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New Firmware & Peet Ultimeter

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  • k0yg
    Hi Scott, I finally got a chance to test the new firmware with the Peet Ultimeter to see if the issues were resolved. This is what I found: 1) The issue of
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 3, 2008
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      Hi Scott,

      I finally got a chance to test the new firmware with the Peet
      Ultimeter to see if the issues were resolved. This is what I found:

      1) The issue of the data getting garbled after a transmit seems to be
      resolved - thank you!

      2) The issue of reporting bogus humidity values has not been fixed.
      I do not have a humidity sensor (either indoor or outdoor) attached
      to my Ultimeter.

      WXINFO gives this:
      TEMP:40 WIND 180 AT 0 GUST 2 BARO 10156 *

      The APRS Data transmitted (minus the lat/lon)is this:
      _180/000g002t040P000h69b10156T2WX

      Notice it is reporting a humidity value of 69 percent

      The raw data from the Ultimter looks like this:
      &CR&000000800000000001930193000027AD0009E3D8000102C4------------
      005D0452005003BF005A013B000FFEAE01810141018800EB01880010FFE6000F27A303
      A6000000802BA70000005D27A303A6028301320283004F00240273003503F2000003F2
      0000000003F2000003F2000003F20000000003F2000001F60365012F0401004F02B504
      4201F9034F00000080024703B6003C02C0037A27B4041A00000000005D27B4041A02DD
      036202CA0472000005D700000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
      000000000000000000000000030000808000800000

      The "-----" is where the humidity values would be if I had sensors
      attached.

      The T2 should not report humidity if there is no sensor attached - ie
      just leave it out of the APRS string. The WXINFO command seems to
      understand this.

      BTW - next time can you post the version for the Proto C?

      Thanks - this is soooo much better.

      Mark
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