schedule. When the fan isn't turned on by the schedule, it operates in auto mode.

I have updated the wiki to reflect this and I am looking into the error.

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Postby ccharmatz » Tue Jan 22, 2008 11:11 am

So the fan state of initializing I should ignore as shown in the screen shot?

Also one more thing I noticed this am. There is a schedule in the thermostat that sets the cool point to 85 at 8am. The thermostat sets's itself to 85 fine, but cinemar reports it as 80.

Just trying to be through with my testing.

Thank you for the time.

Charles?

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Postby ccharmatz » Tue Jan 22, 2008 10:52 pm

I know you were looking at it today, I was just looking through the logs and thought you might want me to post this.


1/22/2008 10:45:38 PM Sx: http://192.168.1.22:80/get?OID1.13.2.1= ... ID4.3.2.1=
1/22/2008 10:45:38 PM Rx: OID1.13.2.1=1&OID1.13.2.2=1&OID1.13.2.3=1&OID4.1.1=3&OID4.1.2=2&OID4.1.3=1&OID4.1.4=1&OID4.1.5=640&OID4.1.6=740&OID4.1.9=3&OID4.1.10=4&OID4.1.11=2&OID4.1.12=6&OID4.1.13=719&OID4.3.2.1=719&
1/22/2008 10:46:38 PM Sx: http://192.168.1.22:80/get?OID1.13.2.1= ... ID4.3.2.1=
1/22/2008 10:46:39 PM Rx: OID1.13.2.1=1&OID1.13.2.2=1&OID1.13.2.3=1&OID4.1.1=3&OID4.1.2=2&OID4.1.3=1&OID4.1.4=1&OID4.1.5=640&OID4.1.6=740&OID4.1.9=3&OID4.1.10=4&OID4.1.11=2&OID4.1.12=6&OID4.1.13=719&OID4.3.2.1=719&
1/22/2008 10:46:39 PM ERROR: 6 -- Overflow
1/22/2008 10:46:39 PM There was an error prosessing the thermostate response, OID=OID4.1.11 Val=2

I also noticed the fan on command is not working.


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