The define should work, have you tried to add as a decimal number instead of hex?
maybe try clearing the eeprom with the example sketch, then add the line below to your sketch.
#define MY_NODE_ID 2
@njbuch said in Wunderground experience:
Do any of you have advice on how to create a rule that sends a message if there is an error on a gateway...??
You may create a script and run it periodically to check gateway status/message. Based on that you can send message/email, etc.,
I achieved something similar using a pair of scripts and using AND / OR conditions on the motion sensors variables.
In this moment I cannot retrieve the script to show you an example, let me know if you need it and I'll try to get it to you in the next days.
That's great thanks, I will read through that to try and make sense of it.
I have 2 projects at the moment. One is a water level/rain gauge sensor project. I've seen the My Sensors rain gauge sketch but it seems too complex for my needs although I could use it.
The other is a home "smart meter" for our electricity usage using a non invasive current sensor.
It was sooooo simple in the end. But I never would have guessed that 'status' would have been the variable type. I was looking for binary,0,1, even on,off...but status? Where does that come from?
Tested the 'local override switch' and that works - switches realy and updates myc dashboard.
Finally I feel like I might be getting somewhere with all this!
@tag Thank you for the feedback.
the CPU temp is shown as 0.049c instead of 49c
I have filed an issue with pi4j. Seems it's fixed. Let me check with recent version and update.
Which image do you use (in my opinion armbian jesse is still the best..)
Yes, I too use armbian. Which is super cool image for Orange PI
and what is "hot" can you keep your finger on the cpu for a minute?
Sure, Will update you
jkandasa created this issue in Pi4J/pi4j
SystemInfoProvider CPU temperature should be standard across platforms